Kids won't remember what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel. So be the one that fills their cups verses knocking them over

Dear Parents, Educators, and Business Owners,

My name is Dr. Kortney Peagram and I am here to support you. I hear and see you. Running a business, changing careers, and raising children are full time jobs and, often, we are navigating in the dark. Let me be your sounding board, your support. I have been working in schools and corporations for over 11 years, building leadership skills, interpersonal skills, and social skills.

My focus areas are:

  • Emotional intelligence
  • Social emotional learning
  • Social skills
  • Bullying in school and the workplace
  • Kindness and empathy
  • Communication, trust, and conflict management
  • Group management and facilitation skills
  • Goal setting
  • Personal branding
  • Understanding technology and social media

My goal is to help you build your confidence, learn how to best manage different situations, have tools to develop kindness and empathy, and work on finding your balance. I love my work and I want to share all that I have learned in my podcast. I talk about strategies I have learned, books I have read, podcasts that add value, and I interview experts to give you more insight.

Working and balancing parenthood is a daily challenge and this is the place

to be your true self. Come join our tribe and let’s have a conversation, share a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, and talk “real talk” about being a working mom or parent.

Sending you lots of love and positivity,

Dr. Kortney Peagram

Learn more about parenting tips during COVID-19:Quarantive Parenting

The Working Mom: Life of a Bully Teacher Episode 10 Self-Care

This episode we talk about self-care and how to do small things to help you stay balanced during the holidays. This version is unedited and shares a lot of behind the scenes. To recap the lessons, here are the strategies to add some self-care to your life. 1. Get up an hour earlier than the rest of your tribe: You can journal, enjoy your coffee, think or organize your thoughts, or just be with yourself. I have found that getting up an hour earlier has helped me get more done with less time. My morning ritual is to get up,

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Finding More Time In Your Day

Finding time is something I still struggle with and try to find solutions to get more done with less. It is something that baffles me. As a leader, executive coach, professor, and a corporate trainer, I still struggle with time management. It is an uphill battle, the minute you have found a system or solution, something else gets thrown at you. I have tried every agenda, journal, system, and strategy. In the process, I have found my own equation to make the most out of my day. Below are some strategies that I have found helpful for me to find

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5 Tips to Add a Little Self-Care in your Life as a Working Mom 

Oftentimes as working moms, it is hard for us to really think about self-care. We try to push it off, make it super fancy, but it is really about doing something small that will bring us joy.  Here are my go-to tips to help with balancing life, work, and my crazy little family. Get up an hour earlier than the rest of your tribe: You can journal, enjoy your coffee, think or organize your thoughts, or just be with yourself. I have found that getting up an hour earlier has helped me get more done with less time. My morning

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Compassion is the radicalism of our time.

– the Dalai Lama

Keynote Speaking Engagement

The speaking engagements are interactive and customized to the audience. I work on developing stories that add value and new insight, I bring in content and activities to get your audience engaged, and I have strategies to get people motivated and empowered. My goal is to provide a message that has a deeper meaning to your organization, group, or school. I work on fostering connections during Keynotes by using my energy and passion. Below are some themes I did at past keynote engagements:

  • Building your career
  • Networking and building a support system
  • Cyberbullying and social media
  • Engaging your audience with experiential learning
  • Finding your passion
  • Building your dream business

Parent Coaching

These sessions are designed to help parents build healthy and strong relationships with their teenagers. We work on conflict management strategies, managing emotions, addressing challenging conversations, building confidence and self-esteem, recognizing bullying, and social media. We work on trust, communication, and breaking down the walls between the teenager and parent. Each session is between 30-60 minutes.

In the session, we go over strategies, tools, and talk about the best way to implement them. As your coach, I do email check-ins and give you recaps to keep you on track. I use leadership models and team building concepts to help you connect and grow with your child. I create a road map to help you navigate these years and give you the support you need. I use positive psychology, leadership models, and team building concepts.


My podcast is my safe place where I can share what I have learned and be open and honest about the struggles of being a working mom. I love my daughter and I also love my work, so it comes down to finding time to do both. This podcast is mixed with personal stories, my work experience, and insights from experts in all different fields. I want to be resource hub for you to feel connected, heard, valued, and safe. Please click the button below to subscribe to our podcast.
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