Wednesday, May 12, 2010

This week on Kitchen Chat: Jill Hart and Mary Byers

I'm excited to introduce you to our guests this week: The Work at Home Gals! Both Jill Hart and Mary Byers have successfully navigated the Work At Home waters. We'll be talking about business strategies, what worked for them, what didn't work and of course FOOD! Busy moms on the go are desperate to find recipes for good food, fast! So don't miss the show on Friday, May 14th.

About The Work at Home Gals: Most Businesses Fail Within the First Five Years

Here’s a simple secret that can make YOURS a success!

For your business to succeed you need to find a specific need and fill it. Successful business owners are very focused and many (if not all) have a mentor they can turn to with questions and challenges.

If you work from home—or want to—the Work at Home Girls can be your mentors. Together, Jill Hart and Mary Byers have over 20 years combined experience running a business from home. One is a techie (Jill, founder of Christian Work at Home Moms and author of So You Want to be a Work-at-Home Mom) and the other is a wordsmith (Mary, freelance editor and author of five books, including Making Work at Home Work). They’ve teamed up to share what they wish mentors had shared with them when they started their businesses over a decade ago. Check out the 'Gals' webinars at the website.

About Jill Hart: Jill Hart is the founder of Christian Work at Home Moms, and co-author of So You Want To Be a Work-At-Home Mom. Jill is the co-host of the live internet radio show, “The CWAHM Network,” and the publisher of

Jill has published many articles on sites like and She is a contributing author in Laundry Tales, The Business Mom Guide Book, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, and Faith Deployed.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies. She resides in Nebraska with her husband and their two children. For more about Jill visit her website:

About Mary Byers: Mary M. Byers successfully juggles both a freelance writing and speaking business and her responsibilities as a wife and mother of two school-aged children.

She is the author of Making Work at Home Work, The Mother Load: How to Meet Your Own Needs While Caring for Your Family and How to Say No . . . And Live to Tell about It.

She is also a columnist for two professional trade journals and edits two others. Byers lives in Chatham, Illinois. Learn more about Mary at her website:

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