"Three Challenges of a Mompreneur" (Theresa Ceniccola)

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When it comes to living a life of purpose, mom entrepreneurs face unique challenges –  constantly juggling tasks and changing hats. "We  often feel like we don’t fit in anywhere," says Theresa Ceniccola -- The Christian Mompreneur. "We can’t relate to the full-time corporate moms or the 'stay-at-home' moms. Yet, we know that our businesses give us the perfect balance between work and family. And we know that we have been guided to create this life for ourselves and our families. So we move forward (often blindly) in the face of these challenges."

In this encouraging interview, Theresa will share solutions to the Trinity of Challenges of the mompreneur. You'll discover practical tips for setting boundaries, scheduling your time, and investing in yourself. Plus, you'll learn the one thing most entrepreneurs forget to do -- and why we need each other to do it!

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heresa Ceniccola is known as The Christian Mompreneur—a Mentor to Moms Who are Running a Business that Supports Faith and Family. As the president and founder of the International Christian Mompreneur Network, she empowers entrepreneurial moms to build profitable businesses with wisdom and grace.

Theresa has successfully run a home-based business for the past 18 years. She considers herself blessed to make a living doing what she loves and empowering other moms to create businesses that support their values of faith and family.

Theresa lives in Virginia Beach, Va, where she enjoys running, biking, reading, and spending time with her husband Chris and their three children. She is a regular contributor to Christian blogs and magazines including Catholic Mom, Proverbs 31 Woman, and Crosswalk. Theresa volunteers with the Girl Scouts, St. John the Apostle Church, and Girls on the Run.

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mom entrepreneur
home based business
mompreneur
best businesses for moms
Christial mom business owners
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