Inner Mama Jenny Fenig Talks Life, Passion and Business

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Jenny Fenig wandered into a yoga class I was teaching a few years back…

Since that brief meeting, I’ve gotten to know her a lot better, and been blown away by how she’s evolved from stressed-out corporate titan to chilled-out mom, womens’ coach and entrepreneur. In our interview below, she shares her story:

You can connect with Jenny at:

And, I’m guessing she’ll be swinging by the comments here if you have any questions you’d like to throw out for her.

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8 responses

8 responses to “Inner Mama Jenny Fenig Talks Life, Passion and Business”

  1. Miranda says:

    Wow! Entrepreneurship is the most intense personal growth path you can walk! Having worked in startups and with solopreneurs and now starting that process myself, this may be one of the most important ideas to take into account and recognizing that might be the difference between being able to grow your ideas and business or having them stagnate.

    • Jenny Fenig says:

      Hi Miranda!
      Glad my comment about entrepreneurship being the most intense personal growth path resonated with you. It’s so true! Not for the faint of heart.

      Pulling for you!

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  3. Megan says:

    OK… as soon as this video’s over I’m going to email Jenny to find out what her rates are!

  4. I’m loving these video interviews, Jonathan! The content is inspiring personally, but I also love the idea of doing interviews like this. Would you mind sharing what software you are using to record and publish the video? I assume the connection is Skype?
    Thanks on both fronts!

    • Jonathan Fields says:

      Hey Kivi, I use skype with the Call Recorder plugin on a mac. Plain and simple and it works like a charm.

    • Jenny Fenig says:

      Hi Kivi –
      Speaking from the interviewee, the technology worked really well. Felt like we were in the same “space” and allowed for a free-flowing exchange of ideas.