7/27/16

Why Moms Make Great Entrepreneurs: Guest Post from The Conscious Entrepreneur Author Laura C. Cannon


By on 7/27/2016 09:13:00 AM


I am excited to put the latest book from author Laura C. Cannon, The Conscious Entrepreneur, into the spotlight today--and share an insightful guest post from her as well. Today, Laura C. Cannon shares why she believes moms make great entrepreneurs. Enjoy her post, check out her new book--and enter to win the book tour giveaway at the end of her post!

Why Moms Make Great Entrepreneurs
Guest Post from Laura C. Cannon

Although you don't have to be a mom to have a successful business, you might find that being a mom gives you an edge as an entrepreneur. In fact, many of the skills you need to be an entrepreneur are things that you learn from being a mother. Here are just a few examples: 

Multitasking – No one knows how to multitask better than a mom!  Modern parenting requires us to be able to do many, many things simultaneously, and that same skill pays huge dividends in business as well.  Being able to proceed on multiple tasks at once is a huge benefit to any entrepreneur.

Trusting your instincts – Even though we often joke that our mothers had eyes in the back of their heads, what they were really doing was relying on their instincts.  An experienced mother knows when a lie is being told, understands when homework is actually done right, and knows when Sally actually ate her vegetables as opposed to slipping them to the family dog.  Connecting to, and trusting, your instincts is a critical skill for entrepreneurs.

Handling change and impermanence – The only constant in life is change, and no one knows that better than a mother.  From last minute rescheduling of soccer practice, to coming home to chaos when your children decide to cook by themselves, to having to run to the store at midnight for school projects due the next morning, moms learn to roll with the punches.  Knowing that more change and chaos is right around the corner, and finding the strength and inner peace to handle it all, has massive benefits in the business world as well.

Being in service everyday – The most successful entrepreneurs are those that created their business to be in service to a community, a cause or a group.  Moms learn early on to give without the expectation of receiving, knowing that the best rewards are often intangible.  Sure, sticky kisses or a paycheck are great rewards, but the greatest reward is in the giving.



Interested in learning more about ways to run a business (or a household) without losing your sanity?  Check out my new book, The Conscious Entrepreneur, for tips, tools, and practical exercises to find more success, freedom, and happiness in your life!


Meet the Author. Laura C. Cannon is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, and coach with a deep passion for bridging the worlds of spirituality and business. In her new book, The Conscious Entrepreneur, Laura showcases a collection of practices and perspectives for entrepreneurs and business-people to change their relationship with their working life.

​A member of the prestigious National Speaker's Association with more than 15 years of experience as a professional public speaker, Laura has a knack for delivering engaging and informative presentations. She's spoken to groups ranging from 12 to 1200 on a wide range of topics, from office productivity to motivation and empowerment to mindfulness and meditation. Her true passion as an author and speaker lies in bridging the gap between business and spirituality, finding practical, down-to-earth applications for timeless universal wisdom. She has been a guest speaker for colleges, civic organizations, businesses, and associations.

Laura holds a B.S. from Towson University and an M.A. in Human Sciences (Psychology) from Hood College with a specialization in Thanatology and Grief Counseling. A lover of all things that blend the practical and the spiritual, Laura is also a 200hr RYT yoga and meditation instructor.

Connect with the author:  Website  ~  Twitter  ~  Facebook  ~  Pinterest  ~  ​Instagram

 

Quick Summary of The Conscious Entrepreneur. In this profound introduction to conscious entrepreneurship, author and business coach Laura C. Cannon teaches you how to harness your unique gifts and the power of your own consciousness to maximize your satisfaction - and deepen your enjoyment - of your business and your life. Grounded in research from the fields of modern psychology, eastern philosophy, and personal development, this book explains six core principles necessary for radical, transformational change - personally and professionally.

By teaching you to use your business as the vehicle for your personal growth, The Conscious Entrepreneur delivers timeless wisdom and practical exercises to help you think, act, and live the path to your highest potential - without adding to your already-packed schedule. Forget work-life balance, get ready to shift into work-life integration for more happiness, stronger relationships, and a higher return on your investment in every sense of the word.

Get Laura C. Cannon’s free new video and workbook.


Buy the Book: Amazon  ~  Author Website


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About Angela

Angela is a freelance writer and blogger, blessed with 3 daughters, 4 cats, 1 needy dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

3 comments :

  1. Thank you for posting about Laura C. Cannon's new book The Conscious Entrepreneur on your blog. This book is chalk-full of fabulous take-away quotes. Here is one that feels timely:

    "Bold people can often seem pushy or aggressive at times because of their level of commitment to their goals, but these are the people who change the world. They change society, they change the way we see the world, and that is why they are remembered and celebrated."

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  2. Laura appreciates your support of her new book The Conscious Entrepreneur and hopes your visitors enjoy her guest post!

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  3. Thank you for posting! I hope my fellow moms out there will enjoy it!

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