Child Care Marketing Solutions

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Child Care Rockstar Radio

This particular blog post is an important beginning for me and Child Care Marketing Solutions.  It’s a milestone!  The very first episode of my brand new podcast called Child Care Rockstar Radio is now available.  I’m THRILLED that this podcast is finally launched and ready for you to listen to. I'm confident that the intimate Read the full article...

You’re in the TRUST Business

You may think you’re in the business of child care or early learning.  And while that’s technically true, there’s a much more important element that drives the success of your business, more than anything else.  It’s the element of TRUST. Think about it from the parent’s perspective.  In order for them to enroll their child Read the full article...

What’s Funny About this?

How do you deal with stressful times?  Do you freak out, yell, pout, hide, break out the bottle of wine…or all the above?  Well today’s blog video is not only going to make you laugh, it’s a fabulous reminder of why we should take ourselves much LESS seriously in life. After all, we’re in the Read the full article...

2 Best Practices for Drop-In Programs

Running Drop-in Programs can pose a completely different set of challenges from that of a regular program.  During this week’s, Child Care Success Academy Gold coaching call, our member Shana brought this exact challenge to the call.  We often get our BEST questions during these calls! Shana runs a 24/7 Child Care program which is Read the full article...

3 Top Qualities Winners Possess

We just wrapped up an amazing FIVE days of  Child Care Success Academy meetings last week. I always leave these meetings exhausted and awestruck. The amount of sharing and learning going on in the room is inspiring. One of my favorite parts of these meetings is watching everyone share with and learn from each other. Read the full article...

5 Things I wish I’d known… Going from a HOME based Child Care to a CENTER based program

I spent 2 years doing research, writing my business plan, gathering materials and scouting locations before I opened my commercial center. I thought I was prepared. Experience proved I wasn’t even close. I’ve worked in child care my whole life. I have worked in many different settings – home based, private nanny, foster care, preschool Read the full article...

Secrets of a Successful Team

Many child care leaders really struggle with keeping their staff motivated and positive.  This is probably the number one issue we hear from our members and clients, month after month.  So in today’s blog, I wanted to share with you my number one strategy for keeping my team of six employees positive and self-motivated. It Read the full article...