Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

Your business is up and running, and things are looking good. As a mompreneur, you get to work from home, manage the household, the kids, and the dogs, and you have the freedom to work when you want, such as during naptime or late at night when the kids are asleep. However, there are days when being a woman entrepreneur is challenging. So what can you do about it?


Hi! I’m Camilla-Jean, and I’m a business coach for women entrepreneurs. I’m a successful mompreneur myself with over three decades in the business world. I coach talented and driven women and moms who want more out of life than just raising their children. We all have a calling, and mine is to help you find yours. I offer one-on-one coaching for women entrepreneurs as well as online coaching, which provides accountability and lots of support. Below, I’ll go over just a few tips for women entrepreneurs when the going gets tough. Contact me today to get started!




  1. Never give up. Self-doubt can be a killer when you’re a women entrepreneur. The pressure to succeed can seem overwhelming at times, and you can feel like you need to prove yourself and prove you can be a mom and an entrepreneur. Here, you need to have the confidence you can do this, and everything will work out as it should.
  2. Believe in yourself and your dream. There will be a lot of naysayers out there looking to tear you down. Know that most of these people are just jealous because you are doing what they don’t have the courage to do. Stay strong, ignore negative talk, and believe you can do this.
  3. Find a support group. We as women need support. We need someone to talk to, to vent to, and to just air our feelings and emotions so they don’t get bottled up inside. When you partner with me, I’ll help you focus on strengths, put your dreams into reality, and ensure you’re on the right business path. It can seem that starting the business is the easy part; it’s the sustaining it that is hard. I have many tools to share with you to keep going when the going gets tough.




One of the hardest things about running your own business is reaching out for help when you need it. It’s not a sign of failure; it’s a smart business move. Delegation is the way to allow you to focus on your strengths and to keep your business growing. Furthermore, it’s important to maintain that work/life balance as a successful mompreneur and not get sucked in by your new business baby.


Let me help you by providing you with the tools to manage better, delegate better, ask for help, build a stellar support team, and have the accountability to do so. Contact me today for my one-on-one or my Mompreneur Experience Academy today!


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