Christina M. Weber Archive
"I felt being called to own a business or ministry, but fear sacrificing my family’s needs". Are you a hesitant mompreneur? Read how to deal with the gamut of fears every mompreneur wannabe encounters.
Christina share 5 simple scheduling tips for mom entrepreneurs to create your path to sanity and abundance.
Ask what message you want to sell to your prospects and if everything you do is consistent with it. Take branding your business seriously.
The key to making these funding strategies for your business work is to have a well thought out business concept and plan and to stick with a defined funding schedule.
Many pretend there are no costs involved in starting a business or that the entry point is so low everyone’s able to absorb them. Here's the truth behind it.
Christina Weber has always benefited from learning from other mompreneurs. In your case, who is your greatest influence in your mompreneur journey?
Being a successful business owner and mother entails finding the right ways to supervise your kids. Here's how to crush the belief that you can’t be good at both.
Do you focus on your high payoff activities? High payoff activities are actions that make you squirm just a little. Here's how to tackle them.
You don’t need to suffer the consequences of the four goal setting mistakes I’ve learned the hard way. Here's how to avoid them.
In this second part of a series, mompreneur Christina Weber talks about the basics on how to become a mompreneur.
Want to become a mompreneur but clueless how to start? Here is the first of two parts on the ABCs of how to become a mompreneur.
The same talents successful mompreneurs have also foster wisdom, courage, and love when dealing with their most significant life events.
Moms can look to mompreneurs for the secret to finding that perfect mix of work and play this summer. Here are 5 steps to have fun while still getting a lot of things done this summer.
A review of the TV series, "When Calls the Heart", about a young school teacher from a wealthy Eastern family who migrated from the big city to teach a school in a small coal mining town in
Here are some kid-engaging, easy-to-implement play ideas every mompreneur could use to have fun with the kids this summer.