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"Business Mum" is a three-step guide for women who want to create a life where having your own business and having a family do not exclude one another. 

The book prepares you for potential obstacles during the start-up phase, as well as the growing pains you might encounter. It provides you with different tools and exercises that will help you solve the problems as they occur and guide you through the different phases of developing and marketing your product or service.

Ten successful self-employed mums who have managed to juggle career and family and create a happy and well-balanced life also share their struggles and give you their best advice to succeed. 

The combination of real inspiring stories from the mums and the author herself, mixed with theory, makes this the self- help book any business owner should have to succeed.

“A Life Saving Guide
 – How to Build a Strong Business While Raising Your Family “

Reviews of Business Mum

“A practical guide, written with so much heart! Christine draws brilliantly on her experiences as a mom and entrepreneur to give readers the tools to integrate their career and family lives.“

Sanyin Siang, Author of The Launch Book and CEO Coach

Sanyin Siang
Author of The Launch Book and
CEO Coach

“We can do it all ladies – As a fellow mum and entrepreneur I stay sane by reminding myself that I am an excellent role model for my daughters. Be brave, be bold and believe you can.
This book will help you pull the rip cord and take your first steps – it won’t be easy but where there is a will there is a way.“

Nicole Soames, CEO of Diadem Performance and author of The Negotiation Book

Nicole Soames
CEO of Diadem Performance and
Author of The Negotiation Book

“The book might as well be written to men, who want a balance between running their own business and their family. It’ s good, because it addresses the challenge of being a passionated person, who wants to create their own business and keep a close relationship with their children as well.
It is not unusual that women understate their interest in their children to make sure they are taken seriously as business women. In this book they have got a voice. Thank you for that. ... All in all, a fine and inspiring book, that I would recommend.“

Ulla Bechsgaard, Jyllands-Posten (Danish Newspaper)

Ulla Bechsgaard
(Danish Newspaper)

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Business Mum interviews

Interview with Christine Gouchault, on writing Business Mum.

Podcast “Bottle” - A powerful lesson in how your quirks are your most valuable assets.

Mumpreneurs' - Is There Any Need For A Label?

More than one way to run a business.

How to be a Business Mum.