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#584 Communicating with Authenticity with Christine Michel Carter, The #1 Global Voice for Working Moms

The SiteVisibility Internet Marketing Podcast

In this week's episode, we're joined by Global Marketing Strategist, Christine Michel Carter.Christine is a Senior Contributor to Forbes, author of the books 'Mom AF' and 'Can Mommy Go To Work?', speaker and the #1 Global Voice for Working Moms.In this episode we discuss:How Christine commits to authenticity in her writing and how writers, journalists and marketers can tooUsing feedback from your audience and vulnerability in your writing to improve your communicationThe best way to approach and work with influencersThe current state of authenticity and social mediaExamples of people and brands that do a great job of leading with authenticityReferenced on this episode:[Book] Mom AF by Christine Michel Carter[Book] Not Just Black and White by Dr Anni Reinking[Article] The Complete Guide to Generation Alpha, The Children of Millenials by Christine Michel Carter[YouTube Channel]: Dhar MannGrammarly writing assistantHelp a Reporter OutTrelloCONNECT WITH CHRISTINE:https://christinemichelcarter.com/https://www.facebook.com/christinemichelcarter/https://www.instagram.com/cmichelcarter/https://twitter.com/cmichelcarterhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/cmichelcarter/CONNECT WITH SCOTT:scott.colenutt@sitevisibility.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/scottcolenuttCONNECT WITH SITEVISIBILITY:https://www.sitevisibility.co.uk/https://www.youtube.com/user/SiteVisibilityhttps://twitter.com/sitevisibilityhttps://www.facebook.com/SiteVisibilityhttp://instagram.com/sitevisibilityFor all show ideas, guest recommendations and feedback email See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


14 Jan 2021

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Christine Michel Carter

Modern Housewives Magazine

Join host Shaquita Garcia and guest mom and best selling author, Christine Michel Carter, as they speak about all things motherhood and mompreneurship.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


21 Sep 2020

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The Most Inspiring Single Mom Success Story You'll Hear ALL Day: Meet Christine Michel Carter, The #1 Global Voice for Working Moms

Moms Moving On: Navigating Divorce, Single Motherhood & Co-Parenting.

What happens when a bad marriage is failing and holding you back from your hopes, dreams, and reaching your full potential? You start to drown. But drowning wasn't an option for Christine Michel Carter, who chose to swim - fast and hard. Christine Michel Carter is the epitome of the single mom success story. With two young children in tow, Christine left an unhealthy marriage and stopped at nothing to be the strong, successful, working mom that her children deserved. She's now a 2x author, has been featured in just about every major publication on the internet, runs a successful consulting business - and so much more. Hear how she did it - and her invaluable advice for single moms - in this episode of Moms Moving On with Michelle Dempsey-Multack. Featured in The New York Times and The Washington Post, Christine Michel Carter is the #1 global voice for working moms. She has been called a “working mom who’s changing the world,” “the mom of mom influencers,” a “branding mastermind,” “one of the funniest parents on social media,“ “the exec inspiring millennial moms,” and “the voice of millennial moms” for her above-average social media engagement rates. Christine is also the associate editor for ModernMom and contributes to ForbesWomen as a senior contributor. She has written over 100 articles with 500K+ views for several publications, including TIME and Parents. Christine clarifies misconceptions about working mom consumers for brands and serves as an amplifier of their personal truths. From delivering consumer insights and brand marketing content to helping HR and diversity teams attract and retain these hardworking professionals, Christine works with advertising agencies, research firms and companies to ensure they’re at the forefront of the minds of female consumers. Visit her website here to read her articles, buy her books, check out her merch, and be totally inspired.


6 Aug 2020

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Christine Michel Carter on parenting in the age of COVID

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

You don’t have to be a parent to recognize that parenting during COVID is a struggle. When the coronavirus shut down daycare facilities and schools across the country in March, parents became not only full time caretakers, but also teachers, coaches and playdates for their suddenly isolated kids. And working parents — those lucky enough to be able to keep their jobs or work remotely during the shutdown — have had to also find time in the day to do the job that pays the bills. For single working parents, or black or brown parents, that impossible situation, that non-existent work-life balance, is an even heavier burden to bear. But this isn’t new for Christine Michel Carter. In fact, the marketing strategist, working-mom advocate and best-selling author has been “Chicken Little” for the past five years, running around telling everyone the work-life balance sky was falling. COVID just exacerbated the reality. “The world is exposed to the fact that even in married two-income households — unlike mine — women are three times more likely to be the spouse who carries the additional burden of the mental load of just everything that’s going on,” she says. On this episode of Back to Biz with Katie and Boz, co-host Bozoma Saint John talks with Christine about about how to build a better employer-employee relationship, one that doesn’t compartmentalize mothers and fathers, but allows people to bring their whole selves — kids, school mishaps, doctor appointments, birthday parties and all — to the office (or the zoom meeting). Christine and Boz share their own struggles of being a parent in the corporate world, how communities of color are disproportionately affected, and what that so-called work-life balance could look like on the other side of this pandemic. Check out Christine Michel Carter’s book, “Mom AF.”For more, subscribe to Katie Couric’s morning newsletter, “Wake-Up Call.” Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com


6 Aug 2020

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Ep 262: Recapping Top Tips on Developing Your Professional Life Strategy with Christine Michel Carter

Switch, Pivot or Quit

On this episode of the Switch, Pivot or Quit podcast, host Ahyiana Angel chats with Christine Michel Carter who is a Global Marketing Strategist as well as an expert on all things Millennial moms. Christine is a former full-time entrepreneur who has since transitioned back to the corporate world creating a fulfilling career that serves her lifestyle. In addition, she is a regular contributor to forbes.com and the Huffington Post. In this insightful conversation, you’ll find out what it takes to really qualify as an influencer and what drew Christine to feature content creator Dayna Bolden in her viral Forbes article titled: Millennial Moms: The $2.4 Trillion Social Media Influencer. Christine's website - http://christinemichelcarter.com www.SwitchPivotorQuit.comBusiness, #advice female, #business business business, #coaching business, #crisis professional, #development business, #development career, #development entrepreneurship c, #development switch, #empowerment business, #empowerment mindset quarter, #forbes magazine, #influence, #life, #millennial moms, #millennials, #news branding starting, #personal, #planning tech, #success


23 Jul 2020

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The #1 Voice For Working Moms Christine Michel Carter

My Simplified Life

Mompreneur and Me founder, Forbes Contributor, Author, and the #1 Voice for Working Moms, Christine Michel Carter, is a true pioneer for women in today’s world. Christine is one of the most candid, honest, and refreshing women out there. She’s never afraid to voice her opinion about being a woman, a mom, a working mom, and a Black woman. Nothing is off limits during this chat where we dive deep into the guilt that so often comes with being a working mom. Christine gives incredible advice on how to push past that nagging feeling of guilt and instead embrace all the parts of who we are as women. We also talk about what we can do as women to change the state of the world (hint: we can do a lot because we’re powerful). You are sure to walk away from this episode feeling empowered to take a stand for women and mothers everywhere! What we’re talking about Navigating Motherhood and Work  Pushing Past Working Mom Guilt How to Use Your Voice to Create Change For All Women Navigating Motherhood and Work Christine is a fierce advocate for all working mothers and she’s on a mission to make sure no woman feels alone as she tries to strike the ever elusive balance between motherhood and work. As an author and global marketing strategist who educates brands and HR teams on how to attract and retain millennial moms and Black millennial moms, Christine has experienced firsthand the triumphs and struggles of mothers in corporate America. She shares why it’s important for moms to go to work and she reinforces the fact that it’s ok to not live in perfect harmony all the time.  Pushing Past Working Mom Guilt Pretty much every working mom is familiar with that pang of guilt that makes her question her decision to work outside the home. Christine cuts straight to the point when she shares how to deal with this troubling emotion: acknowledge the guilt, accept it, and move on. She also educates the public that working moms are GOOD moms. She is a living example of how a woman can be both a wonderful mother and super successful executive - and she’s oh so generous with her advice, insights, and expertise.  How to Use Your Voice to Create Change for All Women Women have an important role to play in creating a more just and equitable society, and Christine certainly isn’t sitting this one out. She has used her voice to advocate for racial justice, fair maternity leave, and equal representation in the workplace. Christine is asking all of us to do the same and she’s putting pressure on the men to join women in the fight for equality. Christine leads by example and she is a constant source of inspiration for women to make their voices heard and to stand up for what’s right. How are you going to advocate for women and mothers in today’s world? LINKS MENTIONED Mompreneur and Me https://mompreneurandme.com/ Can Mommy Go to Work? by Christine Michel Carter https://amzn.to/2YEs0Pb Mom AF by Christine Michel Carter https://amzn.to/3dIfUca Christine Michel Carter’s Website https://christinemichelcarter.com/ The Mom Project https://themomproject.com/ The Maternal Care Act https://www.harris.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Maternal%20CARE%20Act%20of%202019%20background.pdf Christine Michel Carter’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cmichelcarter/ Christine Michel Carter’s Twitter https://twitter.com/cmichelcarter Christine Michel Carter’s Facebook https://www.facebook.com/christinemichelcarter/ Christine Michel Carter’s LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/cmichelcarter/


30 Jun 2020

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How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome & Burnout with Christine Michel Carter

Smart Money Mamas Show

#042: In today’s episode, I’m talking to Christine Michel Carter, a global voice for working moms, a writer, speaker, marketing strategist, and creator of Mompreneur and Me. Christine shares her perspective on a few important issues all working moms face—the illusive question of balance, handling impostor syndrome, and avoiding that dreaded burnout. Whether you’re wearing many hats like Christine or just trying to get a handle on your career while parenting, I think we all struggle with burnout, and today’s episode will help you avoid just that.  (09:04) How to overcome the barrier of reaching out and asking for help when you really need it  (14:51) How to overcome anxiety and impostor syndrome to feel more comfortable when public speaking or putting yourself out there  (17:13) What summit syndrome is and how it ties to perfectionism  (27:17) Christine explains what Momprenuer and Me is and how it works  (40:32) The benefits of women having their own businesses and how to network with others to improve your confidence and overcome impostor syndrome  (49:17) Chelsea’s Top Takeaways  Looking for more information, mama? Visit the show notes at https://www.smartmoneymamas.com/christine Free 200+ Home Business Ideas: https://smartmoneymamas.com/home-biz-ideas/ 


18 Jun 2020

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Redefine what truly matters with Christine Michel Carter | EP. 229

Brain Boom with Matt West

In episode 229 Christine Michel Carter shares the importance of redefining what truly matters.  Tune in to hear the tips you will learn to apply to your life and business on your mindful journey. Want to learn more just go to the site www.iammattwest.com Leave some feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a rate, review, or leave a comment. Connect with me: Youtube: www.youtube.com/iammattwest  Instagram: instagram.com/iammattwest/  Twitter: twitter.com/iam_mattwest 


19 May 2020

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Inspiring and Empowering Millennial Moms with Christine Michel Carter, Author and Entrepreneur

Mother Honestly Podcast

Featured in The New York Times, Christine Michel Carter is the #1 global voice for working moms. Called “the mom of mom influencers,” "the exec inspiring millennial moms," and "the voice of millennial moms", Christine clarifies misconceptions about working mom consumers for brands and serves as an amplifier of their personal truths. From delivering consumer insights and brand marketing content to helping HR and diversity teams attract and retain these hardworking professionals, Christine works with advertising agencies, research firms and companies to ensure they’re at the forefront of the minds of female consumers.  Because of her digital presence and work with mom influencers, Christine has supported Senator Kamala Harris, the Department of Labor and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on maternal and child care related issues. The creator of Mompreneur and Me, Christine has introduced the first national free mommy and me professional development networking event that has garnered the attention of Adweek and Entrepreneur as well as global brands like McDonald’s and Tessemae’s.  Christine joins Kristen Hall, COO of Mother Honestly, on the podcast to discuss her new book, MOM AF, a sister book to her first book, Can Mommy Go to Work?, which is a bestselling children’s book. They discuss more about parenting and parenting during COVID19. Be sure to pick up your own copies of MOM AF and Can Mommy Go to Work? As well as following Christine @cmichelcarter and on her website https://christinemichelcarter.com/ The Mother Honestly Podcast is sponsored by Motor City Woman Studios. 


12 May 2020

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Christine Michel Carter

Momma Stories

Are you even ready for this weeks episode?! This week on @themommastories podcast you will meet Christine. Christine is a mom of two and author, on a mission to help change the views of a working mom. Her journey has led her to write a children’s book about working moms called "Can Mommy Go To Work?" and a book called "Mom AF"about her life as a single mom entrepreneur. During this episode we talk about stay at home moms and working moms, the house works gap that need to be addressed and about how you can do it all but you might still want to cry sometimes. There is a reason why Christine is called “the #1 global voice of working moms”. Please enjoy this weeks episode. To find out more about Christine please visit - https://christinemichelcarter.com/ Mom AF - https://christinemichelcarter.com/mom-af/ Can Mommy Go To Work? -  https://christinemichelcarter.com/%e2%9c%8d-can-mommy-go-to-work%e2%9c%8d/ Mompreneur and Me: https://mompreneurandme.com/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Any questions or feedback, please email info@mommastories.com or visit www.mommastories.com Please be sure you are following @themommastories Also please visit www.mommafund.org to learn about a non-profit helping moms in need


17 Mar 2020