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Dare to Leap

Nov 11, 2020

Jill Salzman is currently growing her third entrepreneurial venture, The Founding Moms, the world’s first and only global collective of offline masterminds and online resources for mom entrepreneurs. When Jill became a mother, she was working two businesses and losing her mind. She needed support, and there was nothing out there in her backyard, so she decided to create her own. Fast forward to today, Jill has a thriving membership with members from all over helping support each other. Find out why getting plugged into a community will accelerate your business in this week’s episode.


Key takeaways:

  • How did Jill get started in her career and why did she go from law school into the music business?
  • Jill was running her two businesses when she became a mom and she was losing her mind.
  • Why didn’t Jill like selling a product-based business?
  • Jill shares some of her favorite tips on how to best manage business and being a mom.
  • When you dare to leap into the unknown, you’re going to feel amazing afterward.
  • You don’t have to do it alone! Get yourself plugged into a community.
  • Jill wanted to just drill down and focus on hard work, but investing in a (good) community is the best thing you can do for your business.
  • Join three to five communities and see how it feels.
  • Why are some people so afraid to take the leap and be an entrepreneur?
  • What advice does Jill have for people who do not want to “start over” in their career?
  • Kathy was told she laughed and smiled too much in corporate and she would never be promoted because of it.
  • What advice does Jill have for women who have a partner that doesn’t quite understand this space?
  • What types of people join Jill’s membership group?
  • What does JIll’s typical day look like?


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“There are two things every woman carries: fear of failure because she’s really scared she’ll let her family down, and guilt. Guilt that they are prioritizing themselves and their business over their kids.”


“We have found a lot of corporate flippers who have joined our community and said, ‘Wait a second, business doesn’t have to be boring? I can just have fun?’”


“You need a backboard to echo back to you what you’re thinking and saying so you can tweak it.”