I’m always on the lookout for great resources to help build my business and my life. As I find good ones (and try them), I like to pass on the ones that get my “thumbs up”. And, so you know, the ones that I REALLY like, I sometimes sign up to become an affiliate. But rest assured, I ONLY recommend what I’ve tried, what has worked for me, and what I think could work for other mompreneurs.
So, in the spirit of sharing, here are my top resources for mompreneurs:
I was in need of more clients and came across Fabienne Fredrickson’s site while reading someone else’s blog. I visited her blog (which gives many actionable tips that work), requested her free CD, and then eventually purchased her Client Attraction Home Study Course.
If you have a service-based business and are in need of clients, you may also benefit from her site and her home study course. She delivers the exact method she used to get clients and they can work for you too.
Just this summer, I discovered branding expert, Shenee Howard, while networking at Savor (incidentally, this is another one of my favorite resources – see below). Her website oozes branding and immediately caught my attention, inspiring me to sign up for her free branding lesson.
After completing the lesson, joining in on a free call and reading her inspiring and motivating blog posts, I signed up for her Hot Brand Action Mastermind course. So glad I did. I came away with a new About page, clarity on my message, ideas for a branded website (which have been recently implemented), and so much more. Much love for this course.
I initially discovered marketing duo Carrie Wilkerson and Paul Evans about a year ago and have been following them since. They each have their own businesses and business sites, but they host a series of online marketing courses called DIY (Do It Yourself) Marketing Success.
What I like most about them is they cover step-by-step marketing techniques in a fun and engaging style. You walk away with actionable items to implement in your business.
I enjoy networking online with other mompreneurs and women in general. I’ve found two great sites that not only allow me to connect with other women, but they also offer phenomenal business support. One site is voiceBoks.com which really does a lot to boost women’s blogs and social media sites. The other I mentioned above, Savor.com, is for women in business and helps you play a bigger game.