Lesley Pyle

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Founder & CEO of HireMyMom.com

Lesley Pyle began her work-at-home career in 1996 with the launch of her first website "Home-Based Working Moms." She has continued her passion of helping moms and small businesses for over 25 years now. Pyle was named one of “50 Women Entrepreneurs Who Inspire Us” by Self-Made magazine.

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Resumes & Interviewing

Avoid Falling Victim to a Remote Job Scam With These Expert Tips

After 25 years of helping women find remote jobs, I've learned how to catch a fake job posting, suspicious website or questionable email address pretty quickly. Here are my tips for spotting a job scam from a mile away.

Emprendedores

3 maneras de cerrar ventas que suelen pasar desapercibidas

Cuando intentas cerrar una venta, el arduo trabajo no termina al salir de la reunión con cliente potencial. Aquí hay tres consejos para asegurarte de que sigues en contacto con los prospectos y les das seguimiento a tus clientes potenciales para que puedan comprarte.

Marketing

3 Overlooked Ways to Go the Extra Mile and Close More Sales

When you're trying to make the sale, your hard work doesn't end once you leave the meeting with your potential customer. Here are three tips to ensure you stay on top of leads and continue to follow through with potential customers so they can buy from you.

Growing a Business

If Your Team Has a High Turnover Rate, It's Time to Re-Evaluate

No one wins when there's constant employee turnover. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to mitigate this pervasive problem.

Making a Change

Freelance vs. Full-Time: How to Decide Which Is Best for You

When you're deciding between full-time employment and freelancing, there are some key questions you should ask yourself in order to make the best decision for your career goals and lifestyle preferences.

Starting a Business

The Rise of the Mompreneur: How Moms Are Killing It in the Startup World

Some of the most successful entrepreneurs out there are moms -- they have plenty of experience multitasking and working on tight deadlines. In fact, at least four out of every 10 new businesses are started by moms.

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