Mom Story: I want to normalize my “mom struggles”

Parenting in the First 3 Years Podcast


#62: Mom Story: I want to normalize my “mom struggles”

with Christine Amerman


Being a parent and an entrepreneur simultaneously can be challenging yet rewarding. Balancing the responsibilities of parenthood with the demands of running a business requires effective communication, active listening, and strategic time management.

In the episode, an accomplished entrepreneur, Christine Amerman, shares her story about being a mother and how her work helps moms and entrepreneurs achieve their desired outcomes. She discusses how she applies the same principles to her children, particularly emphasizing the value of being a good listener. Christine sets a positive example by actively listening to her children without interruptions, encourages them to express their thoughts and feelings, and incorporates active listening exercises into their daily routines. By fostering effective communication skills and strong relationships within her family, Christine believes that these practices benefit her children and align with her entrepreneurial mindset of building meaningful connections and nurturing growth in both her personal and professional life.

Listen to Christine Amerman’s episode to gain valuable insights on effective communication and being a good listener in both parenting and entrepreneurship! Tune in now for empowering tips!

Topics discussed:
  • About Christine’s children
  • About her work and what she does
  • Ways that she applies those same ideas with her children, and how does she help them become good listeners
  • All about “threenagers”
  • Parting thoughts and encouragement she has for new mamas and dads
About the Guest:

Christine Amerman is passionate about helping impact-driven entrepreneurs attract their ideal clients by being top 1% podcast guests. 

She and her clients have generated over $1 million as podcast guests, and she has been recognized as the best in the world at podcast guesting by 7-figure founders like John Lee Dumas of Entrepreneurs on Fire.

A media expert for two decades, she’s helped broadcast the Olympic Games, produced an award-winning documentary for PBS, and has been featured in Inc., Business Insider, Bustle, The Huffington Post and on over 100 podcasts, in addition to hosting her top-rated show, Podcast Guesting For Profit. 

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In the 2023 season of Parenting in the First 3 Years, we’ll be bringing on parents just like you to share the story of their personal journey. Would you like to apply to be considered as a guest? Let’s talk about it! Simply email Ann McKitrick at

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