Finding Work-Life Balance with Tamara Loehr
Everyone is told to find a 'work-life' balance, however Tamara Loehr doesn't think this is healthy. As a successful entrepreneur, wife, mother, boss, and active global citizen she realized that balance was impossible. Instead she is blazing a new way by creating the blend of work and life. This has freed her up to become at all of them. Removing the barriers and segmentation in life has opened new possibilities of creativity.
In today's episode we talk about this new blend, creativity, being an entrepreneur, building businesses that give back, building an impactful life, defining your values, and finding your freedom.
About the Host
Michael Woodward is the founder of jumbleThink. The jumbleThink podcast focuses on telling the story of entrepreneurs who turned their dreams and ideas into reality. The podcast has been ranked number one on the business and career categories on Apple Podcasts. The show is also syndicated on 17 AM and FM radio stations nationwide. In 2018 and 2019 Michael was named an Icon of Influence by The New Media Summit as a leading podcaster. He also consults and speaks on topics including idea formation, innovation strategies, the art of simplicity, created purpose, and more.
Prior to starting jumbleThink, Michael owned a leading web design and development agency that built over 400 websites and web applications for small local businesses, international non-profit organizations, and Fortune 100 corporations. He has worked on projects for organizations like the
Crowdstrike, Stanford, California Community Colleges, and Duarte. Michael has also consulted with hundreds of other businesses through the Small Business Development Center at Butte College along with teaching courses on web design/development and marketing strategies. His passion is to help individuals and businesses make their dreams attainable through creative thinking/idea formation and strategy. Michael is married to Jennifer Woodward and father to Lucy and Lily. His passions include New York City (specifically Manhattan), playing and building guitars, running, reading, and dreaming big.