Whether you want to own your own business or not, if you’re a mom, you have HUSTLE. Trust me. I had my first child in October 2017 and I had NO idea what I was getting into.
You see, I’m a planner. I like to organize my day and do things exactly when I want to do them. When I run errands I like to do it in bulk so I’m not going back and forth wasting gas.
I’ve learned very quickly that you have to fly by the seat of your pants with a new babe. You can’t run errands in bulk. You can’t plan out your day. Some days, you can’t even take a shower.
You have two jobs, take care of yourself and take care of that baby (or babies).
Pure Love For Your “Baby”
This past week I spent a couple of nights in the ER with some extreme pain. I’m talking contractions pain. Turns out, I had gallstones.
Before the surgery, I just kept worrying about how I could take care of my 4-month old after this surgery. Even though I have lots of friends and family available for help, as a mother I knew that I would still need to take care of my child.
When I woke up from my surgery, the first thing I did was pump and then get up to walk around. I’m telling you right now, that if I didn’t have a child depending on me, I would have been laying around a lot longer. But that little baby got me out of bed and on to recovery that much faster.
Entrepreneurs are the same way. They lose sleep over their “baby”. They neglect friends and maybe even their health. But they throw everything they have into their business.
Dealing With Stress
Like entrepreneurs, parents have to deal with stress every minute of every day. If you don’t think so, then try going to a grocery store with any baby, scratch that, any child under the age of, I don’t know 12?
Everything is unknown. Will my baby lay down for a nap today? Will my baby blow out of his diaper today? Will he take a bottle if I leave him with the babysitter?
Problems arise, and you find ways to take care of them.
Have you heard of a momtrepreneur? Some hate the word and some love it. It typically describes a mom who runs their own business.
Being a mom is a big job in itself. You don’t get paid. No PTO. No sick days. And all your “employees” do are eat, sleep and cry. So, it makes sense that not all moms want to do extra work on top of their mama duties.
But there are moms out there, who want to contribute to the household income, or who HAVE to contribute to the household income. And there are plenty of ways to do that.
You spend your days solving your baby’s problems. Are they teething? Ok, I need to find something to comfort them. They sound congested? Ok, I need to find something to clear their passageway.
The Wink Venture Program provides an opportunity for mamas to make money by just plain mommin’.
As a mom, I ask other moms tons of questions on how they got their child on a sleep schedule, or how they dealt with teething. It makes it even more helpful when they tell me how they did it, and provide me with the solution (a product).
What if you could do that and make money off of it?
Do You Have The Hustle?
Raising a family is the hardest job you will have. It takes organization, planning, budgeting, patience, and most of all LOVE.
These are all needed in a business as well. If you are passionate about helping other parents find great products, then take a look at the Wink Venture Program.
You’re already a boss mom. We know you have the hustle! But do you have the desire and commitment to join the Wink Village?
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