By Aliza Sherman, Danielle Elliot Smith
Entrepreneur bloggers Aliza Sherman (founder of Cybergrrl, Inc.) and Danielle Smith (founder of ExtraordinaryMommy.com) have joined forces to jot down a e-book that is helping ladies who're already mothers (or are brooding about changing into mothers sooner or later) the best way to take cost of the family/work stability via beginning their very own companies. As extra girls develop into "mompreneurs," there's an elevated want for a e-book that may disguise all elements of the way mothers can effectively begin and run a enterprise that permits them to generate income, pursue a career, and feature time to commit to the children to boot. This functional, straightforward e-book will draw on Aliza and Danielle's personal services and their interviews with mothers who've all started their very own winning companies. The e-book additionally comprises necessary information regarding the present substitute assets of investment for lady entrepreneurs.
About the Author-
Aliza Sherman is a profitable serial entrepreneur with over twenty years adventure beginning and operating businesses on the web. Aliza is the writer of 8 books; her most up-to-date is the total Idiot's advisor to Crowdsourcing, (Spring 2011). Aliza has been featured a variety of occasions in united states this day, US information & international file, CNN, CNBC, and been profiled in humans, Time, between others. She lives in Alaska together with her 4-year-old daughter.
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