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BACK TO SCHOOL: A CRASH COURSE THAT WILL CHANGE THE COURSE OF YOUR LIFE

Labor Day is quickly approaching, marking the official trek back-to-school for millions of children around the country. Yet, back-to-school means something far different for moms and dads. For working parents, it also signals the start of juggling the demands of your own job with homework, studying, and extracurricular activities. Meanwhile, many stay-at-home moms have newfound freedom and energy, and a lot more time on your hands. While students are busy “building their brains” in school, why not take this opportunity to build your own business? BEGIN A NEW CHAPTER If you dream of leaving the 9-to-5 rat race so you can have more control over your work and personal life, or you want to earn a living while working from home but still have the time to raise your children, consider joining the millions of people who have started their own at-home business. In fact, 69 percent of businesses now start in the home, by people just like you. Owning a small business has never been as easy and attainable as it is today. And, we’ve made it easier by creating a crash course in starting your own business. A HOME-BASED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WORTH LEARNING ABOUT Starting your own business can seem complicated and daunting, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Thousands of people have started their own home-based, mini-call centers and are using the Arise Platform while enjoying the ability to schedule their work hours whenever they choose, providing customer support, sales and technical support to a Fortune 500 client base already built for them. In fact, the call center industry is $18 billion and growing, so small business owners who run mini-call centers and use the Arise Platform enjoy unlimited earning potential, on their own terms. TAKE A COURSE THAT WILL CHANGE THE COURSE OF YOUR LIFE If you’re ready to learn how to start your own business, and take control over your work and family life, download our Crash Course: Starting Your Own Business. Discover the many aspects and benefits of owning a home-based business, including: ·         Are you suited to a work-at-home environment? ·         The…

Closing the gender gap: more women are showing interest in male-dominated courses

More women are looking into courses which are typically male-dominated, according to new research. A study from online training course provider, findcourses.co.uk, shows the traditional industry gender splits, which indicated more employees of one sex than the other in certain roles, are significantly changing. By analysing the number of men and women researching its training The post Closing the gender gap: more women are showing interest in male-dominated courses appeared first on Small Business.

How to juggle babies and business

Launching a business while looking after a newborn is exhausting but rewarding, say these entrepreneurs Julie O’Leary had been working tirelessly for two years to get her luxury watch brand ready for launch. During the day she held down a full-time job and in the evenings worked at turning the dream of running her own business into reality. But a few months before she aimed to go live with Told & Co, she discovered the project wasn’t the only new arrival that year – she was pregnant with a baby boy. The former PR and marketing professional says she found out she was expecting in February 2015, gave birth that September, and oversaw the launch of the company in November the same year. She says that while the first trimester was exhausting, it wasn’t until her child arrived that she realised how much of an upheaval it would be. Continue reading…

‘People take a chance on you here’: female entrepreneurs in Iraqi Kurdistan

The region’s capital, Erbil, is attracting women who find the city frees them to fulfil long-held ambitions to launch their own businesses There’s a baseball bat propped up against the wall in Shara Kenworthey’s tattoo studio. Discreetly tucked behind a hand-painted turquoise filing cabinet of needles and ink, it’s a just-in-case weapon, easily grabbed should something go wrong. “So far, I’ve never had to use it,” the 28-year-old says. “But there have been men – several men – who have seemed to think that it’s acceptable to come onto me. I’m pretty good at telling them where to go when it happens, but I’m also on my own here all day every day. So I have the bat.” Continue reading…

Would you let strangers work at your kitchen table?

Co-working from home has had little traction in the UK, but a new startup for women aims to change that For entrepreneurs, the impetus to start a business can come from a myriad of places. For lawyer Laila Dupuy, it was her divorce. “After being married for 10 years, and having four children, my husband just left to be with a woman in Dubai,” she says. “That really catapulted me into action.” Dupuy started doing freelance legal work, reviewing contracts and leases for friends and offering basic advice. But she quickly got bored with working from home and in local cafes, and found co-working spaces like WeWork too expensive. Continue reading…

99 Work-at-Home Career Ideas for Women

By Holly Reisem Hanna For me, knowing that I wanted to be an entrepreneur was the easy part. Figuring out what I wanted to do was the hard part. I read books and looked online, but I didn’t truly understand all of the different opportunities that were available. Without knowing what to search for, I […] The post 99 Work-at-Home Career Ideas for Women appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

A HUGE List of Home-Based Business Ideas for Fashion Lovers

By Holly Reisem Hanna Do you love fashion and style? Would you like to have your own fashion boutique, but don’t have the funds to invest in a brick and mortar storefront? No problem. The direct sales industry has made it easier than ever to have your very own home-based business within the fashion industry. […] The post A HUGE List of Home-Based Business Ideas for Fashion Lovers appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

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