Winners of Making Work at Home Work!

by Stephanie*

It’s time to close our Making Work at Home Work giveaway!

I know many of you out there are WAHMs, or have aspirations to one day become a work at home mom, so before I announce the winners I just want to refresh your memory about this great book and its author!

Mary Byers (herself a WAHM) quit the corporate world eleven years ago. She began a home-based business and raised her children all while making sure everyone had clean underwear and food to eat. She’s had her share of failures along the way, but she’s also has her successes.

Mary has written several books, but her latest book, Making Work at Home Work: Successfully growing a business and a family under one roof shows moms how to develop an entrepreneurial mind-set without sacrificing their families.

It covers important topics such as developing a successful business philosophy, balancing time between work and family, setting realistic goals, and handling the challenges of being both “Mommy” and “CEO” while running a profitable home-based business. In addition to including her own experiences, author Mary Byers profiles real moms with home-based businesses who offer their hard-won advice.

These 5 lucky winners will soon enjoy their own copies of Mary’s book:

# 108  dorothy l (@gmail.com)

# 12 Barbara H. @ Stray Thoughts

# 57 JDSG (@msn.com)

# 112 Cassandra (@hotmail.com)

# 91 Susan Smith (@comcast.net)

Congratulations!! Winners should have received an email by now about claiming your prize.

If you haven’t received an email, please send your full name, shipping address, and telephone number to contests5m4m (AT) gmail (DOT) com by Wednesday, June 10 in order to claim your prize. Any prizes unclaimed will be considered forfeited and new winners will be selected.



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1 sabrina June 6, 2009 at 7:00 am

Thank you for sharing this post with us. My girl friend’s mom started a work at home.

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2 Barbara H. June 6, 2009 at 8:52 am

Thanks so much! I’ll get that e-mail out right away.

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3 Jaxon June 20, 2009 at 10:16 pm

While exiting, remember it takes hard work.

- Avoid any offer that promises you’ll make a lot of money for very little work.
- Don’t rely on a money-back guarantee. Con artists rarely give money back.
- Be wary of testimonials or endorsements.
- See if the Better Business Bureau has a Reliability Report on the company.
- Never give a credit card, debit card or checking account number to any person or company that promises employment. If they wantyou to pay them it’s a scam!
- Keep a positive attitude. You are likely to fail a few times before you learn the ropes.

A comprehensive list can be found here: http://excarsalesman.typepad.com/scams/

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