This morning, during a rare moment of calm, I received a phone call from a friend whose world had aligned with mine and also found herself in an extraordinary moment of peace. With no little cubs to interrupt us, we were free to talk about all things life, newborn and family.
Eventually, the conversation started to turn to business. With her youngest due to start school next year, she is starting to think about going back to work. However, she has a problem.
Walt Disney once said “If you can dream it, you can do it.” It’s an awesome line and one that he definitely proven to be true.
However, having the dream and having the confidence to back yourself? These are two different worlds in entirely separate universes.
Debate over the term 'mumpreneur' can get pretty heated. Some love it, some loathe it.
As far as I'm concerned, it's not the word that's the problem. It's how others interpret it. Here I look at the three biggest misconceptions about the term 'mumpreneur' and seek to set the record straight.
I'd love for you to get in on the action and let me know your pet peeves about the way you are perceived as well as the proud moments you feel.
The biggest tech story of the last couple of weeks is undoubtedly the launch of Instagram Stories – a Snapchat (ahem) inspired function that allows you to upload photos and 10 second videos that then disappear after 24 hours. If you’ve been a bit late to the party and are still stuck wondering how this form of audience interaction can benefit your business and what we can all learn from Instagram’s brazen replication, then read on…