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E99: What Does It Mean To Be A #Mumstyle CEO: Mumstyle Business Podcast

In Mumstyle CEO, podcast by Admin Annelise Worn

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What does it mean to be a mumstyle CEO?

A ‘lifestyle’ CEO conjures up images of laptops on the beach, or by the pool. For most of us though, that’s fun for a week – but not for a year – or forever. 

Especially with families, and other ambitions outside of work and family life. 

So no – lifestyle CEO is not the goal. We’re going after what we want #mumstyle.

Let’s do it! 

Tune into this week’s episode of the podcast.

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If you want to work less and earn more, and are looking for support on your journey from solo to CEO, here are 3 ways to connect:

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3 – Apply to work with me If you’d like to work with me and my team directly, to gain your life back – and go from overworked and underpaid to running a wildly successful service based biz (without the burnout!) –  send me a message . Click here and tell me a bit about you & your business.

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