I think it's important to get together and discuss our fears, obstacles and challenges that are somewhat unique to the African American Moms in general. Furthermore we need to see someone who looks like us in the home business industry that is making it happen, having success for mentorship so that we can relate. Again, it is more like seeing yourself in the mirror and can say... " You know what I can do that too" It's empowering and motivating. Here's an article for more here:
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I completely agree with you McCray! Following are two dynamite women (both of whom have been clients in my business) and both have thriving work at home businesses:
1. Regina Baker - she owns an online shopping cart business and is an offline consultant. She is so successful at what she does that she was named one of the Top 50 Fabulous Women Entrepreneurs by Black Business Women Online for 2010 and 2011. Here's Regina's website:
2. Aurelia Williams - Aurelia is a life coach who has helped women achieve their business, parenting, and relationship goals for almost 10 years. I profile Aurelia in my "Working Your Way Home to Entrepreneurship" and you can download this book (free) and read more about Aurelia and other women by clicking on the following link:
Sharon McMillanPull up a chair and come into the study - Small Business Study
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