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Monday, October 19, 2009

Join the Work at Home Girls!

If you read my bio or have seen any interviews I've conducted, you'll know I'm a work-at-home-mom with a business as a web designer and marketing consultant along with my career as an author. It hasn't been easy building this business for the past 10 years, and I wish someone had been there to coach me when I began.

Well, now there is!

If you are thinking about starting an at-home business or already have one and struggle to keep it productive or successful, these ladies are here to help.

Jill Hart, founder of Christian Work at Home Moms ( and the author of So You Want to Be a Work at Home Mom? and Mary Byers (, author of Making Work at Home Work, have joined forces to create The Work at Home Girls. They have developed a teleseminar series for moms who work from home.

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Tonight was their second live program that lasted for an hour. But don't worry. If you missed them, the two previous sessions are available via podcast and the handouts will be sent to you when you buy the 4-set package.

Tonight's topic was "Realistic Expectations: What You Need to Know about Working from Home Successfully."

From this session, you'll learn:
*The Toughest Thing about Working From Home
*Developing an At-Home-CEO Mentality
*6 Childcare Strategies to Lighten the Load
*Setting Policies to Insure Your Success
*Adopting the Seasonal Approach to Growing Your Business

If you'd like to learn more, or register for the program, go to If you register for all four sessions, you'll get the first two programs in a MP3 format so that you won't miss anything. Hope you'll join!

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