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Mom, Incorporated

About the book "Mom, Incorporated" by Aliza Sherman and Danielle Smith

Aliza Sherman

on 15 December 2013

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Transcript of Mom, Incorporated

Mom, Incorporated
Advice for Moms
One piece of advice in their book is the idea that "balance is bunk." Instead, women should think about a "juggle" to define what they do and how they do it. Another is to ask for help. Too often, women try to "do it all," but they'll be far more effective if they get ask for and accept help from others.
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Mom, Incorporated
Mom, Incorporated
Two entrepreneurs and moms met at BlogHer in 2010. A year later, Aliza Sherman asked Danielle Smith if she had a book deal or if she would like a book deal. Danielle's answer was "No...and YES!" The two became co-authors on a business book for moms.
Mom, Incorporated
A holistic guide to business + baby
Balance is Bunk
Ask for Help
Practical Advice for moms from moms
Danielle and Aliza interviewed over 80 moms for their book and included anecdotes and advice from these diverse women, all of whom started businesses from home with a baby or small children in their midst. Danielle and Aliza also shared their own stories in the book.
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