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"Her easy to read book, with cute imagery, is focused on moms and their entrepreneurial journey but (shh) it's really a great field guide for a dad or anyone starting their business." —Ramon Ray, SmallBizTechnology.com
"In Found It: A Field Guide for Mom Entrepreneurs, Salzman is speaking from a great deal of experience. She's the brains and energy behind Founding Moms, she's sold two successful businesses, and her encouragement and advice come together in this lovely book that reads like a coffee date with a good friend." —Eva, http://www.coolmompicks.com
"Practical and plucky, her advice is good for entrepreneurs regardless of family status. All of us have "kids" of some sort in our lives that require us to be flexible and accommodating. And the book offers a lot of tips for dealing with these situations without guilt and without losing sight of your business goals. [...]She continually emphasizes business sustainability throughout the book. From going the sans-financing bootstrap route to not relying on the fleeting business boost from great PR, Jill's advice helps mom entrepreneurs look beyond the passion and excitement of a new business in order to create a successful future. Give Found It a read. Consider it a virtual Starbucks run with a mom entrepreneur who's been there and done that, minus the latte." —Heidi Thorne, Promo With Purpose Today
“The book has a certain plucky charm and is accompanied by humorous illustrations by John Hartzell. For educated and ambitious mamas who are big on ideas but short on time.” —Library Journal
Jill Salzman is an entrepreneur who has been featured in national media outlets including Business Matters, the Chicago Tribune, Daily Candy Kids, People Magazine, and WGN. She lives in Oak Park, Illinois.
I appreciated the practical advice in this easy to read (in small intervals of time, crucial) book. Some of the "cute" graphics were distracting from the tone of the main... Read morePublished on June 14, 2013 by lkoliop
Found It: A Field Guide for Mom Entrepreneurs is so engaging I didn't want to put it down. Jill offers advice and reassures me that I'm not an idiot for making the mistakes I have... Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by Melanie
This is also a great book for Dads who find themselves in the position of starting their own business while raising young kids. And ALL of the advice applies to us too. Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by DadLove