[Interview] with Maribel Jimenez

by Amy on April 10, 2014

I want you to meet Maribel Jimenez…

She’s a mom and a wife and an incredibly successful business woman. I saw her for the first time speaking from the stage at an event. She was wearing some very fine shoes and telling the story of her first five figure day.

But the reason I love this woman is she’s warm, down to earth and wise! A woman I admire.

I got to catch up with her about “The New Superwoman Pathway.” Maribel shares why so many woman try to embody “superwoman” in business and life and it leaves them burnt out, overwhelmed and unhappy (sound familiar?).

The truth is you can have success and be a happy mother and partner. In this interview she reveals some practical tips you can use right away for more peace, playfulness AND prosperity in your biz and your life.

Check it out! And don’t forget to grab the very juicy free resources she talks about in the interview. (Psst! See below for another exciting announcement!)

BIG NEWS!! We are having a CONTEST!

Maribel is going to chose one lucky participant at random to win a complementary ticket to her super popular coaching program “Dream Launch Formula” (it’s worth $497!). So be sure to check out the question below and leave a comment to enter!

Here’s the question:

What’s your biggest challenge when it comes to balancing business and being a mom and/or wife?”

Leave a comment below to enter to win!

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Kelly Goldberg April 10, 2014 at 1:24 pm

Turning away from my kids to focus on work-


Dana Mallon April 10, 2014 at 2:34 pm

Hi Amy and Maribel- I see myself so much in both of your experiences! My biggest challenge when it comes to balancing business and being a mom and nurturing my relationships would be not sacrificing family connection trying to achieve a decent profit in my business. “Am I really going to be able to do this? Is this even possible?” I’m going to figure this out.

Amy I really like what you said about how it’s not failure, it’s feedback in all areas in our life…business, relationship with our children, partner, friendships and life!

Maribel- I’ll second that! Success is having peace, playfulness and prosperity every day!

Here’s to be present to the journey! xo Thank you both:-)


Maribel Jimenez April 10, 2014 at 3:18 pm

Amy – Thank you for the opportunity to share this important message about how possible it is to live life on your own terms and enjoy it all…peace, playfulness and prosperity!

Thank you Dana for posting your comments, I totally understand how you feel…and I invite you to say yes to those questions you shared…you can and find the middle ground in all areas, that’s where I enjoy it…it’s not all or nothing.

Much love!


Kim April 10, 2014 at 3:53 pm

For me it’s the balance of time for my family and friends versus the time it takes to get the business up and running as well as profitable. I’ve put it on hold out of fear. I could really use some inspiration and motivation to get moving on it.


Adriane April 10, 2014 at 5:39 pm

My biggest challenge is that I am a single mom. Providing a beautiful solid childhood for my young son while I take on this completely new thing of launching a business is so important to me. Pillar 3-asking for support-is critical at this point. I had to rebuild my foundation by myself and cocoon for quite a while. But now I need help. I think it does take a village and I need to be more a part of the village. And my son needs me to be too. I have things to give to the village. Yay! 🙂


Michelle April 10, 2014 at 6:25 pm

My biggest challenge is staying focused and knowing what is really critical to work on from day to day, wondering: Is all this effort really going to give me a return, or am I just spinning my wheels?


Carolyn April 11, 2014 at 5:59 am

My biggest challenge is child care, getting enough child free time to focus on work


Julika April 11, 2014 at 6:33 pm

My biggest challenge is finding/taking time to nourish myself. I am a mom of an amazing crazy little trio, working full-time and building a business as a parenting coach. It’s exciting, inspiring and energizing and also exhausting. Building a business for me and my family is the only ticket out of this rat race and toward more balance and connection, which I am afraid to lose in the process.


Gina April 13, 2014 at 5:50 am

My largest challenge is carving out time when my husband doesn’t really understand that even though I’m not “at work” I still need to be working sometimes. I left a “regular job” 3 years ago to juggle independent contracts and “patchworking” and I still feel frazzled while trying to balance my “flexible” schedule and 2 kids and a home. This was supposed to be a better way, but really it feels like a bigger headache than working for someone else, sometimes. I need all the encouragement i can get that this can be managed successfully! Thanks!


Cheri April 21, 2014 at 6:13 pm

my biggest challenge is finding satisfaction in doing it all well, with grace, and a sense of fulfillment without taking on anyone else’s shit. easier said than done.


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