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How are women like us actually living up to the pressure to balance everything, to have it together physically, emotionally, and financially?

The truth is most of us don't.

Perfection is a myth we all fail.

While raising babies and growing seven figure businesses online I spent years helping women look at these three areas in their life, being strong physically, emotionally, and financially.

But how, does someone learn to actually do that? This podcast is here to give you the answer.

Join me as I pull back the curtain and talk about the things that nobody usually talks about. Where I share my real raw stories and give you tangible strategies on ways you can work through some of the same vulnerable issues we all face.

My name is Natalie Hodson and welcome to the Pulling Back the Curtain Podcast.


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May 30, 2019

I hope you had a chance to listen to Part 1 of this awesome podcast with Alison and Makayla Prince!  This mom/daughter duo have such an amazing story and I am SO grateful they agreed to be on my podcast.

In part 1, we share Alison’s journey of how she went from qualifying to food stamps to building her own multi-million dollar businesses.

But the story doesn’t end there….in Part 2 I spend a lot of time with her daughter Makayla and we share her story.  And boy is it a cool story!

At age 13, Makayla (and her 11 year old sister) took the framework their mom taught them about starting businesses, and made $100k in 9 months selling scarves!

In this podcast we dig deep into:
-The specific things Alison and her husband did to instill financial responsibility in their kids
-What it was like for Makayla watching her mom build businesses and raise babies as she was growing up

-What is was like for her as a teenager entrepreneur and how her friends responded to her being a business owner at a young age

-Her plans after high school, and her decision to not go to college and to work on her businesses instead

These two are great friends of mine, and they’ve inspired me to change a lot of the things I’m doing with my own kids when it comes to money and finances.  I hope you love it and make sure to follow @alisonjprince and @makaylaprince - they are genuinely good people and such rockstars.