How to Mind Your Own Business Your Own Business is a one hour weekly podcast that offers REAL help for small businesses- from start-up to driving traffic and sales with hosts Relationship, Financial and Anger Management Coaches Jim and Marsha Walker Eastwood.
On today's show in the 11 am segment they are joined by PJ Jonas, co-founder of Goat Milk Stuff.
"What started as a hobby making soaps for our eight children to use rather than harsh chemical-laden soap and bath products, has turned into a national business for us. Our website, http://www.GoatMilkStuff.com, and the stores carrying our Goat Milk Stuff™ products have seen a surge of consumer interest in our homemade, natural goat milk products,” she said.
PJ and her husband, Jim, run the family business with the support of their eight children, aged 3 to 13. Each of the children does chores related to the business as a way to earn money, learn about entrepreneurship, and help the family.
At 11:30 the Best-Selling author Aimee Elizabeth joins the show to discuss her rise from abject poverty to becoming a millionaire.
"“I was a broke and homeless teenage girl, a throwaway kid at age fifteen. I was never in foster care, never received any government or charitable assistance, nor any money from family or friends. I was constantly malnourished and barely managed to finish high school. By the time I was twenty, I figured out I could never earn what I was knew I was worth by working for others, so I started my first business on a shoestring budget. I started three more businesses before I sold off and retired at age thirty-eight. I am now a multi-millionaire, successful real estate investor, business consultant, guest speaker and best selling author of the book “Poverty Sucks! How to Become a Self-Made Millionaire