Women Entreperneurs~a growth industry

Australian women entrepreneurs are growing rapidly according to statistics.
Women are adding 'entrepreneur' to their daily list of chores by running small businesses from home.
A businesses can take 3 or 4 years to start up, and during this time may barely break even and can be most discouraging for the new entrepreneur who is wondering why things aren't going the way they imagined and the big moneyisn't coming in.So its important to have a back-up plan in case the business doesn’t catch on as quickly as you imagined. Being your own boss carries the responsibility that leaves only you to worry about financial position.
Facing your challenges whether they be financial or promotional will provide you with rewards of completely owning your own business and this is a priceless experience. Just be sure to keep it all in perspective; most women entrepreneurs don’t own Fortune 500 companies. Don’t be afraid to allow your business to stay small rather than stretching your limits to grow.
Remember, the best way to keep your motivation up and continue in positive progress is to get support by joining networks such as http://oz-entrepreneurs.blogspot.com/, flyingsolo.com.au, entrepreneur.com or we-inc.org (Women Entrepreneur, Inc.) to get helpful tips, support, encouragement and network with other female entrepreneurs.