Isabel Isidro

Isabel Isidro is the editor of WomenHomeBusiness.com. She also writes for PowerHomeBiz.com and Learning from Big Boys .

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25 Lessons for Starting a Business

| June 12, 2011 | 0 Comments
25 Lessons for Starting a Business

Starting a new business is challenging. It is not easy. Here are 25 lessons for startup small business entrepreneurs and home business owners.

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Amy’s Kitchen: From Home-Based to Multi-Million Frozen Food Business

| March 14, 2011 | 4 Comments
Amy’s Kitchen: From Home-Based to Multi-Million Frozen Food Business

Learn how California couple Andy and Rachel Berliner started Amy’s Kitchen, the natural and organic frozen food brand, and turned this home-based business into a multi-million success.

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Lessons from the Success of the Kardashians

| February 18, 2011 | 1 Comment
Lessons from the Success of the Kardashians

The news sites and celebrities blog are all abuzz today announcing that the Kardashians made $65 million in 2010. Love them or hate them, that is some serious cash. Here are some business lessons that we can learn from the Kardashians.

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How to Start a Mobile Food Truck Business

| January 25, 2011 | 2 Comments
How to Start a Mobile Food Truck Business

The mobile food industry has seen a massive resurgence, especially in big urban areas such as Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., Miami and San Francisco. If you are looking to start your own mobile food truck business, here are 10 things to consider.

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Computer System Ideal for Work at Home Moms

| December 28, 2010 | 1 Comment
Computer System Ideal for Work at Home Moms

For work at home moms and entrepreneurs, the quality of your computer system is of paramount importance. Whatever business you are in, computers have become a must-have tool today.

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A Work at Home Mom’s On-the-Go Tools for Work and Productivity

| November 22, 2010 | 2 Comments
A Work at Home Mom’s On-the-Go Tools for Work and Productivity

When you’re a work at home mom trying to balance a business with family, it is hard to find time to work while taking care of a busy household. One option is to be very flexible and work at every opportunity you can — even if that means working in your car, in a coffee shop, or while the kids are finishing their ballet lessons.

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How Starting a Business Can Affect Marriage and the Family

| November 16, 2010 | 1 Comment
How Starting a Business Can Affect Marriage and the Family

Starting a business, in some instances, can be bad for families and relationships. When a family member (say a husband) starts a business, the whole family can be affected — and not always for the better. Here are some risks starting a business can bring to families and marriages:

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What Inspires Successful Women Entrepreneurs?

| November 2, 2010 | 2 Comments
What Inspires Successful Women Entrepreneurs?

What inspires successful entrepreneurs? What words of wisdom guide their actions and thinking? Paul Thornton in his new book “Leadership – Off the Wall” looks at the quotes leaders and successful women entrepreneurs post on their office walls and keep on their desks.

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What I Know Now About Success Book Review

| September 27, 2010 | 0 Comments
What I Know Now About Success Book Review

People succeed, not because they never make mistakes, but because they have the courage to overcome adversities and challenges. Even the most accomplished and successful individuals have fears and insecurities. They have their missteps as well. Read the review of the book “What I Know Now About Success: Letters from Extraordinary Women to Their Younger Selves.”

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Fiona King: Success with Washable Diapers

| September 24, 2010 | 5 Comments
Fiona King: Success with Washable Diapers

Looking to start a business? Follow Fiona King’s path to finding the right business: think of a better alternative to an existing product that does not meet your needs. She started her successful business TotBots after she got frustrated with disposable diapers, and developed a better alternative that consumers loved.

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