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MOMPreneur: The art of doing business while being a mother

The business world has a new heroine: the #MOMPreneur! In this new article, MOMPreneur: The art of doing business while being a mother, we want to recognize the incredible work that entrepreneurial mothers do, and in this entry we leave some valuable tips for starting your own business. If you are a mother with business aspirations, don't miss this post. #MOMpreneur #entrepreneurship #business #motherpreneurs #leadership #inspiration #success #motivation #family #work #balance #opportunities



Entrepreneurship in parallel with raising children has become an undeniable trend; many vloggers, influencers, and content creators are becoming mothers and are also keeping their careers and success at the pace at which their children grow.

This form of entrepreneurship has permeated other not-so-digital mothers, and has encouraged them to start their business ideas regardless of the age of their children.

In this month of mothers, we want to recognize all of them. Let's start by making the rules of the definition of this concept clear; Being a mother is a full-time job. Being an entrepreneur is a full-time job. Being a Mompreneur is a feat .

Being a motherpreneur comes with a lot of responsibility, as it is not only about supporting your own family, but also your work family. Employees and their families are part of their community and it is their duty to guarantee their well-being and safety. " As an entrepreneurial mother, we are aware of the importance of having a constantly growing family workforce, which drives us to always be at our best, not only for ourselves, but also for those who depend on us."

In this article we want to share a Top 5 actions that can inspire those mothers who still do not dare to fulfill their dream of starting a business.


  • Recognize your strength: Women have incredible inner strength, and when you become a mother, that strength becomes even more powerful. Use that strength to your advantage, because it is your competitive advantage.

  • Take time for yourself: Although it seems impossible, you should plan time for yourself. Self-care is important and your ability to function in both roles depends on it. Be strategic with your time and find ways your time can work for you.

  • You can't always avoid guilt: Guilt is a common emotion for mompreneurs. Learn to control it before it controls you. You can't do everything at once, so give yourself permission to not be superwoman all the time. Find your ideal work-life balance and the guilt will start to disappear.

  • Look for strong examples: If you don't have a mompreneur in your family, look for other inspiring examples. There are so many amazing stories of moms balancing work and family life. Find your references and let them inspire you.

  • Surround yourself with a supportive team: Being a mompreneur can be a lonely and overwhelming task, but it doesn't have to be that way. Surround yourself with a support team to help you juggle all the responsibilities you have. This may include family, friends, business colleagues, employees and mentors.


Delegating tasks to others can be difficult, especially if you are someone who is used to doing everything yourself. But relying on others to help you not only takes some of the pressure off, it also allows you to focus on what you're good at and what matters to you.

It's also important to have mentors and friends you can rely on for emotional support and motivation. Mentors can offer you guidance and advice on how to grow your business, while friends can be great emotional support when you need to vent or simply share your successes and joys.

Being a mompreneur can be a challenging task, but not impossible. Recognize your inner strength, take time for yourself, learn to deal with guilt, look for inspiring examples, and surround yourself with a supportive team. With determination, passion and support, you can grow your business and raise your children at the same time.

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