If you are a mom who appreciates work life integration and may be looking for an empowering podcast, then allow us to recommend “Mom’s Exit Interview” by Kim Rittberg. Mom's Exit Interview

Kim Rittberg is a digital video strategist and on-camera media coach who has won 5 awards for clients in the past year. She has been featured in Business Insider, speaks on TV offering tips to business owners and helps professionals, real estate agents and small business owners supercharge their business with content. Kim quit corporate to pursue more flexibility and better work-life balance for my family which includes 2 little kiddos and is committing to helping other business owners do the same.

Mom’s Exit Interview is the podcast designed to help moms make their lives and careers work for them… instead of the other way around. Each episode brings inspiration and action for moms seeking flexibility and freedom with tales and tips from real everyday moms and experts.

Guests include Rebecca Minkoff, Gretchen Rubin of the Happiness Project, Parenting Data Expert Emily Oster, Whole30 CEO Melissa Urban, Carley Roney who co-founded the billion dollar The Knot, and real everyday inspirational moms.

Our Founder, Emily A. Hay, contributed a clip to Kim’s signature “Real Mom Moment,” segment in this episode of Mom’s Exit Interview titled, “Searching For Balance: Erin Washington Of Squats & Margaritas On Overcoming Eating Disorders, Delegating At Home And Finding Fulfillment.”  Emily covered a lesson learned from her experience in the FAIR PLAY Documentary, produced by Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine, written by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, based off Eve Rodsky’s NYTimes Bestselling book.  Be sure to check out the full episode of Mom’s Exit Interview here.

No stranger to empowering moms that find professional fulfillment outside of the traditional 9 to 5s, Kim works with Independent Hay There Social Media Manager and founder of Raising Social, Kimberly Hermann.  Kimberly has done incredible work with her podcast clients including This Organized Life by Laurie Palau and was one of the first Independent Hay There Social Media Managers to go viral on TikTok.

Kim Rittberg recently contributed to Fast Company with an important piece that answers, “Where did the Great Resigners and the Quiet Quitters go?”  We know that tens of millions of employees left the workforce last year, from self employment to better roles, and it is notable to see where they have landed and what’s next for employees.  In a nutshell, Kim points out that “while many people are leaving the workforce or intentionally doing the bare minimum, I believe more people–particularly, but not exclusively–parents are reevaluating their relationship to work and pursuing job flexibility that allows them to fit their careers into their lives and not vice versa. And that is deserving of a catchy new phrase, perhaps The Forever Flex or The Great Reframe.”

In preparing this article, Kim sourced information including some from a member of the community of Independent Hay There Social Media managers who is currently a teacher looking at future career options to transition to.  It’s such a testament to the transferrable and versatile nature a speciality skillset in social media marketing can get you.  You can read her full article here.

Kim, who is all about women achieving success on their own terms – redefining and re-envisioning it, is celebrating the upcoming book launch by “Quit Your Day Job” podcast host and author, Alisha Fernandez Miranda.  Alisha is launching, “My What If Year: A Memoir”.  This book is part of the Zibby Books publishing company, by Zibby Owens, host of Moms Don’t Have Time To Read Books, which is starting its one-book-a-month, 12-books-per-year model with Alisha Fernandez Miranda’s memoir, “My What If Year.”

Alisha, a fellow mom of twins and CEO, took a year off from her high-powered career to try out the dream jobs of her youth.  Hay There Founder, Emily A. Hay, and Ali Spitzer, COO of Hay There, had the pleasure of being interviewed on Alisha’s podcast which will air soon.

If you haven’t checked out Kim’s podcast, be sure to!  And if you are looking for a proven path to work life integration, we’d love for you to learn about Hay There’s Core Training, for any mom.  Anytime.  Anywhere.

Emily A. Hay

Founder & Instructor at Social Media Manager Training Courses
Creator of flexible work opportunities for moms since 2009 | Shared our journey in FAIR PLAY Documentary by Reese’s Hello Sunshine based off Eve Rodsky’s book 🎥 | Work+Life Integrator 👩‍💻 👧 👧

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