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Secrets of Millionaire Moms

Secrets of Millionaire Moms

Before they Were Millionaires they Were Moms-Just Like You!

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What's the difference between the most successful mom entrepreneurs and you? They believed in their ideas enough to commit to them and even in the face of adversity rarely accepted “no” for an answer. In Secrets of Millionaire Moms, mom entrepreneur Tamara Monosoff interviewed some of the most successful “Millionaire Moms” of our time including the founders of Lulu's Desserts®, Baby Einstein®, Shabby Chic®, and Airborne Health®. What she learned will help you make that leap from great idea to booming business, including

  • Priceless advice about business management, finances, and growth
  • Tips on balancing the business with family
  • What inspired the Millionaire Moms to take action-and what keeps them going

Reader reviews from

Tamara Monosoff really understands the unique issues that face mom inventors! While all of the tips and advice are applicable to all inventors, no one understands the trials and tribulations of that process with children in tow like she does. Thoughtful, clear, and inspiring- she gives hope to millions of moms with a very practical outline of the process of bringing a product to market. Any one can do it with her help!
-- Jennifer Ann Fleece

While looking for a book that would just give me answers and tell me step-by-step what to do, I found much more than that in the pages of this book. The author explores feelings and relationships behind the business plan that prompted me to deal with more than the surface aspects of running your own business....

I appreciated all the examples of all the women in the book and learning about what steps they took on the pathway to success. It's both inspiring and encouraging to know that against all odds, it can be done and has been done many times
-- Becky Rose

3 Responses »

  1. Hi,
    I have several tools which are used for focus, concentration, memory, intuition, confidence and inspiration. I have co-created these with my husband-partner-inventor.
    I will be buying and reading all of your books.
    I look forward to working with you. I am in the process of writing a book of testimonials about our products.
    I would love to speak with you.
    I love your site and your concept.
    Keep up the great work!!!
    Helena Reilly

  2. I was wondering how to submit an invention idea. If you could give me any information, I would graetly appreciate it. Thank you. Stephenie Perry

    • Ms. Perry, I sincerely hope you find the answers you need. I have found in my journey to produce my new product that a lot of mom inventors that have already made it are not very helpful in sharing their resources. I realized that many of them want to sell you a book, or some other product and chances are if you purchase a book it's not going to give you direct answers and will eventually lead to you purchasing the sequel. Its saddened me that women who were like minded wouldn't lend a helping hand or friendly advice seeing as they were once in my shoes. Maybe I can do something to help women with terrific ideas who need a nudge in the right direction. I did find one site called She was very helpful and friendly and FREE! You can also find her on Facebook. is another site you can try. Good luck in all your ventures!

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