What’s the best business advice for mom entrepreneurs?

About three weeks ago, myMarketing Cafe partnered with Project Eve on a project to help mom entrepreneurs.  I posted a call for entries for information to help me write this blog post.  Our goal was to reach out to entrepreneurs from around the world and ask them one question.

What is the BEST business advice you would give to a mom entrepreneur?

Let me say we weren’t disappointed in the submissions we received.  The entries came from entrepreneurs spanning many industries.  Both men and women submitted their advice.  Some captured a compelling thought in one sentence and others shared inspiration in a couple of paragraphs.  I could tell that everyone put a great deal of thought into what they would say to encourage a mom entrepreneur to follow her dreams, and how to make life a little bit easier for herself on this journey. What is really exceptional is that the advice is easily applicable for all entrepreneurs, whether you are a parent or not.

I’ve taken the submissions and created a slide share. Each slide features a different entrepreneur with a snapshot of their business and their advice.  You have the opportunity to connect with all of these entrepreneurs by clicking on the “connect here” link on each slide.  We welcome your connections, because after all, growing your network by connecting to like-minded individuals certainly falls into “best business advice”.

Now it’s your turn! What’s your best business advice for mom entrepreneurs?

  • Marissa Buckley

    Wow! Excellent advice and many recommendations could be tied to belief. The advice from Terry Consulting Services is so important. If you can’t describe what it is you do and how it benefits customers, then you will have missed out on so many opportunities to inspire folks to buy from your business. You can use this advice in your current position to describe the value of the work you do and what it means to the company. Your boss will love it. Laugh at your insecurities from Elisa Marie Grzesiowski is fantastic. We all have insecurities and it’s so much better to laugh at them than to feel embarrassed by them. They no longer become insecurities, but quirks that make you unique. Thanks for collecting these and sharing them with me. I’ll share with my network so more can benefit.

    • Marissa Buckley Thanks Marissa! One of my favorites was “Little by little the bird builds its nest.” Everything we do takes us closer to our dream.