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March 14, 2011



Wow, that's a great list of Momtrepreneur's... and even better advice. I've come to find that the only person that is passionate about your dreams and goals is yourself.


Thank you all who posted & took the time! Thinking about making a change and starting on my own & the above is very helpful & inspiring & couldnt have come at a better time! Thank you moms & inspirational women!

Sandra E.

Great post. Lots of good nuggets of information and advise.

Deena Gabr

I am 27 years old, I have a two year old and expecting my second child in May 2011, I am so very scared to know that I will never have the time to do anything. I just began two businesses and writing a children's collection. I am worried that I will become so busy that I will not have time for my family, but at the same time, I feel so good just trying, possibilites are endless and I waited 7 years to actually begin something I wanted to do a long time ago, but I am scared, confused, worried, and hesitant. I know my businesses would be so successful because of the people around me and my networks, but I am not sure what Im afraid of. These mothers/ business women have motivated me, I just need to pinpoint what has held me back and will it return?

Rosa Montes Goldberg

Thank you so very much. Fabulous comments. My biggest challenge right now is finding help to care for my children after school, two 9 year old twins and an 11 year old. One of our twins has a bit of autism, but she is so awesome. When that piece clicks in, watch out world!

Rock on ladies!

Robert D

As a single Dad raising 2 toddlers, running a household alone and starting a new medical business, I'm constantly looking for a clue from those successful moms that make this look easy. You're all an inspiration
for those days that seem insurmountable. Thanks for the great advice.
Robert D.


I learned very early just how self sufficient children can be. I gave them small things early; pick up after yourself, put your dirty clothes in the hamper, feed the pets.

I just kept increasing my boys responsibility as they grew. I didn't realize the difference until I was working with other mom's lost a lot of time doing things my kids did for themselves.

Creating responsible kids starts paying dividends very early.

Good Luck,


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There's no language can express the power and beauty and heroism of a mother's love.I really admired those mom's who are successfully fulfilled in life.

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I am very impressed! My warmed congratulate for you!

Lauren welch

Great article. As a Momtrepreneur myself I appreciate hearing stories of other Moms and how they got started and what motivates them to succeed. My business is bananas Boutique on Etsy. I make bibs for babies,toddlers, and specials needs children and adults.


Highly descriptive story though Momtrepreneur a new ideato me , I enjoyed that a lot. Will there be a part 2?

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