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Old 7th May 2007, 10:26 AM   #1
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Default Mompreneurship: A Path To Success

Our last episode of The Small Business Trends Radio Show featured the subject of mompreneurship. The show was titled "How To Be A Successful Mompreneur."

Our featured guest, Tara-Nicholle Nelson, provided her inspirational personal story along with insights and tips for women to empower themselves and create successful businesses that afford them the ability to work from home while raising their families.

Tara was a 16-year old single mother of two in the Central California Valley. She defied the odds and completed bachelorís and masterís degrees in psychology at California State University. She lost 60 pounds, left an abusive marriage, and graduated from the Berkeley School of Law.

As a 25-year-old single mom, Tara hadnít worked in three years and had only $3,000 to her name. Nevertheless, she triumphed in the expensive real estate market and successfully purchased her first home.
For anyone interested in this particular topic, Tara's show contains valuable information to get you started on the path to success and her story is an inspirational one, that I'm sure many women can relate to.

I'd love to hear from women who have become mompreneurs! If you have any additional advice or personal stories that you would like to share, please post your tips. . . .we'd love to hear from you.

Staci Wood | Small Business Trends Radio | Small Business Trends

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Old 8th May 2007, 11:09 PM   #2

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I did listen to the show and did find Tara very inspirational and found myself very much relating to what she had to say. Great show! Great Site.

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Thanks for sharing this. It always inspires and motivates me when I read these kinds of stories. I'll be looking into your program. Thanks again!

Have A Great Day!...and...

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