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What my kids taught me about business today {at that park}

Earlier today, I walked three of my kids down to the park. The two middle kids rolled down a few hills, tossed the leaves, and played in the playground area. At one point, I walked over to watch them playing in the sand. My six year old daughter said, “See those kids over there? We […]

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Do you feel as though you need a 2nd or 3rd job, to get by now? You’re not alone.

Recently, I interviewed Rudy DeFelice of Bizinate, a website geared toward helping Americans become more entrepreneurial. The mission statement is as follows: Based in Los Angeles, Bizinate’s mission is to launch a million new startups. Bizinate.com is the easiest place anywhere for new entrepreneurs to start and run a business. I sat down with Rudy […]

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Successful mom business owner shares her tips

Interview featuring Christy, owner of TeachMy. You are really doing well with your product line. What’s your secret? Relentless passion! I have never listened to the ‘naysayers.’ I have continued  to drive my idea forward, stay focused and follow the course! You’ve managed to get your own products onto many big chain retail stores, online. […]

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October 29, 2012

“What is your favorite thing about owning a business?” {Women in Small Business Month}

In honor of National Women in Small Business Month, I invited our 2012 Gift Guide members (including one dad, yes!) to answer the following question: “What is your favorite thing about owning a business?” Here are the replies I received: The best part of owning my own business is being able to wake up everyday […]

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“My family and friends do not support my business. How do I move past this?”

Over the years I’ve met and chatted with hundreds of moms who run a business. There are so many common themes among all of us from our start-up stories to child care dilemmas and much more. Another common theme is this one: “My family and friends do not support my business. How do I move […]

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