Twelve years ago I made the decision to go to work as me. I wanted to combine my background as a trainer with my love of being a mom. At that time mom coaching wasn’t a popular term or buzz word so I had no idea what to call my passion.
My husband said, ” I hope someone pays you to be yourself”.
Can you relate?
Or, maybe you’ve always had a dream of owning you own business, building your own brand, going back to school or finally transitioning to become an at-home-mom. I want you to know that IT IS ABSOLUTELY POSSIBLE! I believe that you can be a great mom and also accomplish your dreams.
Mia Redrick, The Mom Strategist™ mentor, entrepreneur, life-style brand and a best-selling author of Time for Mom-Me:5 Essential Strategies for A Mother’s Self-Care and Time for Mom-Me: 365 Daily Strategies for a Mother’s Self-Care empowers moms to live fully. She believes that you can achieve your goals in motherhood and teaches mothers her strategies and formulas to make it happen.
A segment host for the 2013-2014 season on the Emmy nominated show America Now, Mia is an expert that teaches “How To” strategize the demands of motherhood and still “rock your life”. Additionally, she joined Emmy award winning The New Ricki Lake show to teach America how any family in crisis can apply her strategies to rescue their family and marriage from overwhelm. Mia is a frequent expert of WMAR-2 news for parenting advice. Mia’s goal is to support millions of moms to live fully.
Mia’s advice is frequently featured on The Huffington Post, Dr. Oz’s Sharecare, Dr. Laura just to name a few. Her advice has been featured in Essence, Self and Women’s World magazine. She is the premier thought leader, change agent and sought after speaker, who is shifting, influencing the conversation and relevancy about “happiness in motherhood”. Mia believes that when a mother is happy she adds value to her family, community and her life.
She has been heard on National Public Radio and on Sky Radio reaching both Delta and American Airline reaching millions.
Redrick is a triathlete and the founder of the Iron Moms Triathlon Team. She resides in Baltimore, MD with her husband, three children and her lovable Shih Tzu dog, Mick Ray.