Thursday, October 29, 2009

Friday, October 23, 2009

Introducing The Work at Home Girls

As you may remember, I recently partnered up with Making Work at Home Work as a blogger.





Introducing The Work at Home Girls

Let's face it: a lot of people want (and in some cases need) to set their own hours and work from home. Are you one of those people? What's stopping you? If you're serious about making money from home, you'll do what it takes - including investing in your own learning-either to get your company off to a strong start or to help you move to the next level more quickly. Work at Home Girls is designed to help you.

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The Work at Home Girls is the brainchild of Jill Hart and Mary Byers, two successful work at home moms and authors. They've teamed up to offer help, ideas, challenges and mentorship from for women that work at home. Jill and Mary have over 20 years combined experience running a business from home. One is a techie (Jill, founder of Christian Work at Home Moms and author of So You Want to be a Work-at-Home Mom) and the other is a wordsmith (Mary, freelance editor and author of five books, including Making Work at Home Work).They've teamed up to share what they wish mentors had shared with them when they started their businesses over a decade ago. The Work at Home Girls share their Simple Secrets to make your business a SUCCESS -

Traits of Successful Work-at-Home Business Owners
By Mary Byers and Jill Hart

While many people like the idea of working in their pajamas and having a minute-commute down the hallway, not everyone is cut out to work from home. Those who do so successfully have the following traits:

Passion. It’s essential to love what you do and do what you love when working from home. Passion will keep you going even when the going gets tough, as it does in even the best of jobs.

Self-Motivation. It’s important that you’re a self-starter, especially when you are your own boss. There’s no one to motivate you other than yourself when you are self-employed.

Resourcefulness. Work -at-home CEOs aren’t just the head of the company, they ARE the company. That means being the janitor, the technology guru, the marketing manager, and the brains behind the operation. Often, this requires skills you don’t possess. But when you’re resourceful, you’ll be able to find the knowledge you need to keep your business moving forward.

Confidence. It takes guts to run your own enterprise and confidence to manage it effectively. Though there will be times you experience self-doubt, overall you need to have the confidence that you can, and will, figure things out when you run into obstacles.

Like this? Want more? Join the most recent teleseminars!


* Making Your Business Work for You: How to Choose, Launch and Run a Winner (available soon as a download)

* Realistic Expectations: What You Need to Know About Working from Home Successfully (available soon as a download)

* Marketing Your Business Online (October 26)

* The Business of Business: Rev Up Your Profit! (November 2)


Work at Home Girls give you specifics, examples and personal business experience that you won't find anywhere else! Check them out today!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Andrea Hughes Studio Productions

I recently helped a friend edit her web copy. I also wrote/updated her bio.

Andrea Hughes Studio Productions

Commercial photography with a printer’s eye and imaginative web design will make your brand flow.

We take your vision, photograph it, ink it and web it.


Here's her bio/website.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Media Hit!

For Adonis Aesthetics

Fox 31, Denver
October 1, 2009
Water liposuction featured on the "Everyday with Libby and Natalie" show.

This is the 3rd Body Jet TV segment I've secured. I have three markets to pitch (Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver.) I've only secured three media/TV segments. This has been a tough market to break into.

Dallas was all over this new form of lipo.

Here's the segment.

Monday, October 5, 2009

You know you're a WAHM


When your 2 year old pretends to come into the house after walking her baby doll and says, "I've got to check my email."

Do you have a fun "You know you're a WAHM" story? Send it my way!
lori at lbpublicrelations dot com.