Rachel Moore’s mission is to help release people from bondage within multiple areas of life; to Inform, Inspire, Influence, and Ignite others to appropriate action in creating an incredibly fulfilling life of passion, purpose, abundance, and success. As a business owner and mom, she offers self-help products and services such as the Tote-a-Vision, a 2-in-1 portable vision board with dream board and dream book journal. The Tote-a-Vision is a goal-setting, dream- and success-building tool. She offers self-help books & ebooks and online training programs for success and financial freedom.
She shared her story of how to achieve your goals while achieving your most important mission—being a mom.
It was a long drive. Our bodies were tired, and we were happy to check into the hotel. After what seemed like only a few minutes of rest, I was awakened at 4:30 in the morning by a phrase sounding in my head, and it would not go away. Since I could not sleep, I sat up in bed and began to type the words that flowed from my mind as fast as I could capture them. “Manager moms” was the phrase. A manager mom is who I am, and “mind your vision” is what I do to live a life of fulfillment. You may recognize a part of yourself in my words. Regardless of where you are in life, once a mom, always a mom. You, too, are a manager mom.
The problem in the world today is that ninety-two percent of people don’t achieve their goals and are living unfulfilled lives. Many of those people are moms who are wearing multiple hats. As a manager mom I want to help you and your family mind your vision to transform your life from the inside out. Here are three ways to achieve your goals and dreams, no matter how big or small they are:
You need to get clarity about what you really want
You’ve got to lose control to get control
You’ve got to take appropriate action to get where you want to go
My “mommy mission” and the vision for my sons to fulfill their purpose is still unfolding. Helping your children manage and navigate life is a large part of being a “manager mom.” You manage your household, school projects, meals, and vacations. Maybe like me, you manage dual careers, and the list goes on. We are true “manager moms.” There is more to a manager mom’s role that we will explore in future writings. The goal of this book is to showcase how any mom can transform her life from the inside out to live a life of fulfillment. Start with claiming your “manager mom” title. Let us begin the journey to “mind your vision.”