The Key To Guilt-Free Success for Working Moms is the new book from Aby Lilian Mamboleo, a strategy guide for success that helps women who are facing the pressure of being the best moms they can be while also trying to get ahead in the world of work.
The Key To Guilt-Free Success for Working Moms is targeted at the woman trying to have everything and to make it all work while also struggling with doubt or guilt. Working moms are sure to find this book tremendously helpful. It explores how they can find to manage the incredibly fast pace of life and how they can improve the balancing act that is having a partner, kids, and work, while not being willing to give any of them up. It’s all about trying, and the book will inspire readers to do it all better and more effectively.
One of the key ingredients for success is the intention to get through and improve every day. It’s all about finding one’s mojo and building a day that has less chaos. Mamboleo reminds her readers that they are all superwomen. Sometimes they just need a reminder of that fact.
The book offers women a path to starting each day with the right intention or, rather, capital-I Intention. It’s all about finding and living the superwoman identity, owning it, and living it. All women can find that inner strength that they have, even if it has been buried under the day-to-day chaos. You can find for The Key To Guilt-Free Success for Working Moms on Amazon:
Mamboleo offers a lot of tips, ideas, and motivation to help working moms feel supported and inspired. It’s a book that honors the difficulties these women face and also helps them find new ways to have it all and tackle it all, even when they are dealing with a chaotic daily life.
Aby Lilian Mamboleo is a self-made businesswoman, an Amazon and USA Today bestselling author, and a B.I.T. or billionaire in training. She was born in Nairobi, Kenya, but built her career as an American woman. She founded her own publishing imprint, Mamboleo Media Group, and has co-authored bestselling books like Business Life & the Universe, Volume 6, and Luminary Leadership: How Top Entrepreneurs Lead in Business and in Life, with the first one becoming a top Amazon book and the second one a bestseller on USA Today. She is also the co-author of The Entrepreneur’s Funding Guide: 100 Places to Get Over $100K to Fund Your Business.
This is the perfect book for women who are struggling to make their family and work lives match, and it can have a therapeutic effect thanks to its focus on the guilt-free part. The book is written with a lot of empathy, humor, and a goal of empowerment. It is inspirational and also practical, as it offers many different strategies and tricks to manage the chaos of daily life.
You can get the book, as well as more information about the author, on her website.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Aby Mamboleo. Here are the excerpts from the interview.
Hi Aby, Great to have you with us today! Please share with our readers about what it is that you do.
Hi, I wear different hats depending on the time of the day. I am a Publisher, Co-Author of various books, an entrepreneur, President/CEO (Chief Encouraging Officer) of International Outsourcing Services (IOS), Consultant, Philanthropist, Wife, and Mom to two wonderful boys (8 & 7 years old).
Please tell us about your book, The Key To Guilt-Free Success for Working Moms.
Being a working mom juggling various hats and trying to keep calm within the chaos of life. I wanted to write about my life to share with all the other working moms that we are all in this together. This is a tribute to all women who are trying to power through the madness of our full lives.
Please share with our readers about your journey.
My journey into motherhood wasn’t easy, but it began in May 2014 when my oldest son was born. Motherhood is not easy, that is the one thing that you figure out quickly after having your first child. Being a mom is tricky and quite a roller coaster. Before Children, you *think* that you know where you stand on issues and how you want to do things, but it’s a whole other ball game to put them into action. I had my son almost 9 years ago, and I can confidently say that I am a very different mother now than I imagined I would be when I got pregnant with him. I am more flexible than I thought I would be. Planning doesn’t always work out on some things; you just need to figure it out as you go.
Being a working mom meant that I often left my son in the care of others. This came with a lot of guilt that I was failing as a mom. As a business owner, sometimes, I needed to handle things at the office before the allotted time off was over. As such, I would take my son to the office with me to get my work done. I was basically back to work with my son before he was even more than a month. My son always had people to watch him, which was a blessing, but it was still hard for me to leave him and go to work. I was a mess, my office is not far from home, and I always made a trip home to see him in the middle of the day, which is still another blessing. I was constantly worried about him and felt like he wasn’t happy with me leaving him at home.
The next year, I was having my second child before I figured out the whole working mom situation. I must say, though, transitioning from no kids to 1 was harder than from 1-2 kids. I think at this point, I was able to take the pressure off myself for what I thought I needed to be as a mom. Taking this pressure off allowed me to be guilt free and thrive as a working mom. I am far from being the perfect mom. The mindset before of all or nothing is no longer an issue. I thought if I was a working mom, I couldn’t be a great mom because I wasn’t home a hundred percent of the time. But I don’t feel guilty or regret the choices I have made. I am present in whatever hat I choose to wear. I finally realized I could be a working mom LOVE IT and ENJOY IT. And that is more than okay. If you’re a working mom and you LOVE it, I am right there with you! Also, if you’re a working mom who is struggling because you don’t want to be, I feel you. I’ve been there, and it’s difficult, but you’ve got this. Look at your work as the time for adult interaction to create a wholesome you.
Are there days where I feel like I don’t have all the hours I need to get everything done? All the time.
If you’re a working mom and you like it, but you feel like you shouldn’t – let go of that pressure. You can absolutely be a working mom and a great mom at the same time.
What are the strategies that helped you become successful in your journey?
Being forgiving to myself as a mom, letting go of the pressure, and knowing my children are loved and well cared for.
Any message for our readers?
Lose the stress, lose the guilt, and lose the pressure, especially self-imposed. You’ve got this for making life work.
Fantastic! So tell us, how can people find out more about you?
You can visit my website www.abymamboleo.com and follow me on Instagram @mamboleo_media.
Thank you so much, Aby, for giving us your precious time! We wish you all the best for your journey ahead!
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