Female Founders Breaking Boundaries

Why I Don't Drink the Kool-Aid (about EOS)

March 10, 2022 Casey Gromer Episode 46
Female Founders Breaking Boundaries
Why I Don't Drink the Kool-Aid (about EOS)
Show Notes

There was a point in time where it clicked for me that the entrepreneurial operating system (EOS) was not geared toward the women entrepreneurs who are shouldering the home responsibilities while running their business, but rather to the male counterpart who are encouraged to work long hours and travel away from home. That’s why episode 46 of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries is about why I don’t drink the kool-aid!

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In this episode of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, I’m sharing the story of how I found my calling to help myself and other women who are struggling to make things work in a system that was not created for them and how this realization inspired the creation of She Suite Boutique. Some of the things I cover in this episode are:

  • Celebrating Melissa Wirt, founder of Latched Mama for creating breastfeeding safe clothing and for supporting working moms before and during the pandemic. 
  • Where the EOS system lacks in taking into account the ways in which women specifically need to approach and run their business. 
  • How I approach programs and frameworks within my own business and with my clients. 
  • What I actually like from EOS and what i think they are still missing.
  • My positive thoughts and praise for Melisa Galasso’s list of 100 adjectives to describe women. 



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