Are you eager to combine the roles of mother and entrepreneur but wondering how to get started? If so, you are not alone.
Many mothers are starting up on their own, eager to cut out the nursery fees and see more of their kids. If that sounds like your dream, this book can help make it a reality. Having worked from home for 16 successful years, she can give you the true, nitty-gritty details on what it really means to start and run a business from your kitchen table, including:
Kitchen Table Tycoon also shows you how to research a business idea, find your start-up costs, and navigate your way through the inevitable ups and downs. With inspiring stories and advice from successful entrepreneurial mothers, even the most nervous of mumpreneurs can learn how to have a great business and a great life.
- How to find out if you're suited to working on your own
- How to deal with mummy versus work guilt
- How to juggle family, work and YOU time
- And where to go for support, help and advice
'Full of practical advice on running a business, discovering if you are suited to working from home and coping with mummy guilt, as well as inspiring stories from successful entrepreneurial mothers, this book covers all the nitty gritty details that any mum thinking of working from home needs to know.' Daily Record
Anita Naik is a freelance journalist who has written for magazines including Glamour and Red. She was the agony aunt on Just 17, the sex columnist on More and the health columnist on Closer magazine. Anita has been running her own successful business for