Before there were Entrepeneurs, there were Moms

It’s never too late to decide how you want to start the year off and what kind of impact you want to make in 2010.


As we crawl out of this economic down turn, we will see a changed job landscape, one in which former jobs will not be returning. Some will remain in denial  and adopt an attitude of wishful thinking – like wishing our innocence prior to 9/11 would just return.


We are thus faced with a consequential decision.  Let me share it like this


Innovate or die


One of the marvelous gifts of the human mind is the ability to anticipate. Moms practice this gift in so many ways as they negotiate the burdens of life. The moms of Bangladesh provide a testimony of folks faced with dire economic situation, who partner with the Grameen bank, to realize very promising results for themselves and their families.


This is somewhat historic as success on a family level rarely earns the wealth and respect that business accomplishment brings.We are however faced with a changed landscape, where the Internet is enabling possibilities that were not dreamed about before.


There is a entrepreneur whose work I have followed for the past several years .  Here name is MaryEllen Tribby.  She is launching a new company focused on supporting women who want to make a difference through their innovation skills.  She is offering a free book that is chock ful of many insights to support working moms.

A word to the wise, go check out this resource!

working moms resource


Great works can only be accomplished by those who are intoxicated with a passion for greatness.

Gary Blair

About the author


I am an entrepreneur whose focus is on helping small businesses deploy internet marketing tools to leverage new customers and profits. I believe in the survival of the knitted, and thus champion those who are making a difference in our community.