Career Corner Archive
Christina share 5 simple scheduling tips for mom entrepreneurs to create your path to sanity and abundance.
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]
Ask what message you want to sell to your prospects and if everything you do is consistent with it. Take branding your business seriously.
Mary Wallace has embraced what it means to be a working Catholic mom
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.
Christina Weber has always benefited from learning from other mompreneurs. In your case, who is your greatest influence in your mompreneur journey?
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.
When questioned about what to tell her girls about working and motherhood at the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference, Dr. Mary Wallace ponders her answer. Was it enough? What would I tell the girls about the
Christina M. Weber offers tips for helping your mom business and your family finances to flourish.
Christina Weber offers biblical role models to inspire and inform today's "mompreneurs".
Having issues balancing work, family life, and relationships? Christina Weber offers some terrific, practical advice to keep life on track.
If you clicked on over to this post looking for tools and tips for moms who are working outside the home, then thanks for stopping by! You’re simply the best. But now I have an apology and,
Ouch! That old but familiar “comparing bug” stung me again. Yikes! It feels like a swarm of ants— only 100 times more irritating, nipping at my self-esteem. It’s been a while since I’ve seen him. I first
The Gospel of Luke gives us a clear definition of who our neighbor is, and how we are called to love our neighbor, illustrated by Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan. What a great reminder that our
I admit it. I enjoyed the last couple of weeks in my quiet office. While the kids were in school, I roamed the house with a cup of tea and a laptop in search of a change