Item description for The Business Mom Guide Book: More Life, Less Overwhelm for Mom Entrepreneurs by Terilee Harrison...
All mom entrepreneurs know it's a challenge to raise their family and run a business, but hardly anyone talks about how they get it done.
Instead of continuing to live in overwhelm, Terilee Harrison decided to bring the insights, tips, failures, and successes from mom business owners that are getting it done so that we can all help each other. These courageous moms all shared their stories - what works for them as they run their business, little things they try to do to be the best mom possible, and how they still find time for themselves.
This book will assist and support you as you learn techniques being used daily by other moms who understand your unique challenges and concerns. You will think "what a great idea!" over and over again as you read this book. The Business Mom is helping mom entrepreneurs to get a life! You can have more life and less overwhelm!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.27" Width: 5.35" Height: 0.79" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing
ISBN 1932279369 ISBN13 9781932279368
Reviews - What do customers think about The Business Mom Guide Book: More Life, Less Overwhelm for Mom Entrepreneurs?
Women mean business! Oct 5, 2006
The business moms featured in Harrison's book share their practical tips and genuine insight of what it is like to raise their families while pursuing self-employed ventures. Her book provides her readers with a realistic view of the challenges these women face in balancing care-giving with their entrepreneurial lives. Owning a business is not easy, but these mothers and millions of other women today are helping to restore the "American Dream" that was promised in our future--one that is being slowly drained away due to the fact that wages have not kept up with basic living costs; and that often times both parents have to work ten hour days, six days a week. True, entrepreneurship involves long hours as well, but among the reasons that studies reveal that over twice as many women are starting businesses today are for the control and flexibility that their ventures provide them; enabling these business moms to arrange more time for their loved ones while doing fulfilling work. Read the book to be inspired to come join this unstoppable and continually growing women's entrepreneurial movement as this 21st Century unfolds! [...]