Christina Weber observes that the insecurities of starting anything new, particularly your own business, can trigger comparisons. Be careful. Comparing can drag you and your business down. Discover some signals you are comparing and what to do about them.
Christina Weber describes the steps Christian women entrepreneurs can follow in order to take control of the hours they want to work.
As a Christian woman entrepreneur, you are interjecting sanity and order into the world. Christina Weber reminds readers, “you model how to put faith and family first, to give value to your customers, all while making a positive economic impact on your family’s budget and the world.”
If God is calling you to start or grow a business or ministry, it’s like that he’s also calling you into a deeper pruning process, so that he can use you more effectively in building his kingdom.
We may not be tasked with protecting the country or saving lives, but Theresa Ceniccola reminds us that as mothers, our work is important.
Theresa Ceniccola of the International Christian Mompreneur Network shares business lessons from an unlikely source — a football movie. [When the Game Stands Tall: Movie Review]
Is your personal and professional “package” communicating excellence, professionalism, success, and consistency — or are you screaming that you and your business are cluttered, average, and amateurish?
If you’ve ever been told to “enjoy the moment,” this is a must-read!
Growing professionally and personally doesn’t need to lead to conflict; it can help you be a better wife and mother.