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Beginning Social Media Marketing for The Busy Mompreneur

In Entrepreneurship, Finance

Starting a business is hard work but rewarding, much like being a Mom! As Moms, we strive to be efficient in all we do while still pursuing our dreams and goals. Because we wear many hats and juggle many things, starting a business is nothing we shy away from. So, in the spirit of efficiency, doing a little homework before venturing out is in order. Let’s talk about a few areas to get you started on the right path with marketing your business on social media.   Getting Started. First things first. When it comes to marketing don’t even try…

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Here are five ways start up entrepreneurs can save despite having irregular income during lean times

5 Ways Start-Up Entrepreneurs Can Save Effectively and Proactively

In Entrepreneurship, Frugal, Phenomenal

Saving for entrepreneurs can be an afterthought, when you spend most of your time running your business. If you are a start-up entrepreneur, then you may be in for some lean times for the first couple of years as you grow your revenue. This makes saving very difficult. However, saving is extremely important since there is no consistent paycheck to fall back on during lean times. How do you save when your focus is on reinvesting into your business to help it grow? I caught up with personal finance guru and bestselling author, Aisha Taylor, who provided these five tips…

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What Single Mompreneurs Need to Do to Prepare for Tax Time

In Entrepreneurship, Frugal, Phenomenal

Tax time can be super stressful if you aren’t prepared. Last year I learned the hard way. I had to file an extension for my taxes because my documentation was not organized. Then I spent about 30 hours trying to organize my documentation before I sent it to my tax preparer. Talk about hard work! That was time that I could have been preparing for the arrival of my twins or doing work in my business. During that time, I vowed to make life easier on myself the next time I filed taxes because I would not be able to spend…

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FNPhenomenal Woman: AJ Williams, Blogger in Chief at Single Black Chick

In Entrepreneurship, FNPhenomenal Woman, Frugal, Phenomenal

This month’s FNPhenomenal Woman is AJ Williams of the Single Black Chick.  She is a very good friend of mine and also one of my accountability buddies.  Her energy and wisdom is amazing and she inspires me every day.  I can’t wait for you all to learn more about her! – Aisha What do you do and why is it important? I am a digital editor for the Michigan Chronicle/Real Times Media and Blogger in Chief at Single Black Chick.com. I believe the being in the digital media/web design field is important because there is a low percentage of African-American…

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What You Need to Consider When Starting a Business

In Entrepreneurship, Frugal, Phenomenal

Recently I embarked on full-time entrepreneurship and the road is harder than I expected but way more fulfilling than I ever could have imagined. Since I started this full-time journey I often get questions about how I started FNPhenomenal.  Therefore, I decided to compile the 4 things that really helped me at the beginning of the journey. 1.  Find what keeps you going. Passion will sustain you during the tough times and when you don’t feel like working. Ask yourself, “What would you do if you had to do it for free?”  The answer to that is probably something that…

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