It’s November 1st, which marks National Entrepreneurship Month. It is an annual event in November that celebrates innovators, job creators and risk-takers. It’s a time to recognize their contributions to our economy and society.
This month is an opportunity for us all to celebrate the power of entrepreneurship, worldwide!
October 23rd is Make a Difference Day. The world is changing. There are moms who need help than ever before. In the past, moms who needed help would have had to go out and find it for themselves. But now there are many organizations that are dedicated to helping those in need. These organizations use a variety of strategies to make a difference in the lives of those they serve.
I held my highly anticipated Ultimate Mompreneuur Brunch Event on October 2nd, 2022. The event was sold out and highly successful. It filled my heart with joy to see other mompreneurs having fun, networking and sharing about their experiences.
The key to becoming a successful entrepreneur is learning how to navigate those risks. So today, let’s look at three of the potential risks you can face in business.
Do you have a vision for your business? Vision is the entrepreneur’s ability to see possibilities where others see impossibilities. It’s the entrepreneur’s ability to see what others cannot.
In the context of business, Innovation is a process by which a domain, a product, or a service is renewed and brought up to date by applying new processes, introducing new techniques, or establishing successful ideas to create new value.
I’m sure we have all experienced what 2020 had to offer. For some of us, it was challenging. For others, it was rigged with opportunities. Most of the business owners who thrived through this unexpected pandemic were the ones who planned and who had strategy in place.
Deep down, nearly every one of us wants to be an entrepreneur. However, forgoing your weekly paycheck to follow your true passion takes lots of self-confidence. Many of us lack that confidence. Therefore, a great portion of our lives may be spent working to build someone else’s wealth. If that confidence was instilled within us at a younger age, we might all have the courage to open up a business. Give your children the opportunity to truly be in charge of their lives by encouraging […]
It is hard enough to start your very own home-based business, but it is three times as hard to do it when your husband or partner is not supporting your venture. You may need him to watch the kids to meet a deadline or to help out getting supper on the table when you need to deliver fifty gift baskets first thing the next morning.But many moms find that their husband just won’t help out or even offer any emotional support when it comes to starting a home business. But why is this?Some hus […]
As a woman (especially a mom) entrepreneur, it may be hard at times to realize that extra income that is needed to take care of your family. I know for sure I went through a few years of little or no income coming in. During those times, it is hard to be in a creative mode. However, if you take a moment to look at your situation, you will find that you CAN create a business from where you are! That is how I created Kingdom Women International, a personal development and consulting company f […]