Stay-At-Home Mom Entrepreneurship Course: Home-Based Business Training Launched

The Freelancing Genius program offers training, guidance, and resources for aspiring “mompreneurs” interested in transforming a hobby or passion into a sustainable source of income. The program’s creator, entrepreneur Alicia Lyttle, is committed to helping more single and stay-at-home mothers achieve financial freedom by empowering them to start their lifestyle brand.

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This newly revamped program comes as the summer break ends, and children prepare for school, giving mothers more time for professional pursuits. Participants will be tutored on product or service development, client acquisition, networking with fellow mompreneurs, enhancing sales, and growing their freelance venture over time. The objective is to demystify freelance work and instill confidence in mothers who want to balance being an entrepreneur and a parent.

Juggling childcare responsibilities and a conventional job poses challenges, notes Alicia Lyttle. While many women want to contribute to their family’s finances, they often find a typical 9-to-5 work schedule difficult, if not impossible, to follow. Freelancing Genius presents a solution, teaching moms to capitalize on existing skills to establish home-based businesses.

The curriculum emphasizes shifting from regular jobs to remote work, where moms can have more flexibility over their work hours. Participants learn to start a business based on their skills and passions, whether it is writing, graphic design, consulting, coaching, or marketing handmade goods online. It lays down actionable steps to translate their knowledge into a thriving enterprise.

Beyond the business training, members can access a private community of mompreneurs who can give members personal anecdotes and encouragement. Members can also choose personalized coaching from Alicia Lyttle, addressing specific business aspects, from social media to effective work routines.

“Motherhood is an incredible journey, and for some women, it doesn’t stop them from pursuing their entrepreneurial dreams. They are the ones we fondly call ‘mompreneurs’ – dynamic women who balance the demands of motherhood and running a business. Being a single mom and an entrepreneur can be challenging, but it’s not impossible,” a spokesperson from Monetized Marketing LLC said.

Interested parties who want to know more about the workshop may visit

Monetized Marketing LLC

5524 W State Rd 46
Ste 146

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