sharon on January 9th, 2012

The other day a woman said to me that her family was trying to put her off from working at home because it doesn’t exist. When I hear stories like this I don’t whether to cry or scream. I want to cry because I’m thinking of the dream that is being snuffed out. I want […]

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sharon on October 20th, 2011

I’m a “lifestyle entrepreneur”. Ten years ago after the birth of my first daughter, I launched a contractor referral business from home. As a new mom, my spare time was limited. I wasn’t willing to work outside of my home or sacrifice time with my new family but I did need to earn an income. […]

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workathomesuccess on December 9th, 2010

by Guest Blogger Leslie Truex Sometimes in entrepreneurship, when sales start to fall and income drops, we start looking for magic keys and secrets to solve the problem. Unfortunately, seeking secrets (that usually don’t exist anyway) takes away from your business and ignores the knowledge and assets you do have. While it is important to […]

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sharon on December 6th, 2010

Today I found myself thinking back to when my kids were younger and remembered a particularly stressful day I’d had. I had recently embarked on a large programming project that became the most frustrating, stressful thing I’ve done since I’d been in business. I won’t bore you with the details, but suffice it to say […]

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sharon on November 29th, 2010

For many of us, telecommuting seems like the ideal situation. You wake up, shuffle over to your home office, work at your own pace. You take a break when it suits you, you end your day when you’re ready to. You can rearrange your work schedule to fit around your personal life. Or can you? […]

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sharon on September 22nd, 2010

Good luck with today’s listings! iPhone, Android, Pre and Blackberry developer needed Web Development Manager (Whidbey Island) part time office help needed Attention Experienced Sales People~ Rare Meaningful Startup needs 2nd Ruby cofounder engineer (PT OK) MetArt.com Seeks Graphic Designer Phone Pros: Leads + Product In Demand = 1st Yr $100K – $200K Potential SAT […]

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This week’s radio guest will be Shelly Gordon, Senior VP of G2 Communications. With a straightforward and focused approach to public relations, Shelly Gordon custom-designs media strategies that help each of her clients hit their precise target audiences. Gordon is experienced in all the disciplines of PR: developing PR plans with creative ideas; writing and […]

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Antoinette Kuritz turned her love of words to a multi-media enterprise. A Literary Publicist, Publishing and Media Coach, author, Host of Writers Roundtable Radio Show, KUSI-TV “Book Lady”, Founder of the LaJolla Writers Conference, wife-of-one, mother-of-three, grandma-of three, … and soon to be Publisher … is up-to-her-keyboard in the book biz. Antoinette is a voracious […]

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workathomesuccess on July 14th, 2010

by Guest Blogger Leslie Truex There is no big secret when it comes to working at home. Websites and bookstores are filled with the how-to, step-by-step details of what it takes to find a telecommuting job or start home business. Ask to hear the success story of a person working at home and you’ll hear […]

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sharon on May 26th, 2010

by Guest Blogger Leslie Truex One of the biggest excuses for not working at home is not having enough time. I’ve been known to complain about not having enough time myself. But the reality is there is enough time. The trick is in managing time. While everyone is busy with jobs, kids, commitments, bills, housework […]

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