How Being A Mom Makes You A Better Business Owner

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Made Hot by: JoshRed on May 9, 2016 6:59 am
Celebrating Mother's Day this weekend, Nellie Akalp, CEO of CorpNet.com and mom of four shares how raising her children has made her a better entrepreneur.





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Written by Jaynorth
2332 days ago

It is true that one who into motherhood learns many good learning, which can further help in the foundation of business. The key of it is patience, as it not only makes a person innovative to deal with any sudden pressure. But at the same helps in patiently founding the very essence of a business.



Written by sideduty1
2332 days ago

Being a mother sure isn’t an easy task, given the several chores and the amount of effort one has to put into getting all the house work done. As for the kids,

fulfilling their needs isn’t exactly a piece of cake. Despite the problems one has to face, motherhood enhances your speaking skills, teaches you to be patient and

organized, and improves your speaking skills. One also learns to set limits to what is to be done, be open minded, and maintain your calm in the face of any situation.

As a mother, last but not the least, one needs to be a good and inspirational role-model for the kids. Basically, being a mother isn’t such a bad thing, as the skills

acquired are just the right set of qualities people need in an entrepreneur…especially a freelancing one.

Side duty is just the right go-to place for these super-moms. All they have to do is advertise their skills on the site and offer to get any work fit for their

talents. This way, they can be the ‘business-moms’ they want to be while completing the chores at the same time.



Written by lyceum
2332 days ago

Nellie: Happy Belated Mother's Day!



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