An Interview With Transformational Coach Jenn Taylor

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Jenn Taylor is Mom Of 18 (yes, 18 kids!), a Transformational Coach for Christian Women, and the host of At A Crossroads with The Naked Podcaster — a 4-year podcast to uplift others in their struggles. Her goal is to help others get through life’s struggles faster, easier, and with more support (and joy!).

Jenn is also a motivational speaker, has written the blog “Mom’s Running It” for over 9 years, and is a published author of a self-help memoir “Hello, My Name Is… Warrior Princess” — which she…

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8 Ways to Stay Motivated After Setting Goals

If you're 6-months into your New Year goals and that piece of paper has fallen off the fridge, or you stopped going to the gym or feel like your motivation and momentum have slowed, I have eight steps to help boost your motivation.



Have a plan, and be specific.

Your goals can't be “I want to work out” or “I want to lose weight.” They should be written, “I'm going to take three classes at the gym a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays,” or “I want to lose 20 pounds by this …

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What A Movie Taught Me About Being A Business Owner

I decided to watch the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory through the eyes of the owner of the business — Willy Wonka. I learned some interesting lessons that gave me ideas on how to think a little differently in my own business.


1. Create curiosity.

Willy Wonka created suspense, mystery, and curiosity. It was very exciting — his doors have been shut for three years, and then he has this great contest. The people who win will get to spend a day in his f…

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Please Don't DM me Your Pitch

I’m so grateful for the complete strangers I’ve met via social media. People who have since become cherished friends, close acquaintances, business referrals, collaborative relationships, podcast guests or hosts from shows I’ve been on, people I’ve met through just messages, some messages that turned into zoom meetings, and many connections have become more than a casual sharing of information. I’ve jumped on video calls with people I had zero interest in initially (creating my own podcast app f…

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How to Have a Successful Digital Business

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Today, I wanted to share my views on how to have a successful digital business. Recently, I sent out a newsletter and discussed updates and changes in my podcast. Some of the changes were based on having the podcast for over 3 ½ years and putting in a lot of time and effort. Compound Interest is working for me. Some changes were statistics and analytics I love the black and white of stats as they just truly are. There isn’t necessarily a good or bad, just a barometer of where you are currently…

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My Digital Nomad Experience

My goal 3 years ago when I launched my website and started writing my book was to become a digital nomad and location independent. What does it mean and why would I want to? Being a digital nomad meant that I could live anywhere, be on the move, travel, live in a bus or RV, and still make money. My income wouldn't be dependent on where I lived, I would work from wherever my laptop and access to wifi was. It meant freedom from the 9-5, not dreading Monday and counting down to Friday. It's worki…

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Making Financial Plans for What's Important

Runners are sometimes obsessive. My team has a calendar, my teammates each have their own calendars. A couple of them shared their calendars with me recently and my boss (and teammate) even printed a blank one for the year so I could have a separate race calendar.  I honestly believed the calendar I use to book clients, write down appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc... was good enough.  Silly me.  I already know I don't have the same intense drive that most of my teammates have.  I'm organize…

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The Many Facets of a Woman

I recently read an article about how many facets of personality we have. Truly, our worlds at times collide leaving in their wake confusion.  A feeling of being with someone out of context so to speak.  One time I ran into a girlfriend and acted like my woman self.  My then 12-year-old daughter later yelled at me "It's like you're not even my Mom!" because, up to that point, my being her mom was the only facet of my personality she was familiar with.  I've run into clients from the shop at races…

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Reinventing Yourself

In April, 2008 I was unhappily working as a dental assistant when I picked up More Magazine in a doctors office. I read an article called “Real-Life Reinventions” by Virginia Sole-Smith about Pamela Mitchell's story. It illustrated her personal reinvention and the launch of her business: Reinvention Institute. I was so intrigued by the possibility of reinvention that I tore the article out of the magazine (something that is usually a personal pet peeve) to bring it home and further investigate. …

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