Tag: work at home

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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Stay at Home Moms and Home-Based Businesses

| September 10, 2010 | 9 Comments
Stay at Home Moms and Home-Based Businesses

Women in business are becoming commonplace. What’s more, a significant portion of women business owners are those operating from their homes. Learn some tips on how stay-at-home moms can succeed with their home-based businesses.

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Is a Home Business Right for You?

| August 19, 2010 | 1 Comment
Is a Home Business Right for You?

Do you have what it takes to work on a business from your home? The truth is, not everyone is cut out to work from home. It is not as easy as a walk in the park, as some perceive it to be or some people may tell you about. Here are five traits you need to survive a home-based business.

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Top 5 Ways to Get the Best Out of Your Virtual Assistants

| August 12, 2010 | 1 Comment
Top 5 Ways to Get the Best Out of Your Virtual Assistants

Outsourcing your non-core business activities to virtual assistants brings along the additional responsibility to ensure that you get the maximum out of this model. Learn how to get the best out of your virtual assistants rather it’s easy if you follow these simple yet effective tips.

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Balancing Work and Family: 25 Tips for Home Business Moms

| May 26, 2010 | 1 Comment
Balancing Work and Family: 25 Tips for Home Business Moms

As work at home moms, our biggest challenge is finding the right balance between work and our families. Juggling the demands of our home-based businesses and raising our kids is tough, and many are finding it hard to juggle these two competing priorities. Learn 25 strategies on how to juggle our businesses and raising kids at the same time.

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Working from Home: Setting Up Your Home Office

| March 30, 2010 | 1 Comment
Working from Home: Setting Up Your Home Office

Working from home entails the creation of a space where you can do the work you need for your business. Whatever your space is, you need to make your home office as comfortable and as inspiring for you as possible. However, in order to make your home workspace work, it needs to be equipped with the right equipment to allow you to actually do your work.

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Work-Life Balance: Tips From Successful Small Business Women Entrepreneurs

| February 8, 2010 | 2 Comments
Work-Life Balance: Tips From Successful Small Business Women Entrepreneurs

When you start a business, the pressure of making the business work may compel you to work 24/7. You are hungry for new business and you feel the strong urge to prove that your business idea works. More importantly, you need to get the business start earning some money – and fast. As a result, […]

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Krystle Walsh: Turning Her Passion for Beads and Jewelry into a Thriving Business

| November 12, 2009 | 6 Comments
Krystle Walsh: Turning Her Passion for Beads and Jewelry into a Thriving Business

Even as a kid, Krystle Walsh has always been creative. She enjoys doing craft projects, such as beadwork, jewelries, painting and other artistic creations. However, she never realized that her passion could be turned into a profitable business. It took the prodding and encouragement of her family members for her to realize that her craft products […]

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Suzanne Meyer: Success in the Personal Greeting Service Business

| November 8, 2009 | 3 Comments
Suzanne Meyer: Success in the Personal Greeting Service Business

Moving to a new house can be an exciting experience — new life, new neighbors and even new friends. But it can also be a little daunting. There are transitional challenges, and the social and emotional changes can take some time getting used to. Suzanne Meyer started The Welcome Committee http://www.thewelcomecommittee.net to help welcome newcomers to […]

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Lisa Kothari: Success in Planning Kid’s Parties

| September 12, 2008 | 6 Comments
Lisa Kothari: Success in Planning Kid’s Parties

Lisa Kothari, founder of Peppers and Pollywogs, is a well known author and a nationally known party planning expert. Her book, “Dear Peppers and Pollywogs… What Parents Want to Know About Planning Their Kids’ Parties,” is a must-have for parents planning a party for their kids. Learn how Lisa started the business and how she is facing the challenges coming her way.

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