Item description for Work@home: A Practical Guide for Women Who Want to Work from Home by Glynnis Whitwer...
Overview As the trend in home-based businesses surges to over 53 percent of the small business population, this book is a timely, practical guide for readers wanting to transition from a corporate workplace to working from home. It offers help with all aspects of the transition.
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Studio: New Hope Publishers - Arise
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.46" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.68" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Feb 21, 2007
Publisher NEW HOPE PUBLISHING #351
ISBN 1596690445 ISBN13 9781596690448
Availability 0 units.
More About Glynnis Whitwer
Glynnis Whitwer, executive director of communications for Proverbs 31 Ministries, is a regular contributor to "Encouragement for Today," the Proverbs 31 email devotional, reaching over a million women each day. She is the author of" I Used to Be So Organized," "When Your Child Hurts," and "work@home: A Practical Guide for Women Who Want to Work from Home," and the coauthor of "Everyday Confetti." Glynnis, her husband, Tod, and their five children live in Arizona. She blogs regularly at www.glynniswhitwer.com.
Reviews - What do customers think about Work@home: A Practical Guide for Women Who Want to Work from Home?
Great Book! Jul 10, 2008
This is an incredible book which simply lays out all the steps for working from home. Whitwer brings up many hurdles women might face that you might not normally think of. Best of all, Whitwer approaches each topic in her book from the perspective of putting God first and getting your priorities straight. She gives a very realistic picture of preparing, transitioning, and working from home. I highly recommend this book!
Work at home ideas Jul 5, 2008
Not a lot of new information out there on working at home. Either you have an idea or you don't. This is a rehash of the subject.
Informative May 23, 2008
Similar to the LLA stuff. Not bad. Give me a call if you're interested in working from home and found this book useful.
Great Resource Apr 7, 2008
This has to be one of the best books I've ever read on beginning and running a home-based business...and I've read plenty. Author Glynnis Whitwer packs this book full of information that is useful to the newbie as well as the seasoned home-based business owner. Her chapters include such helpful topics as understanding your call to work at home, realities of working at home, the real cost of work, creating a transition plan and a business plan, balancing work and home and setting up a home office. Plus she offers practical tips on time management and different home-based business opportunities.
I've worked at home for over 10 years now and I still found new ideas in this book that I could implement to help improve my business.
Work @ Home is a one-stop-shop of advice and tips for women who want to work at home. I highly recommend it!
Very Religious Mar 26, 2008
I haven't finished this book yet, but don't know if I will. It may have some good advice, but I don't know if I can get past all of the religious references in order to find it. If you are not a religious person (and particularly if you are not Christian!), this is not the right book for you. It was NOT clear to me at all that this book was so focused on God and Christianity. If you are Christian, you might like it; I am just annoyed that this was not made clear (I don't even think it was mentioned) in the book's description. (Note: If I had read the first reviewer's comments more closely, I would've seen some references to God, so perhaps this was my fault for not reading everything more closely, but I usually don't have time to absorb every word in a long review!)
Again, the book may have some good information on the topic that was advertised (women working from home), so I feel bad giving it only 1 star. But I just don't think the advertising and description of the book are accurate or complete and wanted to make sure future purchasers are aware of this before they buy.