How Maybrooks Founder Created a Site where Job Flexibility is NOT a Bad Word

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Coining terms like maternityship and returnship, job site founder Stacey Delo of Maybrooks shares how her need for job flexibility after having her first child spurred her to create a job site where smart moms help each other find flexible careers.

She  is changing the conversation and trying to shape the culture within companies to accommodate today’s bright workforce who need a flexible arrangement.

“The jobs are the tool that is the bigger part of the conversation around women and working and what are some of the ways that we can keep women in the workforce so ultimately we can keep women moving on the track toward being in leadership positions.” — Stacey Delo, Maybrooks

Tune in as Stacey shares…

  • Managing her family
  • From managing a team of video journalists at the Wall St. Journal to becoming an entrepreneur
  • Unexpected challenge
  • Tips on doing your own marketing and PR
  • Tips for moms who choose to take time off to be with their children

Tweetable Quote:

Something her mom drilled into her:

“If you don’t have yourself, you don’t have anything at all.  If what you are doing speaks to you deep down, then you are on the right track.”

Book:

Dance of The Dissident Daughter by Sue Monk Kidd. In it she talks about attaching yourself to your “Golden Thread,” which she described as being a tether to a “voice” you have felt all along, this whisper of who you are and what your best life can feel like. And she said that even in the darkest of times, that Golden Thread glows – you just have to hang on to it and develop a little faith that it’s got your back. — Momma Strong Interview

 

MOMS – Do you know of a job that is mom friendly?  Help other moms in transition out by posting here.

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