Tips for Mom -The 5 P's of the “Mompreneur” Balancing Act

Recent studies have shown that over the past 30 years, more women have entered the “mainstream” workforce than ever before in American history. I used the term “mainstream” because I believe that women and especially mothers have been working and making great contributions to communities since the beginning of time. In the past 10 years there has been an evolution of women in leadHership positions a nd in most recent years the female entrepreneur/ business owner has been increasing in leaps and bounds. Between 1997 and 2006, fully women-owned, or majority women-owned business grew at nearly twice the rate of all U.S. firms (42.3% vs 23.3%). During this same time period, employment among wo

Small Business, Big Lessons

Would you sail the Caribbean Sea without a compass? Entrepreneurs are naturally risk takers and some might even say adventurous. But there is a difference between calculated risk and simply being unwise. When asked about their financial soundness, some (small business owners) might say, I’ve got it all in my head, I know what I’m doing. I don’t need a compass, I travel by the stars. But, what happens when a cloud covers the skies; can you see your way then? Columbus was a great sailor, but sunk many a ship and lost many a crew. Ask yourself, how much you are willing to lose? Do you have the right tools to navigate the complicated waters we call today’s economy? As a small business own

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