Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 12, 2008
Everyday, working mothers have to contend with challenges such as choosing between work and family, the mommy wars, and unreliable child care. A new primetime drama showcases two powerful working mothers and how they manage to succeed, despite the challenges they encounter each day.
For years, mothers have been told that they can't have it all. They are told that the challenges of having a career and a family are too monumental to overcome - their children will suffer and their career will suffer. Jill Frank, an Executive Career Coach to working mothers, disagrees.
"Working mothers can have it all, and many do. They can have successful career that fulfills their professional desires and still maintain healthy family life. Their children will also benefit from seeing their mother's success in the business world, as well as at home."
According to Frank, a working mother's success is dependent on four factors:
1. the ability to make time for your priorities
2. an employer who values the contribution you make to the organization
3. the desire and understanding of what it takes to succeed in your career
4. a dependable support system
In a new program designed to empower working mothers to take control of their lives, at home and work, Frank helps mothers find success. She takes them through each step of the process, from simplifying and eliminating extraneous responsibilities at home to preparing for new roles in your career.
This new program will be previewed on a free goal setting teleseminar on January 18th at 1:00pm Eastern featuring Jill Frank, Lisa Silvershein, and Suzanne Freiberg. Register online at http://www.leverageyourtalent.com/goals_2008.htm.
For additional information on the program discussed in this release or the issues and challenges of working mothers, contact Jill Frank or visit http://www.leverageyourtalent.com/working_mothers.htm.
About Jill Frank & Associates:
Jill Frank is an Executive Career Coach to working mothers. She teaches her clients proven strategies for career advancement, as well as managing work and family, so that they can find success both in their career and at home.
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