I had to learn this mantra: Get up. Again. And Again.

A female mobile tech entrepreneur’s story. They say that necessity is the mother of invention. And, in my case, this was true in more ways than one.I was getting my MBA at Emory University in Atlanta, at night, and working my corporate advertising job during the day. But my last semester, in the wake of the financial crisis, I was laid off....more

4 Everyday Expenses to Cut From Your Business’ Budget This Summer

For a lot of entrepreneurs, summertime can easily become a season to coast through, riding on the success of your winter and spring sales. It can also be easy to keep up your business’s spending habits, even if sales aren't at their highest, and find yourself in some serious summer debt, if you aren't careful. Keep it at bay with these budget-friendly tips!Skip The Latte...more

How to Transition From Being an Employee to an Entrepreneur in Four Easy Steps

As we dive into springtime, there may be some entrepreneurial thoughts floating around the cubicles of employees. If you have a strong idea in place, the new season may be the perfect opportunity to break out of the corporate world and venture into becoming your own boss and running a start-up. There’s no better time like the present to get your running start! But before you make the transition from employee to entrepreneur, keep the following tips in mind to make for a smoother shift.Communicate with your current boss....more

5 Rules for Becoming a Guilt-Free Momtrepreneur

No job description has more bullet points than a mom’s: nurse, teacher, nutritionist, accountant — not to mention the voice of innumerable storybook characters. It’s hard to juggle all this alongside a business, and you might feel like you’re always sacrificing something, whether that’s time with your kids, your business, or time for yourself (yes, that’s still a thing)....more

My first time was not that great!

                The first time I took my handmade dolls and leather home decor/ fashion designs from comfortable and safe studio out into the world, I was both excited and fearful.                 I had agreed to offer my creations at a local arts and craft show. ...more

Extraordinary Women Balancing Career and Motherhood

Can you imagine yourself living a life that exceeds all of your dreams? Consider these scenarios: 1) Performing live on stage before thousands of people applauding you for an encore; 2) Walking away from your corporate job to start a business that became more successful than you ever thought possible; 3) Opening a successful business that receives major media attention. Now imagine achieving any one of these things while simultaneously raising a family....more

3 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From "Frozen"

Even though it came out right around Thanksgiving last year, I can’t quite seem to “let it go” when it comes to the Disney film Frozen just yet. It can be pretty easy to dismiss Disney films as being for kids only, but these movies pack a pretty powerful punch when it comes to teaching lessons about friendship, family, and leadership....more
Wow ! Couldn't agree more I loved the way you have correlated the insights from the movie Frozen ...more

4 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Kidpreneurs

It’s pretty hard to go about your day without encountering a kidpreneur out and about, putting their newly discovered business savvy into action. Maybe it’s a group of kids sponsoring car washes on Saturday to help fund a soccer trip or your coworker’s daughter visiting the office to sell some candy bars for a fundraiser....more

Entrepreneur at the age of 7

Read the full post about Lily Harwick (age 7) and her company Lily's Looms. Lets help her get her business and dreams launched!http://stephperson.com/lilyharwick Stephanie Person ~ Rockin Mompreneurwww.StephPerson.com...more