I was elated to sit down and talk with Boss Mom, Dana Malstaff recently. Dana has built a successful business around mothers as entrepreneurs. She teaches moms how to nurture a business while nurturing their families.This vibrant solo mom has created an active Facebook group over 55k+ members, mostly mompreneurs during the past 6 years. Some TakeawaysWhen you're a solo mom the kids are a part of the teamDon't disrespect your co-parent in front of the kidsKids don’t have as many choices as their parentsWhat you choose to do now as co-parents will dictate how they act laterSuccess Tip:1 minute anchors (19.30)“I wanna live in a world that hitting the snooze button is celebrated” ~ Dana MalstaffConnect with Dana at Boss-Mom.com or @boss-mom on FBGrab your free copy of The Solo Mom Manifesto here.Connect with SoloMoms! Talk: www.solomoms-talk.comIntro song from the single, "Desperate" by Damien EllisonThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
046 | Boss Mom Founder on How to Deal with Overwhelm | Interview with Dana Malstaff
Hey there, Warriors! Welcome back to another episode of the Suburban Warrior podcast. In today’s episode we are going to dive deep into the age-old question, can women have it all? Can we be both good moms and build a business? Can we work outside of the home and not feel guilty about it all the time? In this episode, I am speaking with the Boss Mom herself, Dana Malstaff.Dana Malstaff is the Founder of Boss Mom and the creator of the Nurture to Convert Society. She is a mother, author, podcaster, content strategist, template architect, blind spot reducer, engagement facilitator, and movement maker. She helps moms with beautifully unpredictable schedules grow successful and sustainable businesses that don't take up all their time and keep working even when they have to step away to be a mom (or any other important role).Follow Dana on social media and visit her website www.boss-mom.com for info on the update to Dana’s book “Climb Your Own Ladder: Become the CEO of Your Own Business”, coming out Labor Day 2021. You can also find her first book “Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business & Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro” on Amazon.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danamalstaff/ Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BossMomGroup As always, let us know what you thought of this episode! Don’t forget to follow, rate, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. We’d love for you to also drop us a comment on Instagram @_suburban_warrior and join our Suburban Warrior FB Group to be a part of our Warrior Community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/suburbanwarriorlife/Also, check out the Suburban Warrior Apparel Co. to get your SW Merch! Visit http://www.suburbanwarriorlife.com/ Warrior Up and Believe in You!XOCrissywww.crissypyfer.com
#178 Creating a Refreshing Business with Dana Malstaff
The Refreshed Moms Podcast
So, here's the scoop on Dana and me.We're two business-y, mom leader gals who've become good friends.But when we get together, it's hard for us to talk straight up business.Instead, we end up talking about some of the intangibles of being a mom entrepreneur (and sometimes that means we're riffing on exploding boob growth).We can teach marketing.We can talk $ scaling (like my jargon-y word there?).We can go blue in the face on creating simple evergreen funnels that convert.But, we both know it doesn't mean a hill of beans if you're not enjoying your work, not making room for rest, and end up burnt out as a result of it.So, in this episode, Dana Malstaff, CEO of Boss-Mom™ is sharing what building a refreshing business actually means to her. And, it may not be what you think.What you'll hear: How prayer helped Dana through her divorce.How small 1-minute anchors throughout her day helped her transition into her new parenting season as a single mom.The hardest part of her balancing act of business and kids.And we get into a discussion on how we give ourselves permission to show up fully as we are in our work. CONNECT WITH DANA (my affiliate links)Download Dana's FREE 30-minute Perfect Opt-in Training by clicking my link below:deannamason.com/perfectoptinWork with Dana and me in the Nurture to Convert Societydeannamason.com/ntcs*************************************Register for the next Refreshed Moms Spiritual Rest Mini-Sabbatical The #1 virtual experience designed to help mom leaders enjoy rest away from work and kids in order to reconnect with God and renew themselves spiritually. deannamason.com/spiritualrest FREE Mini-Course - Making a Rest Plan You can turn business burnout around, and it begins with knowing how to rest. This mini-course includes very short video lessons on the 7 ways to rest, my Rest Needs Quiz, and the Graceful Transitions Meditation for Moms. Enroll at deannamason.com/makearestplan Work with me in the Nurture to Convert Society When creating your refreshed mom lifestyle, generating consistent income that feels absolutely rewarding contributes to your rest. Work with me and my good friend Dana Malstaff of Boss Mom™ in the Nurture to Convert Society, the only proven business building membership designed for mom entrepreneurs to help you make a full-time income in 15 hours a week - and you can get started for just $47. Learn more by going to deannamason.com/ntcs (*affiliate) Join my Facebook Community, Spiritual Rest with Refreshed Moms Come nurture your faith with me as we share around scripture, come together in small group discussions, and co-work together as we make room for focused productivity. deannamason.com/refreshedmomsgroup Download the Refreshed Moms App - #1 Spiritual Rest App for Mom Entrepreneurs. Download on iOS or Androiddeannamason.com/refreshed-moms-app/Instagram: @refreshedmoms
For today’s edition of the Podcast I am joined by Dana MalstaffToday’s topic will take a dive into the impact that a working mum’s confidence can have on her daughters confidence developmentWe sat down to gain deeper insights into:Women’s personal journeys and confidence blocksWhat impact can a mother’s confidence in herself have on her daughters confidenceReflections on Dana’s personal experiences with her young daughters confidenceAdvice for mum’s with daughters moving into the confidence rattling space of running a businessAnd finally, the importance of proactive confidence development in young girlsSo listen in on this not to be missed episode that covers confidence development and parenting young teen girls as a working mum. It’s a perfect time to reflect on the confidence blocks that enable you to create and sustain a successful work, family and personal life.If you are a mum who has a business, or are wanting to connect with a community of mums in business, come and join Dana at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BossMomGroupDana also has a free 90 Day Email Nurture System Guide, which can be downloaded here: https://boss-mom.com/90free/About Dana Malstaff:CEO and founder of Boss Mom, she is a mother of 2, author, speaker, business strategist, podcaster, blindspot reducer, and movement maker.She launched the Boss Mom brand with her first book, Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business and Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro, and quickly grew to a 6-figure business within a year.Now she’s got over 20,000 students in various courses, almost 60,000 Boss Moms in her FB group of the same name, and helps woman all over the world raise their businesses and babies at the same time.She believes that pursuing our passions and building our dreams while including our children in the process is the best way to build thriving businesses and families.
How to Create Community and Engagement in your Facebook group with Dana Malstaff
All The Write Marketing
Episode #10 Name of Episode: How to Create Community and Engagement in your Facebook group or How to Create a Thriving Facebook Group Subscribe: iTunes I Spotify I Google Play Music --------------------------- This week CEO and Founder of Cardinal Rule Press interviewed Dana Malstaff from Boss Moms on All the Write Marketing. Join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market books in today’s industry. In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Dana Malstaff, founder and CEO of Boss Moms on how to build an engaged and thriving Facebook community. Dana started her business back in 2015. As a mom and entrepreneur she noticed a need for a space where other moms like her could gather and have a sense of community, and so the Boss Mom movement was born. Dana grew her business and Facebook community to over 55,000 members organically and have about 1,000 new members each month. Through Dana’s very specific way of creating engagement in her Facebook community she has created an ecosystem where her community although not huge in numbers has very high engagement and provides a ton of value to its members. Dana dives into what kind of posts give you the most engagement and what posts to avoid. She also gives you some tips on how to monetize your group and how adding value gets you results! In this episode, you will learn: What posts create the most engagement What posts to avoid How to monetize your Facebook group How to utilize units in your Facebook group To learn more and connect with Dana Malstaff of Boss Moms go to Facebook group: www.boss-mom.com/facebook Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BossMomDana/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DanaMalstaff Resources: Try Dana’s Facebook course here Start and Grow Your Facebook Group Course for just $47 If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.
Handling Divorce Like a Boss, with Boss Mom Community Founder Dana Malstaff
Moms Moving On: Navigating Divorce, Single Motherhood & Co-Parenting.
She founded the wildly popular Boss Mom community. Her business continues to thrive and grow and affect the lives of thousands of women. Somewhere in there, she got divorced - but that didn't throw her off course - it simply changed her and fueled her fire even more. Dana Malstaff is a boss in every sense of the word, and in this episode, she's sharing with us how she has handled her recent divorce and continued on thriving, despite the transition into a whole new life with two children in tow. Dana Malstaff is the founder and CEO of Boss Mom, a community of passionate moms and entrepreneurs. Dana is a mother but also a brand and content strategist, podcaster, author, speaker and coach. Learn more about this amazing woman, here.
How Dana Malstaff organically grew her Facebook community into a movement
Thinking Big Podcast
Sean welcomes Dana Malstaff to the Thinking Big podcast. Dana is the founder of the Boss Mom movement, which includes her Facebook community, courses, a YouTube channel, and the chart-topping podcast “The Boss Mom Podcast”. Her book, Boss Mom, was published in 2015 and kicked off her business and the Boss Mom movement. Dana has been featured in Fast Company, Amy Porterfield’s podcast, Goal Digger podcast, and more. One of my biggest takeaways from this episode is how she organically grew her Facebook community to over 50k, and why she runs it the way she does. Her methods are pretty genius. Today, we are thinking big about our communities, and how we show up. In this episode, you’ll also hear: The story behind how Boss Mom began. How Dana found her tribe to support her while she started her business. Why women have different motivations for starting a business than men. What feeling valued can do for your business. Dana’s email system and why every part of that ecosystem is important to your community. A breakdown of her Facebook community and how it grew organically. What Dana doesn’t allow in her Facebook community and why. Why she encourages questions and how those questions can spin into marketing and ideal clients. Dana’s affinity for systems and how they help increase productivity and flexibility. How breaking down an expert system so that people can easily understand it leads to success. Why familiarity is optimal in most cases. Novelty is less sought after. Asking questions is growing, and no one is perfect the way they are. Dana sees perfection as a moving goal, and being messy should be the goal. About the Nurture to Convert YouTube channel Dana just launched. Connect with Dana Malstaff https://boss-mom.com/ https://nurturetoconvert.com/ https://boss-mom.com/itunes https://www.instagram.com/danamalstaff/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/BossMomGroup https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeTjINhAn35dIsEAsapkuLw Connect with Sean Osborn here: https://thinkingbig.info/ https://www.instagram.com/thinkingbigcoaching/ https://www.facebook.com/thinkingbigcoaching/ Leaders are Readers, here are some free books for you to get. Free copy of Think and Grow Rich http://bit.ly/free-think-and-grow-rich-ebook The 14-day Think and Grow Rich Challenge https://bit.ly/tagrchallenge Free Audibles book http://bit.ly/thinkingbigaudible Thank You for listening! It means a lot to me and to the guests. If you enjoyed listening then please do take a second to rate the show on iTunes. Every podcaster will tell you that iTunes reviews drive listeners to our shows so please let me know what you thought and make sure you subscribe using your favorite player using the links below.
Episode 70 - Dana Malstaff Boss Mom Talks With Amanda Jane Clarkson - Editor Millionairess Magazine
A Conversation with Dana Malstaff and Amanda Jane Clarkson - Raising a Business and Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro On today’s uplifting podcast, I share an inspiring conversation with Dana Malstaff who has mastered coexisting her business and family life. Dana is the CEO and founder of Boss Mom, she is a mother, author, speaker, business strategist, podcaster, blindspot reducer, and movement maker. She launched the Boss Mom brand with her first book, Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business and Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro, and quickly grew to a 6-figure business within a year. Now, she has thousands of students in various courses and helps women all over the world raise their businesses and babies at the same time. She believes that pursuing our passions and building our dreams, while including our children in the process, is the best way to build thriving businesses and families, and ultimately we need to show our children that what we love can be financially viable. You will love hearing Dana’s story where it all started. After leaving her job, starting a business and finding out she was pregnant... the adventure began. Dana knew she didn’t want to be a stay at home mum and expressed how important it was for her to build a business and make money at the same time as nurturing her family. Dana believes you can have it all. You don’t have to pick between being a Mum and having a business. Women have big beautiful brains - you can do it all. Family and business priorities can all coexist. I believe in intentional coexisting, not balance. You can do whatever you want. There’s so much opportunity. I asked Dana to share how she deals with feelings of guilt as a mum and entrepreneur. “I’m confident in my decisions. If I’m not confident, I always ask why am I feeling guilty? Where is the tension? What are my choices?” she says. “Be conscious about the choices you are making. Guilt is just a byproduct of not making decisions. There is always a choice and you can work through it”. We discuss the importance in finding a safe space to be surrounded by people that understand and get you. “That’s why she created Boss Mum. Only ask the right people the right questions. Surround yourselves with people that think you are brave, not crazy. If they think you’re crazy, then they’re not the right people to ask for advice. We all have our groups”. Dana also shares some great tips on failure and what to do during the tough times. Your failures are not unique. If you have a fear, you won't want to miss hearing about “Calling the elephant in the room” and what it can possibly do for you. Hear how Dana is aiming to help women every single morning feel valued and loved. It’s a podcast you’ll love from several different areas of life. Lastly, to find out more about my ‘Millionairess Business & Financial Independence course for entrepreneurial women’, my new book in paperback, audio, journals, diaries and wonderful stories of other women, I mentor head to… www.MillionairessMagazine.com And until next time... Be Bold, Be Courageous, Be Fabulous With Love & Gratitude Amanda Jane 😘💝 Editor-In-Chief Millionairess Magazine Best selling Author, Inspirational Speaker, Entrepreneur, Trained Demartini Method Facilitator, and World leading Financial Independence & Business Success Coach, for women who’d love to release their inner ‘Millionairess’
Grow Your Facebook Group with Dana Malstaff | Ep. 131
Brands On Brands | Personal Branding & Podcasting
Discover why leading a community is so important with Dana Malstaff of Boss Mom, a 50,000+ person Facebook group. Building a community around your business is important not only for revenue but also for your entrepreneurial soul! How do you build a Facebook group that is alive and being nurtured, where the community is leading the conversation and is active in a good way? If you're building your first community, how do you get started and where do you find people to join your Facebook group? What do you post to keep people engaged? That's what we talk about today. HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE EPISODE: Why building a Facebook group is effective The challenges of groups and community How to set intentions for the community Steps to create your Facebook group Best practices for opt-ins QUOTES: "It does take a little bit more mental strength, I think, to be a leader, but I would challenge anybody who wants to be the CEO of a company should try to be able to run a community." "A community is a way to help us create a business that loves us back and makes us feel all valuable. I think we should not discount how much of our emotions and our brain drives our ability to be productive." "There is always opportunity for failure and disruption. If we see those as opportunities, then growing a community and growing your business will always feel fruitful because it's like a growing pain that helps you get better and helps you get taller, proverbial, taller, you know?" "I don't care if you have two thousand or a hundred thousand people on your list. If the two thousand people are the right people, it's always better than a hundred thousand right now." GUEST LINKS Dana's website: boss-mom.com Facebook group: BossMomDana MORE ADVICE AND INTERVIEWS If you’d like my full plan for how to build your content marketing strategy, check out my free Content Marketing Starter Guide. And here are some more of my most popular thought leader interviews! What Business to Start with John Lee Dumas Personal Branding Masterclass with Chris Ducker Built to Serve with Evan Carmichael Don’t want to miss the next thought leader interview? Subscribe to the free B-team Insider Newsletter! And don’t forget to leave a rating and review on iTunes. Talk soon!
17: Getting What You Want From Life with Boss Mom Dana Malstaff
Free Mama Radio
When is the last time you thought about what it is you REALLY want from life? Today we're learning from the original Boss Mom herself, Dana Malstaff. She’s sharing with us her filter on how she makes decisions and the same technique she teaches to all of her coaching students. Plus, you are going to hear me give Dana my very own secret confession. Dana Malstaff is the CEO and Founder of Boss Mom. She launched the Boss Mom brand with her first book Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business & Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro in 2015 and that started an international movement. The Boss Mom’s Facebook community has organically grown to over 50,000 members and there are now Boss Mom local meetups in over 80 cities. Dana believes that we need to show our children that doing what we love can be financially viable-- and you know I love this too! We’re diving into all kinds of things that can hold you back from getting what you really want from life, including saying yes to too much, comparing yourself to others, and the fear of failure. I have experienced all of these myself and I want to help you avoid making the same mistakes I did! Dana shares SO much great advice in this episode, this is going to be one you won’t want to miss! Don’t forget to join The Free Mama Movement community on Facebook and follow me on Instagram! Show notes available at www.thefreemama.com/17