Declining Economy Presents Ripe Opportunity for Entrepreneurs: Home-Based Business Ownership at All Time High - 19 Million and Growing

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Now that the economy feels like it's in a freefall and unemployment is rising, people are taking charge of their future by starting their own business. With more than 19 million entrepreneurs currently running a business from home, most experts believe this trend is at an all-time high. The newly published paperback book, The Career-at-Home Mom: Secrets For Earning A Six-Figure Income While Having Time for Your Family, available at http://www.careerathomemom.com, shares the heartfelt stories of 24 women who have taken on the risk of entrepreneurship and are now successful home-based business owners.

The last decade has changed the dynamics of our children's lives and Debbie's book illustrates perfectly how women can and do put their families first and build very successful companies at the same time

Did you know that during economic downturns, more entrepreneurs are created than at any other time? It's said that necessity is the mother of invention. Now that the economy feels like it's in a freefall and unemployment is rising, people are taking charge of their future by starting their own business.

According to the Small Business Administration, over half of all U.S. businesses are based out of an owner's home and home-based businesses contribute more than $530 billion to the U.S. economy each year. With more than 19 million entrepreneurs currently running a business from home, most experts believe this trend is at an all-time high.

The newly published paperback book, The Career-at-Home Mom: Secrets For Earning A Six-Figure Income While Having Time for Your Family, available at http://www.careerathomemom.com, shares the heartfelt stories of 24 women who have taken on the risk of entrepreneurship and are now successful home-based business owners. In the book, they share their struggles, challenges, triumphs and tips for huge success. Each nugget shared by these women is a treasure that has helped them reach the level of success they've achieved.

In fact, several of the women featured in the book, and who are now very successful, were laid off during a recession and are very glad they found themselves in that circumstance as it pushed them to start their businesses.

Most people recognize that one of the greatest benefits of owning a business is that your future is in your own hands and not resting at the mercy of a large corporation or the stock market. Another obvious benefit is more time with family and schedule flexibility, not to mention the fact that it's easier to create wealth as an entrepreneur.

But we all know that taking that first step to running our own business is scary. This book helps dispel those fears and empowers women and men with the tools they need to succeed at any business they start.

A few reviews written about The Career-At-Home Mom book include:

"A brilliant insight into how moms have more choices than they realize when it comes to bringing home the bacon," Alexandria Brown, marketing success coach & CEO of Alexandria Brown International Inc.

"Debbie LaChusa has put together a definitive step-by-step guide for mothers who dream about raising great children while making a great living," Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero, President of Red Hot Copy.

"The Career-at-Home Mom covers it all for moms who want the most out of life and are willing to set stereotypes and fears aside and live boldly," David Neagle, Million Dollar Income Acceleration Coach.

"The last decade has changed the dynamics of our children's lives and Debbie's book illustrates perfectly how women can and do put their families first and build very successful companies at the same time," Sheri McConnell, Sheri McConnell Companies, Inc.

Debbie LaChusa, author of The Career-At-Home Mom, is available for interviews and can be reached at 619-334-8590. The price of the book is $19.95 and it is available for sale online at http://www.CareerAtHomeMom.com

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