Tampa, FL (PRWEB) August 23, 2006 -–
An ever-increasing segment of moms, who typically have substantial corporate or industry experience behind them, have decided to raise children and profits by creating their own businesses from home.
These savvy women have come together to create a how-to handbook for the journey. The Business Mom Guide Book: More Life, Less Overwhelm for Mom Entrepreneurs (Wyatt-MacKenzie, SEPT 2006), including Tampa’s own Beth Butler, local educator, successful mom entrepreneur and contributor to the book.
“Being a great mom or a great business owner is no longer a choice,” says Butler. “I am proud to have a voice in this book because I can take other moms in business behind the curtain and show them the strategies I’ve learned in how to create success in both arenas.”
Compiled by Terilee Harrison of TheBusinessMom.com, The Business Mom Guide Book brings together the insights, tips, failures, and successes of mom business owners who are getting it done.
“These courageous moms shared their stories - what works for them as they run their businesses - little things they do to try to be the best mom possible - and how they still find time for themselves,” says Harrison. “I use the word 'courageous' because all mom entrepreneurs know it's a challenge to raise their family and run a business, but hardly anybody talks about how they get it done.” You can find out more about Harrison and the book at http://www.thebusinessmom.com.
Being featured in a how-to handbook for business moms is nothing new to Butler who was featured in Victoria Pericon’s Cool Mom Inventions earlier this year. Pericon is editor of Savvy Mommy.com and author of Cool Mom Inventions. She gathered tips, techniques and tools busy mom entrepreneurs such as Butler use to keep a balance between family and business.
Beth Butler is the creator/owner of the Boca Beth Program, a bilingual language learning company that provides a multimedia product line for parents, educators, preschool directors and caregivers who wish to bring Spanish and English into their young children’s lives. For more information about this bilingual program, visit http://www.bocabeth.com.