Are you an entrepreneur with kids? Are you a mother who dreams of starting a successful business? Whether you’re an accomplished mommy mogul or an aspiring entrepreneur who happens to be raising kids, Found It: A Field Guide For Mom Entrepreneurs is the perfect companion for a journey that too many women take solo. Serial entrepreneur, attorney, harried mom and sassy speaker Jill Salzman has written 50 chapters brimming with practical advice, tips and tricks to help a woman fine-tune her self-starter skills and raise a successful company.
Get pointers on how to incorporate kids into your daily business routine
Read dozens of mom entrepreneurs’ accounts of their adventures in time management
Learn why a business plan may not be as important as you thought.
Launch your dream, keep it running, and turn it into a thriving business–just like Jill did with her global organization, The Founding Moms, a collective of meetups for mom entrepreneurs.
You’re not alone. You’re not crazy. You can blend motherhood and business. This book will tell you how to do it.
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“While Jill’s book is funny and lighthearted, it’s coupled with serious but simple and easy-to-digest suggestions for getting a business off the ground. Found It will educate a lot of momtrepreneurs about practical steps to take, but just as importantly, it will give them the confidence that the business mountain is indeed scalable.” -Meg Cadoux Hirshberg, author, For Better or For Work: A Survival Guide for Entrepreneurs and Their Families
“It’s so engaging I didn’t want to put it down. Jill offers advice and reassures me that I’m not an idiot for making the mistakes I have made (and will make). I’ve highlighted several parts and made notes. I don’t usually do book reviews, but I feel like this is one I need to share with my community. If you haven’t read it yet, please do.” Melanie Nelson, Blogging Basics 101
“Just got gloriously schooled in all things Twitter by Jill. Thought we knew it all. We were dead wrong.” -Frank Hajdu, Jobstr.com
“It’s hands down the best book I’ve read geared towards moms who want to start their own business. I also think it’s helpful for those without children and just don’t know where to begin. After I read Jill’s book I realized that there was nothing to it but to do it.” -Laila McCloud, OnlyLaila.com
“Her encouragement and advice come together in this lovely book that reads like a coffee date with a good friend. ” – Cool Mom Picks