Robin Quackenbush on MomTV
Word of Mom is sharing a very painful and horrendous subject Thursday on MomTV. Robin Quackenbush is sharing her life and recovery from being a child prostitute at the age of 10. She not only survived, but works every day to bring to light the horrors of human trafficking and the far reaching effects. Her blog was originally the retelling of the story of how she found her biological dad as a human interest story letting people know that there is a happy ever after. Not feeling like she was giving back enough for having made it through and searching for a way to do so it just came natural to her to share.The impact it has had on her and her families lives is amazing. In her blog Robin tries to cover as many of the issues and effects of abuse she can and always looks for more resources and article ideas to cover. This is such an amazing story of survival and empowerment and I am honored to share Robin and her mission to stop child abuse. Be with us on MomTV at 12pmET/9amPT as we share this world-wide epidemic and what we can do to make it stop.
Raising CEO Kids founder Sarah Cook on BlogTalkRadio
Thursday on Word of Mom at 2pmET/11amPT Sarah Cook, Founder of Raising CEO Kids joins me on BlogTalkRadio. Sarah is a sought after speaker, business coach, systems strategist, and co-author of “The Parent’s Guide to Raising CEO Kids” (Aug 2011). She was the host of the CEO Kids Success Summit (2009) and the Cash Savvy Kids Summit (2010). Sarah has been featured on TV, and in blogs and on radio around the world as well as in Yahoo Finance and Reuters. Sarah has interviewed over 160 young entrepreneurs and most of their parents, uncovering the pillars and pitfalls of being a successful teen CEO. She works with parents who are often entrepreneurs to create success in business and in life both personally and in their families. In her book, Sarah discusses ways that teens as well as parents can turn their talents and motivation into money. When not working to grow businesses, Sarah can be found spending time with her husband and three entrepreneur kids, working out, reading, connecting with people on social media, finding the best deals on and off line or indulging in extra dark chocolate with chili peppers! Sarah’s websites are SarahLCook.com and RaisingCEOkids.com Follow Sarah on Twitter @SarahLCook or connect with her on Facebook at Facebook.com/SarahLCookCEO or Facebook.com/