Episode 109
Resilience in Ruin – How Kara Charron Rebuilt Her Life and Business After Losing It All
In this episode, Kara Charron, a successful entrepreneur, shares her inspiring story of overcoming personal and professional setbacks with podcast hosts Jessie and Angela. Having built a multimillion-dollar business, lost it all, and then rebuilt it, Kara speaks candidly about her journey. As a mother, she juggled her responsibilities and faced the burnout from working and being a mother. When her business came crashing down, Kara and her family moved from their luxurious mansion to a small house in a town, representing a new beginning. Despite having to file for bankruptcy and face debt, she recalls the support from her husband who highlighted the importance of their family above all. Using this period as an opportunity for personal growth and reconnection with her children, Kara turned her life around by investing in personal development and learning more about internet marketing. She successfully navigated the challenges and mindset blocks that came her way and emerged stronger, ready to guide other entrepreneurs on a similar path.

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About The Hosts

Co-host of the Marketing Moms podcast, Jessie is also the owner of Valle Media, LLC, a company that helps small businesses with their digital marketing strategies, sales funnel conversions, and tech training. She began her business in 2016 after becoming a mom and deciding she wanted to work from home to spend time raising her two children.

As well as being the co-host of the Marketing Moms Podcast, Angela is also the owner of Technical Geekery, LLC, a service business that provides development and support for businesses using the WordPress and Shopify Platforms. She started her business journey in 2014 and Technical Geekery was founded in 2017. 

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