Articles tagged with: Mompreneur
I saw this article this morning about the "uproar" over Marissa Mayer's claim that she is only going to take 2 weeks of maternity leave when her identical twins are born later this year.
Honestly, who are we to judge her?
How can someone who hasn't even met her decide that she is doing something "wrong"?
How can we be so bold as to tell someone how to be a mother? (Unless they ask of course, which in this case…..NOT)
I can understand the writers concern over "young" women possibly being influenced by this, …
Business, Mom Stuff, Public Relations »
Some people think that just having a super cool product is enough to make people want to buy it. Maybe you have done your research and know your customer, packaged it super cute, posted it on your website, sold it to a store or two and are now waiting for the rest of the world to find you. Good for you for getting it done and out there……but now comes the fun….. and hard part.
I know that a lot of you are thinking, “What is she talking about? …
Interview with Carley Knobloch – Creator of Mother Craft Coaching
Q: What is your name? Carley Knobloch
Q: Company name and website? Mothercraft: Coaching the Modern Mom
Q: We launched in: Feb 2007
Q: What is your business or what do you sell?
I help moms manage their crazy schedules, create unique career choices that work for them, parent purposefully, and live extraordinary lives.
Q: Who or what was the inspiration behind your company?
When I became a mom, I felt like I had a lot of resources to teach me how to be a good parent …
Business, Entreprenette, Innovative ideas, Interviews, Kids, Life Coach »
Posted by Sarah Shaw | Entreprenette | Simply Sarah
I am so excited! I was interviewed on the MS. CEO Radio show earlier this week.
If you want to learn how I launched my first handbag line and got tons of press for myself then tune in to Build it with Buzz.
Guest post by Sally Sampson – Author, Cookbook Writer, Mother
Father’s Day arrived just a few weeks after my husband and I separated. I wasn’t quite ready to cut the strings as far as my children were concerned so I invited him over for a Father’s Day dinner with his favorite foods. I planned on grilling and as luck would have it, there was a torrential downpour. I schlepped the extra grill, a small Smokey Joe, to the floor of the covered front porch and squatted down so that I was …