Survive and Thrive with Dr. Yonne Vissing

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If you’re a parent looking for help crossing the finish line, Yvonne’s your guide. In this episode, you will learn: 1. What it means to survive vs. thrive
2. The importance of taking time to enjoy life’s simple pleasures
3. The power of learning from mistakes

“One step at a time is how you grow.”

Dr. Yvonne Vissing is a sociologist and professor of healthcare studies at Salem State University in Massachusetts. She has 15 books out and travels around the world learning about how children are treated.

This is DR. Yvonne Vissing’s story…

As a mompreneur, Dr. Yvonne Vissing has experienced the best and worst of times while balancing motherhood with her career. She has learned that it takes time to figure out what works and what doesn’t, and that it’s okay to make mistakes along the way. What’s important is to learn from those mistakes and to keep moving forward. Dr. Vissing’s work is all about helping children and families thrive, and she is passionate about sharing her knowledge so that others can benefit from it. Her books are available on Amazon, and her website is a great resource for those looking to learn more about her work..

In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. What it means to survive vs. thrive
2. The importance of taking time to enjoy life’s simple pleasures
3. The power of learning from mistakes

Resources:

Twitter @yvissing
Santa Spirit sites: santalove.org & http://www.facebook.com/Santas.spirit2020
Personal website: yvonnevissing.com

Chapter Summaries:
[00:00:02] – The #Speakeasy Podcast is going to have a conversation about the mental aspect of being a parent and an entrepreneur. It’s not always the topic of discussion when it comes to entrepreneurship, but it’s important for parents and entrepreneurs.

[00:01:24] – Yvonne is going to have a conversation with him about her life. She will tell the studio audience a little bit about herself and then they will get started. Yvonne has had some hiccups and some trying to fill her way in the dark, bumping some toes.

[00:02:01] – Sociologist and professor of healthcare studies at Salem State University in Massachusetts, is trying to figure out the best practices on how to make sure that children survive and thrive. Her parents didn’t teach her how to be a good role model for her children, and she made many mistakes in her life. This year for her birthday, she wanted to go horseback riding for the first time. But most of her friends had never been. She was born and raised in Philadelphia, but now she lives in a small town with farmland and an orchard. She believes in finding the balance between business and family life. Yvonne talks about the importance of being in the moment and the expectations that we place on ourselves and on other people. Yvonne has experienced many different hardships in her life. She has a sign in her house, on her wall, and it says, if it takes 1000 whacks of the reed to break the rock, the first 999 were necessary. 

[00:20:28] – Speakeasy is a podcast about elevating, your life and business. Every episode is about you being able to elevate in life and in business. Listen to this episode and let us know how it resonates with you by leaving a review on your favorite podcasting platform.

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