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Good Housekeeping
Francisco Colayco, Contributor
 
February 26, 2012

Business-Mom: 3 Tips on Becoming a Mompreneur

Evaluate your skills and interests, then keep an eye out for prime opportunities. By Francisco Colayco

mompreneurStatistics indicate that no more than 15 percent of individuals who dare become entrepreneurs succeed. Eighty-five percent lose their investments and end up going back to employment (if they are lucky to find a job waiting for them). You can have a better chance at being in the successful 15 percent if you have a real passion for your chosen business and if you apply the tips in the gallery below.

 

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(First published in Good Housekeeping Magazine, Money Wisdom section as "Business Mom" in April 2010; adapted for use in Female Network. Photo by Greg Peverill-Conti via Flickr Creative Commons)

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