Episode 28: Prioritizing Your Career, Family, and Self
“Something is going to go lacking. You can’t have it all.” — ReShea Balams
Does work life balance really exist?
Helen sits down with ReShea Balams to answer this question. She runs her own business all while taking care of her two young children as a widow. Where does taking care of herself come into play?
Often, we feel so much pressure to grow our businesses as an entrepreneur, be the best parents to our children, be financially successful, and be the best at whatever else society tends to define for us. But ReShea has written her own manual for how to best manage her family, career, and personal well-being.
What we tackle in this episode:
Balancing time between entrepreneurship, family, and self
Making tradeoffs between making more money vs having more time
The ingrained notion of “having it all”
The difference between financial success versus career success
Prioritizing time to take care of yourself
GUEST: ReShea Balams
ReShea Balams focuses her practice on personal injury litigation. Over the past several years, she has represented individuals and families in serious personal injury cases in the Atlanta metropolitan area. ReShea graduated summa cum laude from Spelman College with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, and obtained her Juris Doctorate from The University of Alabama School of Law. Prior to opening The Balams Firm, ReShea represented insurance companies, self‑insured employers, and third‑party administrators. ReShea now utilizes her insurance experience to successfully advocate on behalf of her injured clients.
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HOSTED BY: Helen Ngo
Music by Muciscal_Chef
Track title: “Motivational Happy”