Episode 60: Being a Mompreneur, Staying Positive, and More with Elayna Fernandez from The Positive Mom

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I interview Elayna Fernandez, author, speaker, and owner of The Positive Mom.

Being a #Mompreneur, Staying Positive, and More with Elayna Fernandez from The Positive Mom | Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show podcastThis post contains affiliate links.

About Elayna

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Elayna Fernandez/The Positive MOM and Marie Segares/Creative Yarn Entrepreneur at the #WeAllGrow Summit by Latina Bloggers Connect. Photo by Elayna.

Elayna Fernandez is an author, international keynote speaker, and a key Latina influencer and storyteller through ThePositiveMOM.com. She lives with her loving husband and her three brilliant bilingual daughters (and home school students) in Fort Worth, Texas.

Elayna’s mission is to encourage, empower, and equip moms to have more influence at home, more impact in the world, and more income to make it happen. Elayna is also an award-winning Certified Guerrilla Marketing Master Trainer and the creator of the Guerrilla Positioning System™ (GPS) for mompreneurs or aspiring mompreneurs who want to increase their Credibility, Visibility and Profitability™.

You can learn more about Elayna by visiting her blog, ThePositiveMOM.com. You can follow her online at Facebook | G+ | Instagram | LinkedIn | Pinterest | Twitter | YouTube

About the interview

I had the chance to meet up with Elayna in person at the #WeAllGrow Summit by Latina Bloggers Connect in Long Beach, California. She was part of a very inspiring keynote panel. In the interview, Elayna shares her suggestions for involving your family in your home-based business, talks about how she uses her morning ritual to set herself up for success, gives recommendations for dealing with negative feedback and negative energy, and explains the way she organizes her time so she can be more productive.

Resources mentioned in this episode

Elayna recommends the following:

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  • HI Marie, I am a new listener and was delighted that you can save me money! What a nice surprise. Please email me the discount code for Turbo Tax.
    I really like your interview with Elayna. Although I am not a blogger, podcaster or even a seller, I am always looking for ideas to improve my business skills.

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