Women In Business Series

When I starting blogging, it was to talk about my life as mom and entrepreneur, or Momprenuer as I like to call it. It was to celebrate all that women, not just moms, can aspire to do in business, motherhood, and life. However, I haven't done much telling you about my business, or how I have made the switch to from corporate to small business world. Truth is, it is a work in progress everyday for me. I have been very fortunate enough to gain the clients I have for my marketing business through referrals and friends. There will come a day very soon, (very soon) where the public will eventually be able to see what I do and the things I have helped create. For right now, I stick with my handful of fabulous clients, until I know I am strong enough to make this business grow even further and as big as I want to make it. I have to know my limits and what I can do to be successful and not make a mess of it! So, while I grow, I look at, and sometimes model what other women-owned businesses are doing to make them as successful as they can be. In showing my support and love for these women, I wanted to take the time to feature all of the fantastically crazy, hard working, and of course AWESOME women who are blowing up the business world! Yesterday, I put a feeler out there on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to see what kind of attention is would stir up, and OMG, the response was great! Thank you to all those women who have reached out, and I will be back in touch to each one of you shortly! Here are the details: Every TUESDAY, for as long as you have me, ( no really, I am starting it out for 3 months) Women In Business Series feature will be on my blog.

Women in Business Series

You can find out all the details here including the media kit and the form you will need to fill out. Please feel free to share and pass along to any fabulous women that are running their own business's and taking a step to empower all women to make a difference in the business world! Thanks to everyone who has shown interest and thanks for being a women business owner who are helping to pave the path for others!  




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