Featured Profile (Jill Hart)
Recently, I had the pleasure of gaining a Facebook friend named Jill Hart. In the time that we have become acquainted, I have been most impressed. Not only does she have a great sense of humor but her website and podcast give detail about the heart and passion of Jill’s heart is to encourage women.
If you need encouragement on how to live a godly life while running a home, a family and a business, Jill is the woman you must contact.
Here’s more about her:
Jill Hart’s entrepreneurial career began in her teens when she spent a summer helping her father with his vending business, stocking pop and candy machine. When he put her in charge of a Coke machine and allowed her to keep the profits, she saw the benefits of being her own boss.
That entrepreneurial spirit motivates her to show other women how to begin and build their own businesses from home. Her popular website, CWAHM.com (Christian Work at Home Moms) reaches more than 15,000 women monthly and includes the best work-athome tips and good clean mom humor you’ll find anywhere. Jill is the host of the podcast, Christian Work at Home Moment and co-host of the LIVE internet radio show, The CWAHM Network.
Jill writes, blogs and speaks about finding a business niche, creative and inexpensive marketing, and finding balance while working from home. She is a featured blogger in the Guideposts Blogger Network. Jill and CWAHM have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and FIRST Magazine for Women. Her articles have been featured on websites like DrLaura.com and she is a columnist for a number of mom-focused websites. She is also a contributing author in four books and co-author of So You Want To Be a Work-at- Home Mom (Beacon Hill, Sept 2009).
Jill has spoken on work at home topics at places such as the LifeLight Festival and online at sites like CelebrateMoms.org, CWAHM and more. She has been interviewed on her local NBC station and speaks on the local Christian Talk Radio station once a month. Jill presents hope for moms who desire to be at home with their children. She also offers encouragement on how to live a godly life while running a home, a family and a business.
She lives in Bellevue, Nebraska with her husband and two kids and works in her pajamas as often as possible.
So You Want To Be a Work-at-Home Mom: A Christian’s Guide to Starting a Home-Based Business
I began focusing on building my business and within just three months I was home to stay. I’ve been at home ever since and am now reaching 15,000 women a month and helping them in their work-at-home search. In my book, So You Want To Be a Work-at-Home Mom, I walk women through the process of creating a successful career at home. I love to show women how to:
1. Transition into a home-based career
2. Set priorities for both business and family
3. Choose the best type of work-at-home career for them
4. Market their business effectively.
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