family first

Plan A, B and C to Thrive While You Survive

I have devoted a massive amount of time recently researching where this economy is going.  I am very concerned with the direction we are going, both economically and politically, as it concerns Family First Entrepreneurs.  I don’t want to get into all the details about the problem. continue reading...

4 Ways to Focus on Abundance While in Survival Mode

As the ONO company’s opportunities continue to expand and grow, I am doing more business with other Family First Entrepreneurs. It’s very interesting to notice the shift among us to be focused on survival over abundance.  Now believe me, I get the survival deal. ONO is growing, b continue reading...

Great Stuff on FamilyFirst.net

I recently came across a site that has some great stuff for all you family first entrepreneurs out there. FamilyFirst.net is a parent site that offers access to three great sites for parents; AllProDad.com, imom.com, and MyFamilyMinute.com. continue reading...

Satisfaction Shift

As the leader of this ever-building movement of Family First Entrepreneurs, I feel a duty to be on the cutting edge and to gather information pertinent to our group.  My best resource has always been reading for information.  I’m currently reading a book called Influencer by Kerry Patterson.  It is a case study about how famous and successful “Influencers” changed behavior patterns in the people they helped continue reading...

Work Your Blessings

We have all been blessed with gifts in our personal and business lives. Generally, I find that we all know what these gifts are, and many of us use these gifts to help produce income. I know it’s not new news to hear that we should do what we do best and then hire or partner out the rest, but, as Family First Entrepreneurs this tactic helps us work more efficiently and also gives us more time with loved ones. continue reading...

Balance

As Family First Entrepreneurs we must be aware of balancing our necessary work ethic with our duty to the people we love. I’ve heard people say, “I worked sixteen hours a day for years to make this happen.” When I hear that kind of thing, as a family man, my first thought is concern for the kids and spousal relationship. continue reading...

The Family First Movement

I believe there is a trend in America and it is the movement I’m titling “The Family First Entrepreneur.” I’m seeing and meeting family first business people around every corner. The mompreneur movement is growing at an alarming rate and I can’t imagine anything cooler than moms choosing to stay at home with the kids and contributing to the family income at the same time. There are industries popping up that are available to independent contractors looking for home based business. continue reading...

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