#178 – Girl Boss Chat with Kariss Farris

#178 – Girl Boss Chat with Kariss Farris

Who is my favorite Girl Boss/Mom Boss? My daughter, Kariss Farris.  Kariss and her husband, Joshua, own a photography business – while also boss-parenting two adorable little people! I think my daughter is a ridiculously great photographer and a ridiculously great mom too. Kariss is right in the middle of growing a business while she is raising children and in our chat she explains the ins and outs of making her boss-life possible.  We talk about the importance of sacrifice, systems, and assistance, as well as how she came to feel free to take the leap of working for herself!

 

Kariss specifically shares some of her favorite apps, as well as tips and tricks for getting things done.  How did she and her husband know when to hire help? How did they afford to hire help? With two children under the age of three, when exactly does she work? Nitty gritty people.  This episode is all about the nitty-gritty. And the discussion happens with baby-coos in the background. It doesn’t get any better than that.

I’ve had so much fun interviewing women entrepreneurs for the series on Girl Bosses but my interview with my daughter is special for obvious reasons.  Not only is she is my daughter and I’m proud of how she’s killing it as a mom, wife, and business owner, but she’s young.  Whatever your age, “girl-bossing” is possible.

Do you have entrepreneurial dreams? Well guess what? Those dreams are possible whenever you get ready to make them come true.

Highlights from Today’s Episode:

  • Girl Boss/Mom Boss resources galore!
  • How to maximize your gifts.
  • The importance of sacrifice.
  • The cutest baby sounds.

Quotes:

Resources From Today’s Show 

Let’s Talk!

After you’ve listened to the podcast, I’d love to continue the conversation. Be sure and leave a comment!

  1. Is it time for you to make the leap and work toward becoming a girl boss?
  2. What can you do to maximize your resources so you are free to maximize your gifts?
  3. How can you implement effective systems?

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  1. Sharon G June 27, 2018 at 3:33 pm - Reply

    This chat was so inspiring! So many great points were made. I enjoyed listening to mom and daughter chat. As a mom of two adult daughters, who are also ‘creatives’, it was just a pleasure to listen in. Chrystal just before I started to type my comment while listening to the last few minutes of the chat, I heard you acknowledge how proud you are of your daughter. That’s just what I was thinking! In fact I am so proud of both of you for sharing your own experiences both challenges and successes! Praise God! I love the points made about getting help. Sometimes as women we forget it’s okay to even ask for help, and by all means if you can hire out, do it! It’s a good thing! Thank you for sharing! By the way, PHarris photographs are amazingly beautiful!

    Sharon G.

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