Michaela Schell

Michaela Schell
Michaela, along with her husband Jarrod, raise their three young children in Fargo. Michaela grew up on a farm in Western North Dakota, where she developed the strong value of a good day of hard work. So now she rarely sits still. You will find her leading a large network marketing team with Rodan + Fields and running her own training and events company, which developed the Limitless Conference for small business owners. She also loves public speaking and jumps at the chance to share her journey and teach others. You could say she has a passion for growing things... businesses, plants, and people, and feels most blessed to be able to run her businesses from home while growing her family. Michaela hopes to inspire other moms to build businesses and be proud of their personal and professional lives. So often we as moms find ourselves being wrapped in guilt... guilt of working instead of being home with our kids, guilt of being home with our kids and not working, or guilt of being stressed and frazzled trying to do both. But, she believes there is no such thing as balance and if we love our kids and love our careers, both will turn out just fine.

I Didn’t Have a Hobby & I Regretted It

You know those forms you fill out. The ones that somewhere invariably ask: “What are your hobbies?” ________________. I usually stare blankly at that line. Hobbies. Does keeping three kids alive count as a hobby? Ha!...

Should You Join That Network Marketing Company?

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A Note to Dads on Valentine’s Day

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I Deleted My Social Media Apps

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Filling the Mom Resume Gap

I applied for a job a few months ago. As a stay-at-home mom, I was a bit nervous about my resume gap. I didn't get the job. (Don't worry, I'm okay about it.) But,...
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Dear Diary, I’m in the Muck.

An entry from my journal: July 15, 2020 I’ve been feeling guilty and frustrated with myself lately. I have had a hard time getting out of bed in the morning, a hard time feeling eager about...
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Top 5 Family Hiking Spots Near Fargo

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How to Create a Zero-Contact Neighborhood Food Drive

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Working Mom Guilt: Let it Go and Open Your Eyes to the Good

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How I Stopped Yelling to Start the Morning Off Right

Get your shoes on. Get your shoes on!! GET!!!  YOUR!!!  SHOES!!!  ON!!!! Our mornings nearly always went something like that. The kids being poky. Not listening. Me repeating myself. Me eventually yelling. Every. Single. Morning. And the most shameful...
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