Monday, January 05, 2009

It's a Motherhood and Entrepreneurship Approach

Interesting little piece in the The Christian Science Monitor about a mom traveling with her infant. My favorite part:
It's no wonder that so many women eventually become successful business entrepreneurs. Motherhood requires skills that far exceed the requirements of managing the home. Once you have traveled with a baby, running a multimillion dollar business is a piece of cake. Why shouldn't Bill Gates's office be the next project? The job would be the same although the furniture and trimmings might cost a tad more. And if a mom found Bill sitting in his briefcase playing with his laptop, no one would be concerned.
Read the entire essay here.

Pictured (L-R): Tamara Monosoff, CEO of Mom Inventors, Inc. (not sure who the baby is) and Katie Couric, CBS Evening News Anchor -- both successful mom entrepreneurs.

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