Please click button to get the parentpreneur edge book now. Juliea s book teaches you how to use your parenting experiences to build a business. Each chapter represents both a stage of development in parenthood and in business. My second year in business also saw the birth of my second child. It has been her ability to balance all of these roles and transfer that capability into a profitable workplace that has won her and her company- Applied Creative Technologies, Inc. By not erecting unyielding boundaries between the two and living my life holistically, I found that embracing the parallels provided an edge in business.
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Full of actionable ideas that, when adopted, will bring benefits to your business before you're even done reading the book! Q: What is your typical day and how many hours do you work per week please attribute business, personal, other. I realized the process that I went through when I was contemplating starting my company was similar to the steps I took in deliberating parenthood. In fact, I fought the notion for months before I finally took the plunge. Something that successfully illustrates that parenthood is clearly an asset to gaining the edge in business and success. As good fate would have it, one of my clients was searching for a vendor to develop a new production and warehousing system. You will learn how to know if your firing was legal and if you have a legal basis to reproach your company for laying you off. Synopsis Most people think you can't be serious about your business and also be a good parent.
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We are all natural winners, but although we have automatic levels of self-confidence and belief as children, these can often be lost as we grow up. Thanks for subscribing on or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Since she was only two doors down from my home office, I was also able to drop in and see her whenever I wanted. Information that is posted in these areas becomes public information and the use that any third party makes of this information is beyond our ability to control. Working parents share the same experiences and develop comparable skillsskills that can be drawn upon to provide an advantage in any business. As I raised my children and grew my business in parallel, the similarities became obvious and often humorous. Table of Contents Chapter 1.
As I began to get my feet underneath me with both my new roles, I noticed some crossing over. Having it All--Myth or Reality? We may also decline to process requests that are automated, repetitive, systematic, or impractical, or that might jeopardize the privacy of others. Finally, you will be shown which resources and tools are available to help you get back on your feet, finding a new job that utilizes your skills and training. Julie's book teaches you how to use your parenting experiences to build a business. When I first looked into her eyes, I knew I could not continue to travel at that pace. He started taking a computer programming class at night thinking he might be ready to change careers.
Full of actionable ideas that, when adopted, will bring benefits to your business before you're even done reading the book! The truth is, says Julie Lenzer Kirk, there are more similarities between these two roles than there are differences. The skills and talents developed through parenting are a mirror image of those developed and needed in entrepreneurship. The more people I have talked with, however, convinces me that many of the characteristics, and especially those that provide an edge, are not reserved for business ownership. My third year in business was a turning point—when everything changed. This is a necessary and inspiring book for anyone wanting a whole life. We may also ask for other information about you, such as your credit card information when you are making a purchase , interests, income, or education level.
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