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Faith, Your Business and God

I interviewed 13 Christian entrepreneurs who seek God for their success through alternative methods. In other words they don’t just pray and read the Bible about being holy; they use vision boards, guided meditation, EFT, energy work and other methods to find out their purpose and how to make more money! Bringing spiritual awareness into your business is common sense for some but for many others they are only aware of the dog-eat-dog world in the name of business.

Listening to these interviews will teach you how to harness the power of the Holy Spirit into your business as you glorify The Father!

Qiana MartinShannon White, Deidre Hugley Mary Pittman, Paris Love

Rhonda Jones, Barbara McCandeless Demitrus Evans

Robert Smith, April Meese Jeane NewellJulie Lenzer Kirk

Rory Vaden

Motivation-Quotes for the Mompreneur

quotesIn my travels and conversations with mompreneurs I’ve noticed that we all have periods where we’re not very enthusiastic about our home-based businesses. There are times that we find ourselves bored or overwhelmed. One thing that I like to do is post a quote that inspires and motivates me. Here are some quotes that have encouraged me through some down times with a bit of business advice from me.

“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson

When a mom is given the opportunity to start a home business I always advise her to choose passion over money. With crying children, messy diapers, and 8-12 hour work days a mompreneur needs something to be excited about.

“I not only use all the brains I have, but all I can borrow.” –Woodrow Wilson

You exceptionally competent superwoman you! Don’t forget to delegate, barter, outsource and/or  ask for help.

“If you hype something and it succeeds, you’re a genius; it wasn’t a hype. If you hype something and it fails, then it’s just a hype.”–Neil Bogart

Mompreneurs, offer minimum and give extra.

“He is rich who owes nothing.” –Hungarian proverb

Forget about what “they” say, there is no such thing as good debt and bad debt. That’s like good poison and bad poison. In the end both kills you.

“The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you’re still a rat.” –Lily Tomlin

As a mompreneur you must determine what success means for you. If you allow the world to determine it for you you will be forever chasing it.

“When the horse dies, get off.” –Kinky Friedman

This  doesn’t mean give up. It  simply means react quickly to the fluctuating markets, changes in your industry, and your changes in your customer needs.

These quotes have been an inspiration for me. Do you have one that keeps you inspired?

Becoming a Work at Home Mom – How to Make the Change to Working from Home

Working from home requires discipline

Working from home requires discipline

Work at home moms usually aren’t created overnight. If you are like many moms who decide to work from home, you have probably been frustrated by juggling being a working professional with being a parent and managing your family life. You may have been on a quest to find the perfect work from home job for you.

Now that you’ve found the right opportunity, you may be wondering how you will adjust to your new life as a work from home mom. Not to worry, as it is possible to successfully transition from the corporate world to working from home.

Here are some ideas to help you make this transition and enjoy the best of both worlds, as a mom and as a working professional.

1. Set a schedule. One of the most difficult things in working from home is determining a schedule that will work for you and your family. You now have the freedom to work whenever you want, but you will need some structure in your day so you can get things done, and still meet your family’s needs.

2. Make childcare arrangements. Many work at home moms believe that, since they’re working from home to be with their children, they don’t need to use childcare. If you continue to use childcare, though, you will find you are more productive during your work day, and you’ll be able to give your children more of your attention when they come home. On the plus side, you won’t need to use childcare as often as you did when you worked outside the home.

3. Find other work at home moms to connect with. Whether you join work at home mom forums, or network with other work at home moms in your community, it’s important to have this kind of support. Moms who work at home face many issues that no other group does, and these support networks will give you an opportunity to learn from others’ experiences and share your own.

You will be successful as a work at home mom because you took the time to find the right job that will work best for your life. By using the above ideas, you will soon enjoy the sense of freedom that working from home brings. It is then that you will realize the best of both worlds: being a mom and being able to make a living from home.

For more tips on how to make the transition from working mom to work at home mom down load my awesome, free ebook, How To Get Your Business Up and Running in 30 days…even with a baby on your hip!

This article was written by Denise Willms.  Denise Willms is a professional article writer and owner of a busy article directory for work at home moms,

Thank you Denise and my God bless your family!