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Jessica Rolph

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79: Enjoy the Moment. With Jessica Rolph

The Art of Parenting

Do you want to know what is the best toy for your child’s development? Listen in to find your answers. I found a kindred spirit to talk to about the importance of the early years for our children’s brain development. Listen in as Jessica shares how we can nurture our children’s immense potential. What We Talked About: Knowing what children need as their brains develop Making Montessori concepts available to everyone Whether or not screen time has any benefits for young children How grandparents and other family members can interact  The importance of serve and return communication when it comes to language development Things to Remember: “There’s no better tool for mindfulness than parenting.” “The child is guiding us, showing us what they’re hungry to learn.” “Be confident that you’re making the right choices with your parenting.” “Play and learning can be such a place of joy.” “Invest in those early years, it will pay off.” - Jessica Rolph “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” - Fred Rogers “We must help the child to act for himself, will for himself, think for himself; this is the art of those who aspire to serve the spirit.” - Dr. Maria Montessori “The word education must not be understood in the sense of teaching but of assisting the psychological development of the child.” - Dr. Maria Montessori Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor

30mins

1 Dec 2022

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How To Balance Work, Play, And The Planet: Jessica Rolph, Co-founder & CEO of Lovevery

Lead With We

Jessica Rolph is the co-founder and CEO of Lovevery, a company best known for its award-winning subscription play kits, designed by child development experts and distilled to their purest purpose to be exactly what children need at each stage of life. In this episode, she shares how to design, launch, and scale a high growth and high impact business that combines the best interest of its customers, the greatest potential for profit, and the deepest commitment to the planet and our future while also balancing a happy family life.Lead With We is produced by Goal 17 Media.Jessica RolphJessica Rolph is co-founder and CEO of Lovevery, a stage-based early learning program best known for its award-winning subscription Play Kits. Prior to Lovevery, Jessica was the Cofounder and COO of Happy Family, helping to launch, build and lead Happy Family to its position as a top organic baby and toddler brand in the U.S. Jessica also co-founded the Climate Collaborative, a non-profit organization helping companies in the natural products industry take meaningful steps to reverse climate change. Jessica and her husband, Decker, live in Boise, Idaho with their three children.ResourcesLearn more about Lovevery at https://lovevery.comConnect with Jessica on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-rolph-4b86baVisit LeadWithWe.com to learn more about Simon's new book or search for "Lead With We" on Amazon, Google Books, or Barnes & Noble.

44mins

23 Aug 2022

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How to Free Yourself From Self-Doubt & Perfectionism with Jessica Rolph, Co-Founder of Lovevery

Behind Her Empire

Jessica Rolph is the co-founder and CEO of Lovevery, a company that offers products and information which help create developmental experiences in the lives of new babies and families.Jessica is passionate about giving babies the best and healthiest beginning in life. She was a founding partner in her first business, Happy Family, which she helped grow into being one of the top organic baby food companies - which eventually sold to Group Danone. Although she was confident that she was giving her babies the best nutrition, she started to become curious about what each of her three children’s brains was craving.After reading a doctoral thesis on child development, and years of her learning with her own children, Jessica decided to start her second baby company - but this time focused on brain development. Today, Lovevery has over 220,000 active subscribers to their flagship Play Kits program and has shipped well over 1 million Play Kits in the past 12 months, and continues to grow more than 100% year over year.In our interview together, Jessica opens up about how she never thought of herself as an “idea person” when it came to starting a business nor did she think she’d ever be a founder. She shares her journey on how she found purpose in life and landed on creating mission-driven companies with no prior "entrepreneurial" experience. We also talk about her biggest mistakes & lessons she made from her first business and a step-by-step approach to how you should think about fundraising, bringing on co-founders, creating product-market-fit, and so much more.Follow Lovevery:* Website: https://lovevery.com/* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovevery/This episode is brought to you by beeya: * Learn more about beeya's seed cycling bundle at https://beeyawellness.com/free to find out how to tackle hormonal imbalances. * Get $10 off your order by using promo code BEHINDHEREMPIRE10Follow Yasmin:* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yasminknouri/* Stay updated & subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.behindherempire.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr

6 Jun 2022

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Bonus Episode: When It Comes to Playtime, Less is More with Jessica Rolph [Lovevery]

Minimalist Moms Podcast

Join me today for a special bonus episode with co-founder of Lovevery, Jessica Rolph. Jessica discusses why less is more when it comes to playtime: how she has cultivated independent play with her own children, hurdles we may face when encouraging our own children and more...----Show Notes for Bonus Episode: When It Comes to Playtime, Less is MoreEnjoy this Podcast?Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With SimplicityQuestions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher.Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.If you enjoyed today’s episode of the Minimalist Moms Podcast, then hit subscribe and share it with your friends!---------------------------------Episode Sponsored By:Stitch Fix | Try today at StitchFix.com/minimalist and you’ll get 25% off when you keep everything in your Kids Fix.Family Sounds | Visit https://www.family-sounds.com/minimalist - your memories in a podcast!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/minimalist-moms-podcast2093/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

21mins

8 Mar 2022

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Coaching for Social Entrepreneurs, with Multi-Time Founder, Jessica Rolph

All You Need Is A Plan

In this episode, we are joined by visionary entrepreneur and a)plan supporter, Jessica Rolph. Jessica is the co-founder of Happy Family, a mom-founded and parent-operated organic baby food company that sold to Group Danone in 2013. Turning her attention from nutrition to brain development, Jessica then co-founded Lovevery, a company focused on creating developmental experiences in the lives of new babies and families. Now with 160 employees, Lovevery helps parents feel confident that they are creating the perfect developmental environment for their little ones. The common thread with Jessica’s work is that she’s a changemaker to the core. In discussing her social entrepreneurship journey, Jessica shares how the fast pace of a startup environment can rapidly create social change. Under the umbrella of foundership, we also discuss how to allow employees to be themselves, trusting them to do great work, listening to all perspectives, and choosing curiosity over judgement when things aren’t going well. At the center of these values, a)plan coaching proudly serves as a supporting resource for Jessica and others at Lovevery.

24mins

22 Sep 2021

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How to Discover Our Purpose | Jessica Rolph

Paid Vocation with Lupe Prado

Episode #43: This week on the podcast I am thrilled to share this conversation with Jessica Rolph. Jessica is the co-founder and CEO of Lovevery. Lovevery is a company that offers play kits to help create developmental experiences in the lives of new babies and families.  Prior to Lovevery, Jessica was the founding Partner and COO of Happy Family, helping to launch, build and lead Happy Family to its position as a top organic baby and toddler brand in the US. Happy Family was acquired by Group Danone in 2013. Jessica also co-founded the Climate Collaborative, a non-profit organization helping companies in the natural products industry take meaningful steps to reverse climate change. She is an Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow and was awarded the Park Leadership Fellowship, graduating from Cornell’s Johnson School in 2004. Jessica also holds a BA from Cornell University. Jessica and her husband, Decker, live in Boise, Idaho, and are parents to three beautiful kids.  In this conversation, we talk about her journey to finding work that makes a positive impact, what she recommends for people who are looking to find a sense of purpose in their work, and how she handles running a company and time with family and friends.  Can’t wait for you to listen! Connect with Jessica: Website Facebook Instagram Connect with Lupe: Website Instagram

19mins

12 Aug 2021

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Using Play To Connect With Your Child with Lovevery co-founder Jessica Rolph

Not Your Mother's Podcast with Sonnet and Veronica

Using play to connect. In this episode, Lovevery Co-Founder Jessica Rolph talks about connecting to our children through play and supporting their learning by being present and connected.

29mins

3 Aug 2021

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164 Jessica Rolph: Co-Founder & CEO of Lovevery and Co-Founder of Happy Family

The Kara Goldin Show

“The best advice that I've heard that I would continue to stand behind is just obsession with your customer.” What an exciting episode, jam-packed with so much! Meet Jessica Rolph, the serial entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Happy Family and now Co-Founder and CEO of Lovevery, a direct-to-consumer brand that creates play kits that kids really learn from. We talk about the valuable lessons from her entrepreneurial journey and her passion for making toys a learning experience. Jessica is really such an amazing person and this episode is 🔥 Listen now on #TheKaraGoldinShow Show notes at https://karagoldin.com/podcasts/164 Enjoying this episode of #TheKaraGoldinShow? Let Kara know by clicking on the link below and sending her a quick shout-out on social! Follow Kara on IG: https://www.instagram.com/karagoldin/ Follow Kara on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karagoldin Follow Kara on Twitter: https://twitter.com/karagoldin Follow Kara on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KaraGoldin/ Mentioned in the Episode: Lovevery Website: https://lovevery.com/pages/about-us Lovevery Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovevery/ Facebook Lovevery: https://www.facebook.com/Lovevery/ Happy Family Organics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/happyfamilyorganics/ Jessica Rolph LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-rolph Jessica Rolph Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessica.c.rolph Jessica Rolph Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicarolph/ Jessica Rolph Twitter: https://twitter.com/rolphjessica

39mins

30 Jun 2021

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Episode 284: Introducing Your Baby to Real World Concepts with Jessica Rolph, Co-founder of Lovevery

Super Mamás

Summer is here and we ready to play! We interview Jessica Rolph, cofounder & CEO of Lovevery, a stage-based play product company. Jessica first began her entrepreneurial journey with her company, Happy Family, before moving over to the play space & Lovevery, where she has continued to expand her love of child development. We talk about the power of observing your baby trying to understand the world & she also shares her favorite lessons for future entrepreneurs. For full notes, visit http://supermamas.com Like us on https://www.facebook.com/supermamaspodcast/ Double tap on https://www.instagram.com/_supermamas/ 

52mins

22 Jun 2021

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In Conversation With Jessica Rolph, Co-founder & CEO of Lovevery | Achieving Hyper-Growth Outside Tech

Soaked by Slush Podcast

Why do some founders succeed again and again? Jessica Rolph co-founded and successfully sold Happy Family to Danone. Now, in just three years, her new company, Lovevery, is growing twice as fast as Happy Family. In this heart to heart episode Jessica shares her views on everything from entrepreneurship to leadership, raising capital and managing her work-life balance. Expect to learn: How Lovevery has managed to go from zero to tens of millions in revenue and exponential growth in just a few years.How much Jessica’s serial entrepreneur background has helped her with Lovevery?Jessica’s views on raising capitalHow Jessica views entrepreneurial leadership and what her leadership style isHow Jessica views perfection and combining entrepreneurship with family life How much Jessica’s MBA helped her as a founderHave a listen, subscribe, rate, hate – whatever you feel like, mate. New episodes with the most interesting people in the world, every Thursday!Episodes also available on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCESKqOrSvsY6J2rEUCrHu6wCheck Soaked by Slush out at:Twitter: https://twitter.com/soakedbyslush/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soakedslush/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soakedbyslush/Soaked by Slush website: https://www.slush.org/soaked/Slush website: https://www.slush.orgShoot us a message or feedback: soaked@slush.org

59mins

26 Nov 2020

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