Jen Powers has been married 10 years to husband Chad. They met on a mission trip to Mexico City doing orphan care. They have two beautiful children — Ellery Jane – 7 years old, Judah – 3 years old.
Jen has been working with families and children for over 18 years. As a co-owner of a Children’s Party Entertainment business, Director of her own Dance Company, former roles as a Children’s Pastor and Elementary School Teacher, her experience is as deep as it is wide. The last 10+ years of her professional life has been as a parent educator and national authorized trainer in the Common Sense Parenting model which now serves as the bedrock to her own consultation business, Tried & True Parenting. She loves hearing the family story and partnering with parents to widen their parenting tool belt and supply them with the best techniques to meet the unique needs of their family.
Tried & True exists to bring hope to families. Through research & faith-based techniques, they exist to help you take the guesswork out of parenting. Instead of spending most days trying to survive, they want families to thrive. Their heart is to come alongside you and help you teach your children skills that will equip them well into adulthood and create an environment in your home where relational and behavioral fires are at bay and you can be the family you long to be. Tried and True sees generational cycles of poor and broken parenting habits cut off at their root with joy and hope taking up residence instead. They love doing life with families and feel honored to have access into their lives.They believe in best practice so they use a research based model as their foundation.
Tried and True believes Jesus is the model of how to best love and care for kids so there is a faith base to all they say and do. They believe truth is most powerful when delivered in receivable forms so they value humility and are first in line to be raw, real and transparent. Every family is unique so they offer solutions that translate to a variety of experiences. The power of community is irrefutable so they work hard to help families create the community they long for to help share the role of parenting. After all, it truly does take a village.
Ideas and Topics Discussed in This Episode:
- Flow and the Five Capitals
- Review of Episodes 1 & 2
- Definition of Five Capitals
- Selfish to build Wealth?
- 16 hours a day
- Schedule your success
- Jen’s story Detroit to Orlando
- Selling lemonade on a Golf Course, product market fit!!
- Clowns and Face Painting business?
- Jens Advice: Be Passionate, Find Like Minded People, Plunge Forward with Tenacity
- Tried and True Parenting
- email Jen firstname.lastname@example.org
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