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Feature Friday | Jeanette Tapley

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MEET JEANETTE.

It is Friday and it is time to feature someone we love who inspires daily.
Meet Jeanette! She is a woman who wears many hats: wife, mama, friend, entrepreneur and dreamer. 

Jeanette resides in New Braunfels, TX and is the Podcast Host of It's Time For Coffee. 

Tell us more about what you do and how you empower the community of women around you.
I interview women asking them to tell me their stories in hopes that listeners and friends will see that they are not alone no matter what stage of like they are in. I also desire women to know that they are heard, valued and loved.

Who or what inspires you?
Well, first my kids and my husband Jesse inspire me. They inspire to continue to push for greatness...it's what I want them to do, so I need to set that example. I also have some pretty amazing friends. From entrepreneurs to homeschooling moms they are women who lift others up, who don't see competition but see room at the table for everyone. They are women who don't let me sulk for long but push me towards Jesus and inspire me to be a better wife, mom, friend and everything in between.

What are you most proud of in the work that you do?
I LOVE bringing people together. I love when a listener reaches out and says they feel connected to me or a guest. Building friendships is what I love most about this job.

Share with us more about your passion for connecting and creating community?
My aim with all my ventures is to ensure that people know they are valued, loved, and not alone, no matter what stage of life they are in. My community is from all over the world, & while I may not know them in person, we function like we’re great friends. My followers are mostly young women in all different stages of life from learning how to live on their own to young moms wondering why motherhood is so isolating to wives looking for ways to spice up date night. Through all of this my hope is that we have built a community.

One last thing to live by,

"All you need is 20 seconds of insane courage and I promise you something great will come of it."

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