Category: overcoming challlenges

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How To Overcome Challenges

Traci KnoppeToday I interviewed Traci Knoppe. She is another homeschooling work at home mom, who has gone after her dreams to make her home-base business work for her and her family. Today she is owner of an American website managment service company called Your Web Tech Team. It is “growing at a rate of 100% a month!”  Yes, she is doing what so many WAHMs are trying to do, and on this interview she tells us how she got there.

Traci gives specific tips on how to overcome your challenges but you’ll also glean  insights as she tells about her own personal challenges of depression, attempted suicide, divorce, and obesity. Click in now!

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FAQ Regarding Starting A Home Base Business

Those who aren’t serious about starting a business from home will seriously ask me questions like: I don’t have a lot of time or money, how can I quickly make a lot money working from home, become famous and have residual income for years to come while I’m vacationing with my family on the beach for six months of the year and still have enough money to retire by the age of 40?

How To Overcome the Overwhelm

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I just interviewed Momprenuer, Certified Divorce Financial Analysist, Lisa Decker (also known as Miss Money Matters); and OMGoodness what an inspiration!

For years she quietly worked for her husband’s business as she raised her 3 daughters. In one week she was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, MS, Wrinkled Retina Disorder and a few other illnesses!  In that same year she discovered her gifts  and within a couple of years became a nationally recognized resource consultant to CNN, Business Week, Good Morning and Oprah Magazine!

Listen to her inspiring story as she gives some practical tips about How to Overcome The Overwhelming.

WordPress vs. Blogger

screaming womanOkay, so WordPress isn’t as easy as Blogger. Yeah…I figured that last year when I started my blog, that’s why I went with Blogger to begin with. It’s a template, so you just type in your posts, upload your videos or photos, add on widgets by clicking a couple of buttons in settings, make it pretty with a third party application by clicking one button and you are in business!  WordPress, not so.

If you notice the huge gap in dates here it’s because I was busy familiarizing myself with WordPress. I gave up and decided to hire Jerry Levenger. He took care of my 2 week frustration in 3 days!!

Now I’m back on my own. There are still things to learn and so little time to do so….aaarragh! Between homeschooling, clients, radio show and feeding kids (breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner! A huge job by itself!) I am now learning WordPress;  plugins, html, ftp, permalinks…I just wanted a neat blog connected to my website….sigh!

Everyone says WordPress is so much better than Blogger. Maybe in terms of is functionality but definitely not it’s user-ability.  So far I’m thinking; if it’s not user-friendly what do I care about it’s many functions!

Fortunately, I’m always open to learning new things.  I’ll say the jury is still out.