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Must Read Books for Work at Home Moms

 

I’ve spent the past few years working from home. It’s not easy to balance it all with homeschooling and housework, but I’ve learned some productivity hacks that can help. One of the things that has helped me is reading lots of different resources and taking what works from each of them.

Do you want to start your own home-based business? If so, take a peek below at 10 books to read if you want to work from home. Having resources at your fingertips is an important part of starting your own home-based business, and these books can help get you where you want to go. Take a look at these book suggestions, all of which can help you create a profitable home-based business and balance your life as a work at home mom. They are all available on Amazon, and can be in your hands in no time, either by mail or instantly for Kindle {Amazon.com – Read eBooks using the FREE Kindle Reading App on Most Devices. Prime members get free two-day shipping! Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial}

If you work from home or want to work from home, check out these must read books for inspiration and encouragement! Must Read Books for Work at Home Moms at heartandsoulhomeschooling.com 5 Days of Tips for Work at Home Moms

Must Read Books for Work at Home Moms

1. The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future by Chris Guillebeau

Think you can’t afford to work from home, doing your own business your way? This book shows you how to turn $100 start up into the launch of your own business. Find tips and tricks that real people have used to get the ball rolling, even without a ton of cash.

2. Disciplined Entrepreneurship: 24 Steps to a Successful Startup by Bill Aulet

If you are a step by step kind of person, this book lays it all out for you easily. Follow the 24 steps to a successful start up, and see how 24 steps are all that is keeping you from turning your idea into a reality.

3. Work from Home: Micro Jobs: A Step by Step Guide to Making an Income with Micro Jobs by Avery D. Mason

Do you prefer to do an assortment of small jobs as oppose to one big goal? Micro jobs are allowing for many parents to work from home, doing small jobs when they have the time. If you think micro jobs may be for you, you will want to check this book out.

4. New life with New Skills – How to quit your job and work from the tranquility of your home by Lenny Olsen

Working from home may seem like a dream, but this author shares how to make it happen. If you are ready to leave the traditional work place and find peace in working from home, building your income off your own ideas, this is a book worth checking out.

5. No More Dreaded Mondays: Ignite Your Passion – and Other Revolutionary Ways to Discover Your True Calling at Work by Dan Miller

Dan Miller tells stories about real people who left the traditional work place to follow their dreams of owning their own business. Dan Miller helps you let go of the fears holding you back and challenges you to stop making excuses.

6. 48 Days to the Work You Love: Preparing for the New Normal by Dan Miller (foreword by Dave Ramsey)

These two authors paired up and pack a serious punch together. Dan Miller helps the wanna be business owner follow their dreams and find entrepreneurial success, while Dave Ramsey helps you stay in budget and not go broke in the process.

7. The Entrepreneur Mind: 100 Essential Beliefs, Characteristics, and Habits of Elite Entrepreneurs by Kevin D. Johnson

So what is an entrepreneur made up of anyways? This author breaks down the brain of someone motivated to start their own business and helps others to achieve this dream. Check it out and see if you carry these same beliefs, characteristics, and habits.

8. Schooling at Home While Working at Home by Misty Bailey

Misty is a homeschooling work at home mom so she knows firsthand the advantages and challenges! She shares her time management tips and personal experience to encourage you to do the same.

9. Balanced: Finding Center as a Work-at-Home Mom by Tricia Goyer

Tricia is a homeschooling mom and author of more than 40 books. Her book includes tips on
—how to prioritize your schedule
—how to utilize your job so it also benefits your kids
—how to keep yourself out of the comparison game
—how to make working at home work for you
—and much more!

10. Money Making Mom by Crystal Paine

Crystal encourages moms to use their talents to bring in extra income to bless their families. She empowers moms to:

Expand your thinking to consider multiple money-making ideas
Dream big and set long-term financial goals
Forge an intentional path with clear priorities
Nurture your unique skills, talents, passions, and knowledge
Conquer the saboteurs of insecurity, fear, lack of time, and naysayers

 

It is time to make your work from home dream a reality. Give these books your attention and see if they offer some helpful suggestions and guidance you can put into action today.

Have you read any of these books? Any other recommendations?

 

Read the rest of the series here:

Life as a Work at Home Mom: 5 days of tips for WAHMs. Encouragement & ideas to balance work, home, and motherhood. heartandsoulhomeschooling.com

 

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