45. Best of 2020 Interviews (Kylee Ann Mentors Moms): Self-care is not Selfish
⋒ SHOW NOTES: xolaurenpace.com/xoparenting ⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes. Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world. I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.
22. How I keep up with my CRAZY Schedule | A Month the Life of Kylee Ann
Kylee Mentors Moms on All Things Business
APPLY TO MY 1-ON-1 VIP COACHING PROGRAM: kyleeann.com/mentorFIND US HERE:kyleeannphotography.com/podcast instagam.com/kyleeannstudios facebook.com/groups/ourphotogblogGet the show notes to your inbox: bit.ly/KMMpodcastIn the month of October, our team had 105 Sessions and 3 weddings. Out of 105 sessions, I shot 56 of them including 2 being full day sessions, 3 mentor sessions, one speaking engagement out of town and 6 zoom and in-person meetings. I may not shoot all 105, but I do all the booking and emails for our team currently. Meanwhile, I had two new babysitters quit on me and had to rely heavily on my husband, friends and family to get us through.Now you’re probably thinking…goodness did she ever see her family? We also went to the pumpkin patch, the pumpkin walk, the halloween store, the corn maze, went out to eat as a family several times, had three scary movie nights, had pizza at the park, had a birthday party for Piper, had several soccer games and hours of chasing kids to and from school and activities. I binged watched a season and watched several moves, had 3 girls nights and organized all the drawers in my house. Oh, and I got a sinus infection right smack-dab in the middle of the month.I’m not sharing all this to brag or show off. Being busy like this is not my norm, nor do I ever want it to be my norm. I’m sharing because I use to let work run my life. But even in the BUSIEST month of my entire career to date, I have been present for my kids more than ever.Yes, there was still some crying. Yes, there was still overwhelm. Yes, there was definitely some days that were unbalanced.But I had a plan. I set boundaries. And I created a schedule. I know you are BUSY. We are all busy. We all have the same amount of time. We just fill it up differently. But that doesn’t mean we can’t do the things we want to do alongside the things we have to do.These are FOUR THINGS I DO TO KEEP UP WITH MY CRAZY SCHEDULE!Hi, I’m Kylee and I’m a business coach for women! I specialize in helping women make money while still balancing their families. Learn more about my courses and coaching options at http://kyleeann.com/education
You're in college. You're dreaming of doing one thing but your heart is telling you to do something else.. What do you do? Kylee Ann has a great example of things you CAN do, if you follow your heart. Because sometimes the dream you had for yourself isn't the dream that's meant for you. She's built a business and a name for herself in the photography world and she has so many good tips on how to MENTALLY PREPARE if you want to do the same. Check her out @KyleeAnnStudios or kyleeann.com My name is McCall Taylor, I quit my job at a bank to chase my dream of being on the radio. And I have NEVER looked back. The amount of fulfillment I feel EVERY DAY is so unreal. There are so many days we spend wondering if living in misery and anger is the only way to live.. It's not. Please tell me what it is YOU want to do, please DO NOT doubt what you are capable of. Chase your damn dreams. Follow my journey Instagram: @TheMcCallTaylor or @QuitYourDamnJob Twitter: @TheMcCallTaylor TikTok: @TheMcCallTaylor Facebook: @TheMcCallTaylor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Interview with Kylee Ann: Secrets of Going from a One Woman Amateur Show to a Full-blown Business Team.
Interview with Kylee Ann of Kylee Ann StudiosHost: Sarah Allred @sarahgraceliveGuest: Kylee Ann @KyleeAnnStudiosDon't Miss This on YOUTUBE----------------My #1 Best-Selling Course: 45 Days to MORE TIME, MORE MONEY, AND MORE IMPACT.The Funnel Blueprint Challenge:www.sarahgracelive.com/challengeThanks for RATING/REVIEWING/AND SHARING the podcast. I love giving reviewers Target Gift Cards at random!*Look, as an entrepreneur of over a decade, something has haunted me over the past year. I have been a dabbler. A dabbler in my business, and quite possibly in other areas as well - I was searching for a way in which I could do BIG things in the business world - while also honoring the BIG things I love most, like my family, and my faith. So, I was on the hunt. A hunt to find women, who were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who were HITTING it BIG in business/faith/motherhood and more importantly - weren’t dabbling! I wanted to model what these kinds of women were doing to make it BIG in all the areas. I was haunted to see that my list was short. Too short! **I’m on a mission - to bring you WOMEN OF THIS KIND. I’m on a mission to Open our eyes to Women who are SERIOUS about business, and who have learned powerful lessons through both failures and successes. Dive in to a sweet mix of interviews with women who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who are HITTING it BIG in business, faith, and motherhood - as well as solo episodes with me about the business lessons that are transforming my world day by day. *Bonus - expect some some sweet connections between business and Nephi, Esther, and all your other scriptural heroes thrown in the mix. You are loved,Sarah
A Picture Worth Way More than 1000 Words | EP 166: Kylee Maughan, Kylee Ann Photography
Business with Purpose
I love pictures and taking pictures, but I really enjoy being in them if my loved ones are in them with me as well. I take so many pictures with my kids and family because photos capture time, memories, heart, and love. Pictures are powerful. My guest today realized she could use her gift of photography to give back and create memories for people in need. Kylee Maughn is the founder of Kylee Ann Studios and the Kylee Ann Passion Project, photographing people in need, pro bono. I’m so inspired by the work that Kylee does, and I think you will be too. Join me as I learn more about the legacy, impact, and priceless connections she’s making by providing visual memories to people who need them the most! 7:02 - The Kylee 101 Kylee started photography about eight and a half years ago. At that time, it was just a one woman show. Her fiancé (now husband) knew she wanted to become a photographer so one year for Valentine’s day, he sold his Xbox to buy Kylee her first professional camera (Aww)! Initially she just took photos of her family and friends, but gradually people started hiring her. When she had her first child a few years later, she shifted her photography to a full-fledged business, jumping in with both feet. Kylee has come a long way from those humble beginnings. These days she has a full associate team, commercial and branding photography, a marketing assistant, an editor, and more. They shoot 75 weddings a year and Kylee is also a speaker and photography educator hosting online and in-person workshops. As Kylee’s business grew bigger and bigger, she received terrible news that her young cousin had been diagnosed with cancer. Kylee’s family asked her if she would photograph her cousin’s journey as she battled with the illness. The best part of this story is that Kylee had the honor of photographing her cousin ringing the cancer-free bell as she left the hospital after her last treatment. 13:49 – The Best and the Worst Moments Photographing the best and worst moments in people’s lives taught Kylee that there are a lot of reasons people need photographs. Her family would not have had those crucial moments of their lives documented if not for Kylee’s photography. She recognized that her family (and many other families) can’t afford to hire a photographer and don’t necessarily think to capture their own powerful stories. A few months after her cousin was cancer free, a friend’s sister was diagnosed with breast cancer. Kylee felt moved to ask her if she wanted any photos of her journey. Would you believe that this woman had been praying for someone who could take photos of her after her diagnosis? They did a huge fancy photoshoot with a designer gown on the day she shaved off her hair. On a day that is often touted as the most difficult of someone’s cancer journey, this woman told Kylee that she’d never felt more beautiful. That was the beginning of the Kylee Ann Passion Project. 17:37 - Kylee Ann Passion Project You can nominate anyone with a financial or physical need to receive a free photo session with Kylee Ann Studios. She has photographed funerals, miraculous recoveries, and life-changing moments that continue to drive her to pursue her purpose of serving those in need. Sometimes Kylee is taking photos for families that will be their last family photos. Sometimes they are nervous, but often Kylee is often contacted later by families that tell her that they’re so relieved to have them if they ever want to look at them. These photos provide outlets for healing and continue the stories of people families have lost, or the triumph of victory over a difficult path. It’s a vulnerable feeling to walk into the rooms without happy endings. Kylee takes comfort in the fact that the camera can actually connect her to people, even in the worst moments. Kylee’s unique service to offer this kind of help aids in the coping and healing of those grieving. It also helps Kylee cope with being a witness to tough moments. Kylee is always up for a passion project and if someone contacts her, she’ll do it. Her new idea is to focus heavily on one passion project a week for six weeks during the giving and holiday seasons. 31:42 - Getting to Know Our Guest: Find out what trend Kylee’s embracing now that might embarrass her in 10 years, what her “walk up” song would be, her strangest pet peeve, and of course, what it means to her to run a business with purpose. Memorable Quote: “There’s a lot of people out there who are struggling physically, emotionally, and financially, and their stories are really important and should be shared.” Connect with Kylee: https://kyleeannphotography.com/passion-project/ http://instagram.com/kyleeannstudios https://kyleeannphotography.com/ https://www.facebook.com/kyleeannphoto
Episode 86 – How Chuck Norris Hired Me with Kylee Ann Maughan
The WordPress Photography Podcast
In this episode, Scott talks with Kylee Ann about her blogging strategy and how she used it to gain Chuck Norris as a client. We also discuss her move to ShowIt and how she could have avoided it by sticking with WordPress.
Are you struggling to balance your personal life while you hustle in your professional life? In episode 91 of the Bokeh Podcast, Kylee Ann of Kylee Ann Studios provides three steps that will allow you a healthier hustle to create the balance you desire. From adjusting your focus to reflecting on your priorities, Kylee shares personal examples of developing a healthy work-life balance. The Bokeh podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. About Kylee: Kylee is a mom boss building businesses and community from the comfiest spot on her bed. As a photographer, an educator, a mom blogger and community builder, she leads an incredible team of photographers and employees and helps other entrepreneurs create thriving businesses. Her favorite part of the job is taking her children on adventures. Kylee’s Aha Moment: When she realized that just because everyone else was giving up their time didn’t mean she had to, she found the best work/life balance. 3 Steps to Healthy Hustle: 1. Focus of the essential. What brings you joy, profit, and necessity? 2. Have family focused days that don’t include work. 3. Meditate and think about the bigger picture of your life and business Photographers Mentioned in this Episode: Abbey Kyhl Links: The Shift Conference The Untethered Soul - Michael Singer Website: kyleeannphotography.com Instagram: @kyleeannstudios
Are you struggling to balance your personal life while you hustle in your professional life?In episode 91 of the Bokeh Podcast, Kylee Ann of Kylee Ann Studios provides three steps that will allow you a healthier hustle to create the balance you desire. From adjusting your focus to reflecting on your priorities, Kylee shares personal examples of developing a healthy work-life balance.The Bokeh podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.About Kylee: Kylee is a mom boss building businesses and community from the comfiest spot on her bed. As a photographer, an educator, a mom blogger and community builder, she leads an incredible team of photographers and employees and helps other entrepreneurs create thriving businesses. Her favorite part of the job is taking her children on adventures.Kylee’s Aha Moment: When she realized that just because everyone else was giving up their time didn’t mean she had to, she found the best work/life balance.3 Steps to Healthy Hustle:1. Focus of the essential. What brings you joy, profit, and necessity?2. Have family focused days that don’t include work.3. Meditate and think about the bigger picture of your life and businessPhotographers Mentioned in this Episode:Abbey KyhlLinks:The Shift Conference The Untethered Soul - Michael SingerWebsite: kyleeannphotography.comInstagram: @kyleeannstudios See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 25: Kylee Ann Maughan of Kylee Ann Photography
The Women with Fire
Kylee talks about how to balance a business and being a mom.Kylee talks about being patient when starting a business. To know that it's a long process.Kylee talks about using the spirit to help guide you when building a business.Kylee talks about her battle with anxiety, and why she decided to open up about it.Kylee talks about her unique approach to sharing the gosple and using her business to do so.