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Moms Mean Business by , Erin Baebler, Lara Galloway

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Chapter 5Your Toolkit

As a mom entrepreneur, you have many resources available to you (some you may not even realize you I have) that can help you in your business. We call these resources your toolkit. This chapter focuses on helping you identify those resources so you can put them to work for you. These resources include strengths, skills, personality traits, education, and past work and volunteer experience, as well as your human resources, your connections, and your support system. It’s likely you know how to use at least some of these to your advantage as a business owner. Perhaps just as important, it’s likely there are tools in your kit that you don’t currently use that could prove to be very helpful.

Even if you have been in business ...

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