Lara Galloway regularly provides interviews, commentary and expert information to various print and new media outlets. She is highlighted as a trailblazer in the Social Media space and recognized in some of the industry’s top lists.
25 Most Influential Women Tweeting About Entrepreneurship by Holly Reisem Hanna, Galloway is featured as an authority on the topic given that women are starting businesses at twice the rate of men, and because women dominate the Social Media realm.
Good Enough Is the New Perfect: Finding Happiness and Success in Modern Motherhood by Becky Beaupre Gillespie and Holly Scwartz Temple, Galloway is featured as an example of a growing new wave of mothers who are learning to let go of the little things and focus on what they really want out of their career, their family and their life.
The Mogul Mum
Lara is a regular contributor at The Mogul Mom – where you’ll learn how to run a home business, raise a family and rock both.
Yummy Mummy Club – Yummy TV
How to Run a Sustainable and Successful Mom-Biz!
Are you a mompreneur trying to run a business while struggling to stay afloat of family obligations? Are you juggling a million and one things with no downtime in sight? If so, you’ll love Lara Galloway, the renowned Mom Biz Coach! A mum of three and an accomplished entrepreneur, Lara has loads of practical advice on how to stay sane as a mompreneur. So grab a glass of wine (you deserve it!) and check out her Six Steps to Create a Sustainable and Successful Mompreneur Business!
Start Your Own Mom Business!
Galloway is cited as a business expert who offers her tips and advice to moms interested in starting their own company. Part of the StartupNation ebook series, Start Your Own Mom Business! teaches you to launch and run your own mom business, managing your family and your business in alignment with your unique lifestyle, values and dreams. If you are raising children and looking for incremental income or simply an exciting new element to your life, then a new business venture can help you reach new levels of fulfillment.
30 Women Entrepreneurs to Follow on Twitter
Twitter has been an incredible tool for connecting with like-minded people from around the world. I am always on the lookout for women entrepreneurs and women in business to follow, connect with, and learn from. The following 30 women entrepreneurs have excellent twitter feeds to follow:
100 Most Powerful Women on Twitter
This list is produced by Hubspot via TwitterGrader.com. Galloway is currently in the Top 50.
This Is Not the Career I Ordered: Empowering Strategies from Women Who Recharged, Reignited, and Reinvented Their Careers, by Caroline Dowd-Higgins
Galloway is featured in this career-transition book as a Work-at-Home-Mom who prides herself with a successful business that keeps her family her first priority.
The Corporate Fugitive Blog
Best Small Business Advice Ever Interview Series
Sherri Garrity, founder of TheCorporateFugitive.com, interviews me about lessons learned from Corporate America and what’s different about being my own boss. You can listen to the 20-minute interview here.
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The Detroit News
MomGYB underscores importance of community
One of the things I love about the community of moms is that its members tend to be very supportive of one another. Have a bad day? Another mom will listen and boost your spirits. Need a solution to a problem? Another mom will not only give advice, but she’ll jump right in and help you fix it. Need a contact? Just ask a mom, she’ll hook you up.
Mom Entrepreneur Interview: Lara Galloway
As a certified life and business coach, I help mompreneurs make more money doing work they love while taking care of prioirity #1: family. I offer one-on-one coaching and coaching groups, and am also host of the Mom Biz Coach Show on BlogTalkRadio. I offer twice-weekly podcasts as well as the popular WoMEN (What Mom Entrepreneurs Need) Teleseminar Series on the Show. I’m passionate about helping mom entrepreneurs create (or re-create) sustainable businesses that truly satisfy them.
10 Ways Twitter Changed My Life
This month marks my one year anniversary of being on Twitter. Little did I know when I typed my first tweet last year how things would change! For instance, I could not have predicted back in October 2008 that Twitter would become “my office,” that I would eventually get 95% of my qualified leads from Twitter, and that I would be able to achieve my status as expert and go-to resource for mompreneurs in less than a year. For this, I owe a debt of gratitude to the developers of Twitter.
September 22, 2011 – Exploring the State of Now: #140 characters conference Makes Canadian Debut in Kitchener
Lara Galloway shares her story with a crowd of nearly 300 people about how the “me, too” community she found on Twitter was a form of therapy for her Post Partum Depression (p. 12).
The Business Times
August 4, 2011 – Social Media Success Shares Advice on How to Prosper
Lara Galloway speaks from her own personal experience of building her brand online and shares 10 Steps others can follow to do the same.
KREX TV News Channel 5
August 2, 2011 – Social Media Guru Lara Galloway Speaks in Grand Junction
Renowned “Mompreneur” Lara Galloway discussed the importance of social networking and how to use Twitter as an advertising tool at the Mesa County’s Women’s Network at the Two Rivers Convention Center.
The Business Times
July 19, 2011 – “Mompreneur” to share social media expertise
Lara Galloway, a “mompreneur” who’s made it her business to help other women blend family and work priorities, will deliver the keynote address at the Aug. 2 meeting of the Mesa County Women’s Network.
The Fox 17 Online
April 5, 2011 – Business Coaching for Moms
Interview: Laura Galloway of Mom Biz Coaching shares some of the services, benefits and secrets of her success, and how she helps other moms achieve their own success.
London Free Press
Chaos Normal for Mompreneurs
Galloway contributes her insight on how back to school affects mompreneurs, and how they must set themselves up for success to manage the chaos that life inevitably throws at them.