Many women struggle performing their roles on their business. Most women entrepreneurs have one of those days where nothing is going right because of constant interruptions while answering to everyone’s bidding.
These are normal scenarios for women especially those who run their business at home. But for those who also have the role of being moms, the work demand grows even deeper. Mothers have always been expected to wear many hats including being the head dishwasher and laundry maid and housekeeper; the one who keeps the fridge loaded with food, is responsible for planning all meals and cooking them to perfection.
With all of these additional work demands, it is a wonder that the female entrepreneur is able to live long enough to claim their fame as a successful business owner. However, if you are a thriving entrepreneur, t is important to get things done so you are making money instead of losing money. It is important to know how you spend your hours in your work day is important to your business success. It is easy to get caught up in what you want to accomplish by being “busy.”
In an article published by Carrie Rich, entrepreneur women can learn a lot of things on balancing business and motherhood. You can read the full article here: http://yfsmagazine.com/2017/01/26/mentor-shares-lessons-on-balancing-business-and-motherhood