Have you ever felt awkward answering your kids questions about sex? Well my guest today knows exactly how you feel. Amy Lang teaches adults how to talk about sex and sexuality to kids. She has been an educator for more than 25 years, and has a...
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Have you ever felt awkward answering your kids questions about sex? Well my guest today knows exactly how you feel. Amy Lang teaches adults how to talk about sex and sexuality to kids.
She has been an educator for more than 25 years, and has a degree in adult education. And volunteered as a sexual health educator.
In 2005 she decided to put the two together, and her company, Birds and Bees and Kids was born.
Today Amy teaches adults how to talk to kids about sex and sexuality so they can grow up to be whole, healthy adults.
And, I know you’re disappointed… but today instead of talking about sex we’re going to talk about the super successful business that Amy has built, the mistakes, and what she has learned along the way.
I absolutely love talking with Amy. She’s down to earth, funny, and never takes herself too seriously.
I want to call particular attention to this phrase that Amy slipped in - she said, “I didn’t envision myself as an entrepreneur because I just wanted to help people.”
Ladies, you can be an entrepreneur AND help people. In fact, you can help LOTS of people. Just look at Oprah Winfrey. Incredibly successful entrepreneur, and HUGE impact helping millions of people. So if helping people is what you want to do, then be an entrepreneur, and make money. The more money you make, the more people you can help.
And ladies, I know you want to have a big impact in the world, and I hope you will open your arms up wide to being an entrepreneur and making the money you need to support your big vision.
And remember, Amy’s big ask is a connection to someone at the high levels of organizations like Girl Scouts or Campfire so she can increase the size of the audience she reaches and the number of kids she impacts.
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Website Birds & Bees & Kids
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