Have you ever thought you’ll never be able to help your kid succeed in math because you’re just “not a math person”? Or maybe you suspect your kid is experiencing math anxiety and don’t really know what to do about it. Learn the truth about what a “math person” really is in my conversation with Allison Dillard, founder of Raise a Math Person and host of the new Allison Loves Math podcast.
Not only am I talking to Allison about what we can do to help our kids excel in math, but we’re also talking about how she made the quick decision to leave the career she loved in favor of the unknown of business ownership, due to the circumstances her family faced due to COVID.
About the Guest:
Allison Dillard is the founder of Raise a Math Person, a membership that helps parents to set their kids up for long-term success in math, STEM, school and life. She is also the author of Crush Math Now, an adjunct math professor at Irvine Valley College, the host of the Allison Loves Math podcast and a mom of three rambunctious elementary school kids.
Get Allison’s free gift, The 7 Secrets that Parents of Successful Math Students Know or learn more about Allison’s work at www.allisonlovesmath.com or on Facebook.
About the Host:
Janice Scholl has spent her entire career talking about money and business. Through her time as a commercial banker, consultant and mentor to budding entrepreneurs, she helped clients create solid business and financial strategies to help propel their business to success. While working with aspiring female entrepreneurs, Janice noticed that the same four themes kept repeating:
From these themes The Money, Career, & Motherhood Podcast was born. Now Janice spends her time helping mothers gain confidence and understanding about money, career, and business topics as they relate to motherhood and family – the way many women actually think about money. Janice loves helping mothers implement business and financial strategies within their families to help each family member thrive.
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