What is it Really Like Working with my Mom (Our 7-Month Update)

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If you’ve been here a while, you might have remembered that I hired my mom 7-months ago. Even though this update is long overdue, it’s finally here. Today, I’m joined by mom as we chat about the ups and downs of working together.


My mom and I share our thoughts on working together, what the hardest and our favorite parts are, and the most unexpected part about our working relationship. I also share why working with my mom encouraged me to work on my leadership skills, and why entrepreneurs need to dedicate uninterrupted time with a new hire (instead of just relying on SOPs). This is a fun episode with lots of takeaways about entrepreneurship, building a team, and supporting your employees, whether you choose to keep it all in the family or not.


Here’s a closer look at the episode:

  • What my mom thinks about working with me 7 months later
  • The hardest part about working with me for my mom
  • Why you need dedicated, uninterrupted time with a new hire
  • The hardest part for me working with my mom
  • Our favorite parts of working together
  • One thing we didn’t expect about working together
  • Why I had to really work on my leadership skills
  • My mom’s thoughts on hiring your mom (and why you shouldn’t rule it out)
  • The thing I’m most grateful about having my mom as a part of my business


“You can hire any employee to work for you but they will never treat your business like it’s their own. They will never love it as much as you do and they would never do as much work at the level that you’re going to do because it isn’t honestly their business. But my mom treats my business like it’s hers because she loves it that much. She loves me and wants me to succeed. And so I don’t think a regular employee would just do that honestly.”

– Latesha Lynch