Episode 5: Brooke Bryand
Brooke is a lifestyle commercial photographer who helps companies bring their brand to life.
From starting a business, to starting a family - Brooke has carved out her own path and approaches each new challenge or chapter by intentionally choosing who she wanted to be.
Today we’re talking about how she manages bouncing from boss babe to mama bear, balancing the role of being a business owner and mother.
Not only is Brooke an incredibly successful business owner and dear friend, we’ve also worked together for years and helped each other launch out businesses. You’ll hear us name dropping lots of other amazing women (many of who are also in this season of WOM) so check the show notes for links and more info.
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What she does to grow her business
How she challenges industry norms
Where she finds support (from her girl gang to her therapist)
Managing feedback and the pressure to do it all
The example she wants to set for her daughter about being a working mom
Why outsourcing is her super power
Navigating the pressure to be a good mom and our addiction to technology
How she shares domestic responsibilities with her husband
The importance of opening up, being vulnerable, and asking for what you want
Want to know more about Brooke?
Here is a video we recorded when Women On A Mission was just an idea I had. One year later and it's now a podcast and Brooke is still as inspiring as ever!
Laura Harrison: The other member of our annual brand retreat (and another Season 1 guest of Women On A Mission)
Creative Live: Online learning platform for creatives offering both free and paid classes. You can use this link for $15 off your first order.
Nova Golderg: Brooke's trusted Therapist (as well as my own) who will also be Episode 6 of Women On A Mission so stay tunes
Instacart: what Brooke uses to outsource groceries and balance domestic duties. You can use this link for $10 your first order.