ASK NEALE: Mom Wants to Start A Business

(VIDEO) Neale tackles a perennial question: how do you deal with mommy guilt when you want to start a business?

Having it all is not only hard–it's impossible. Neale offers a strategy for overcoming the push-pull stresses of working moms.

Every day, women at work supervise, organize, and delegate authority. We create budgets, think creatively, put visions into practice, and work toward clearly defined goals. Yet when we go home and are faced with the needs and demands of managing a household and family, we seem to forget the strategies that worked for us so successfully during the workday.

Just as women bring their emotional intelligence into the office, they can now take their work skills -- like outsourcing, delegating, and project management -- and put them to use at home. You can't fire the kids, but you can make them effective members of your household team as you launch a business.

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TaylorJones
TaylorJones

It's sooooooo hard sometimes. Most of my outside work is done from home but even if you're in close proximity of your kids, pangs of guilt are there.

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