Elaine’s Kitchen Table Podcast | The Business of Real Life | Lessons for Success in Business and Parenting

Elaine’s Kitchen Table Podcast | The Business of Real Life | Lessons for Success in Business and Parenting

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Are you a busy mom or entrepreneur? Take a deep breath and create a better life for you and your family! Elaine Tan Comeau, founder of Easy Daysies (www.easydaysies.com a favorite winning pitch on Dragons’ Den, Canada’s Shark Tank), mom of 3, wife, foodie, stroke survivor, former school school teacher, author & speaker, and Mompreneur of the Year in Canada, talks to you about Creating Better family, health, mental health, business and self, all straight from the kitchen table – where it started for her and where it can start for you! This season’s guests include Greg McKeown (author of runaway bestseller Essentialism), Erica Ehm (pioneering MuchMusic VJ), Tonia Jahshan (W100 #1 Canadian female entrepreneur), Ann Douglas (CBC Radio parenting expert/columnist), Dr Vanessa Lapointe (registered psychologist and parenting expert), Tara Teng (Miss World 2012), Brian Dixon (author of Start With Your People) and more! I am so happy to have you join me!

Wow wow wow! Let me say that the first book I read while in stroke recovery, and a book that changed my life, is “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by New York Times Best-Selling author, Greg McKeown.

So when Greg agreed to be on the podcast, it was a dream come true for me and my husband Ron, so for the first time Ron sat in on the interview.

I am so proud of so many of the episodes on this podcast, but I believe this one has one of the best chances to change so many lives for the better. It. Is. A. Must. Listen.

From the book jacket of Essentialism:

Have you ever found yourself stretched too thin? Do you sometimes feel overworked and underutilized? Do you feel motion sickness instead of momentum? Does your day sometimes get hijacked by someone else’s agenda? Have you ever said “yes” simply to please and then resented it?

If you answered yes to any of these, the way out is the Way of the Essentialist.

I believe this describes most of the adult population in our society, including probably you and me! But there is a way out from the overwhelm and into meaningful productivity, and it is not as complicated or difficult as you may think.

Please listen to this podcast episode as many times as necessary to start applying the message.

Connect with Greg: www.essentialism.com

Show Notes: https://elaineskitchentable.com/greg

Connect with Elaine:

– Website: https://elaineskitchentable.com
– Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elainetancomeau
– LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elainetancomeau/
– Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElainesKitchenTable
– Twitter:https://twitter.com/chatwithelaine

Elaine’s company Easy Daysies:

– Website: https://www.easydaysies.com/
– Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/easydaysies/
– Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/easydaysies
– Twitter: https://twitter.com/easydaysies
– Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/EasyDaysies/

Get a free chapter from Elaine’s book, Sell Your Passion: https://elaineskitchentable.com/book/

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