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The Possibility Mom - How to be a Great Mom and Pursue Your Dreams at the Same Time - cover

The Possibility Mom - How to be a Great Mom and Pursue Your Dreams at the Same Time

Lisa Canning

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

Includes tried and tested strategies from a working mom of six
Features strategies for busy moms to thrive, instead of survive
Helps women feel more confident and clear about their life direction  
Presents strategies for overcoming mom guilt and helping moms get more done in less time
Serves as a handbook for moms who want to succeed at work AND at home 
Encapsulates the essential guide for modern moms who want to “do it all”
Provides the roadmap for mothers who want to “lean in” 
Teaches clear, actionable steps for moms who want to accomplish their dreams

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