Jody Moore is the owner and Lead Coach at Bold New Mom where she helps women with LDS values improve their relationships, their confidence and their lives. She believes that if you want to impact the world, the most effective entry point is mothers. She is honored to work with adult women as well as young girls helping them to become the next version of themselves.
Jody has a Master’s Degree in Adult Education and Training and she is a Certified Coach through The Life Coach School where she also works part time helping new coaches achieve their business goals.
Prior to becoming a full-time Coach Jody worked in a corporate setting as a Leadership Coach and Corporate Trainer. She currently resides in Washington State with her husband and four young children.
Jody and I had a great discussion about why moms are so important, and why she has chosen to focus on moms in her efforts to lend support and guidance. Jody is a mom, too, and she has learned great skills in the corporate setting that will help moms. In the corporate world, people get to have retreats, personality tests, and things that help with employee development, but moms need those kinds of things for their development, too! I have found that for myself I love reading business books because they help me learn to take care of myself, and be a better mom. It seems like corporate culture is one of those things that people understand and will pay big bucks to develop, but family culture is really the same thing. When we take the same tools corporations use to develop their culture, we can use them for our family culture!
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