Self-care isn’t a buzzword and can impact business
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If you own a business, you know about risk and opportunity. Compared to many people, you’re willing to take more personal and financial risk in order to gain more personal and financial opportunity. It’s a trade-off that can be highly rewarding.
Someone has to leave work early to pick up the kids from school, and that someone is often a mom.
Candidates who have been out of the workforce acting as a caregiver accrue a plethora of skills and character-building traits that serve businesses well.
A set of cool tech-tools to make your life as an entrepreneur easier.