Meet Neha

Neha lives in Houston, Texas with her husband and two beautiful children; a 3 1/2 year old boy and 8 month old girl.  As the owner of two businesses, she strives to empower women and help them succeed.

Q: Why did you become an Entrepreneur?

A: Before starting my first business 4 years ago I was commuting 90 minutes everyday. I quickly realized the life I was building, wasn’t the life I wanted, especially as we were planning to have our first baby.  Although I was hesitant to open my own business, I knew it could offer me the lifestyle I wanted and that I would be successful.  With the incredible support of my husband, I founded RecruiGyan, and after hustling, landed a Fortune 30 client.  From there I built the business to a healthy six figures, all while being a mom.  Last year, I started The Sleepy Cub because of my desire to help parents and give back to the community, as we give a portion of all our profits to a local women’s shelter.

Q: Tell us about your business.

A: The Sleep Cub offers pediatric sleep consulting packages for kids aged 0-5 years. I work with parents all over the globe to instill healthy sleep hygiene and empower them to make changes that help them be happier and well rested.

Q: What is your personal mission, or your big why?

A: My personal mission is to empower women.  I do that by helping parents be at their healthiest so that they form strong bonds with their kids and supporting our local Women’s shelter.

Q: How do you integrate work and home?

A: I prioritize and I delegate.  When looking at my to-do list, I complete tasks in order of priority.  I also delegate to my team so I can focus on the big picture and spend time with my family.  It has been hard for me to learn how to delegate, but I have learned healthy ways of sharing my work without being completely removed from the process. 

Q: What has been your biggest lesson to date as a business owner?

A: It is important to make time spend with family. I am a Type A personality and I like everything to be done perfectly, but I have learned how to give myself time without getting overwhelmed. 

My Key Take-aways: 

  • Entrepreneurship offers the amazing opportunity to give back to the community
  • Learning how to delegate can allow mompreneurs to experience the work-life balance they are looking for

If you’re interested in learning more about Neha and The Sleepy Cub, visit her website (www.thesleepycub.us) and watch her video to learn more about her and her business.  Also be sure to connect with her on Facebook or Instagram.