Episode 27: The 5 biggest lessons I’ve learned since becoming a mom

In this episode, I’m getting into the 5 biggest lessons I’ve learned as a mom. Whether you’re a mom or not, I think you’ll be able to relate these lessons to many other aspects of life, especially entrepreneurship. 

“It’s never too late to break a pattern. It takes a lot of work and it’s not easy, but there’s so much freedom, not only for you but for future generations.” –Sarah Lambert

Topics covered:

  • My son’s fifth birthday and how the milestone is helping me reflect on motherhood.
  • Trusting your own instincts and letting go of expectations.
  • The fear and anxiety I experienced as a new mother.
  • My son’s hip dysplasia and the complications and community that came with it.
  • How I wish I would have asked for more help during the newborn phase.
  • Your child’s energy reflects your own.
  • Teaching your children that it’s safe to feel emotions and use their breath.
  • How the goal of being the best parent in each moment is better than trying to be a perfect parent.
  • Moms have to be intentional about pouring into themselves.
  • How you become a new version of yourself after becoming a mom.
  • The expansive opportunities of motherhood.

Ready for Expansive Strategies and Shifts? Connect with Sarah on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thesarahlambert 


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Sarah Lambert

Sarah Lambert is the founder and head business coach at The Rosewood Agency, a course creation agency that helps 6-figure entrepreneurs create passive income. She scaled her business from a 30k side hustle to a 400k agency in just 4 years while raising two babies, and is passionate about building online businesses in an aligned and scalable way.

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