Maxwell, Jill Hecht
June 2001
Inc.;2001 Inc. Technology 2, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p52
The article discusses how entrepreneurs balance parenting and managing business. Christine Durst, an on-line virtual assistant who provides business support, keeps her children involved so they feel that they are part of something big. Art Berg, on the other hand, runs two businesses from home. He believes in giving his undivided attention to either the business or the kids, one at a time. Basically, balancing and managing both the kids and work can make the big difference.


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