How do you define success as a mother and business owner? What does it mean to find your threshold of "enoughness"?
We are back this week with Gill Howarth, owner of Born Wise Education, as she uncovers her journey through the peaks and valleys of motherhood and entrepreneurship.
In this episode Gill shares:
🌱Personal experience and insights from launching and evolving her business while nurturing and raising her children.
🌱The journey of evaluating her youngest son's participation in her program, revealing how she navigated difficult decisions and sought collaborative solutions
🌱The necessity of personal space and a supportive community when balancing a business and a family.
🌱Her approach to work expectations in motherhood and how she creatively adjusted to her new way of working amidst the beautiful chaos of family life.
Gill Howarth is an Early Childhood teacher, Educational Changemaker, Storyteller and Mother to 3 bright, beautiful and wild boys. Having worked in alternative, Reggio-inspired and nature-based schools in Perth Australia, Gill began to explore ways to practice Conscious Education - an approach to learning that requires getting curious with what we are doing in our educational settings - and always asking WHY. Gill created Born Wise in 2017 as a grassroots education space, a place to explore learning beyond the classroom. Since then Born Wise has grown to offer classes, courses and consults to people of all ages and ultimately aims to inspire families to revolutionise education from their own backyards.
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