What if having children wasn't a speed bump on your career path—but instead, was a way to find and rock your superpowers as a working mom?

(Pssst: It is.)

Motherhood can be—

A way to inspire you to negotiate for more money.

An incentive to get the flexibility you really want.

A path to create a truly equal partnership at home.

Allyson Downey, CEO of weeSpring and author of 'Here's the Plan.: Your Practical, Tactical Guide to Advancing Your Career During Pregnancy and Parenthood,' has created a video workshop to help working moms achieve their goals at work and at home—turning the very real constraints of motherhood into specific strategies to work more effectively.

In this four week video class, you'll learn the exact techniques that thousands of successful working moms use. You'll—

—Identify your short and long-term career goals and take action

—Find your professional superpowers and use them to transform your approach to work

—Feel more in control of your day-to-day at work and at home

—Deal with mom guilt, and learn how to use it to your advantage

—Learn the exact techniques experts recommend to negotiate for more money, flexibility and opportunity

—Access printable to-do lists made especially for busy working moms, and time-saving worksheets

—Recharge with an exclusive meditation podcast to center you during stressful times

Class includes—

4 weeks of daily video classes (20 lessons!) to inspire you in setting big goals, and learning from the experts on how to get there.

Interactive assignments that will help to dramatically advance your career in only four weeks.

Printable worksheets and exclusive to-do list planners to help you work more strategically.

Q+A with course instructor, Allyson Downey.

Exclusive access to an ongoing, supportive community of inspiring working mothers.

A free copy of Allyson's book—'Here's the Plan.: Your Practical, Tactical Guide to Advancing Your Career During Pregnancy and Parenthood.

Exclusive, downloadable MP3 of Mindful Meditation for Working Mamas.

Lifetime access, anywhere, anytime—available on desktop, mobile, and tablet.

You've got this, mama. Let Motherly + Work It show you how.

Thanks so much for your interest in Motherly Classes. We will be relaunching them this spring — please stay tuned for an announcement.

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