I think not. Perhaps that explains why Mike Michalowicz called his book “The Toilet Paper Entrepeneur.” As a longtime mom and entrepreneur, I know first-hand that you can run out of a lot of things in business, but as long as you have toilet paper, you can at least relieve yourself comfortably, help your kids wipe and you always have something to use to record your plan for getting yourself out of whatever mess you've gotten yourself into.
Not only am I an entrepreneur, I'm also a wife and mom of two young children. As a result, I stay stocked up on two things: toilet paper and the energy I need to take care of my family and manage my business. It's quite a juggling act, but if I ever need tips from other moms in the trenches, I will turn to Mike's new blog post entitled: “Mom Entrepreneur Success Strategies.” The post summarizes over 100 quick success strategies from other moms, including me. My tip about “balance” is #32, so be sure to scroll down for that. It's a good read and a great way to meet and connect with other mompreneurs.
Question: What quick tip can you offer? How do you successfully integrate family and business? To get some more tips, you may want to join me on Monday, July 27, for Indie Business Radio with my guest professor and author Diane F. Halpern. We'll be discussing just this topic!