Lisa Druxman

Lisa Druxman is Entrepreneur.com's "Mompreneur" columnist and the founder and CEO of fitness franchise Stroller Strides. Druxman is also a nationally recognized speaker and author, and is considered an expert in the field of fitness, particularly pre- and postnatal fitness. She hosts a free monthly webinar during which she answers questions from fellow mompreneurs. If you are interested in participating, contact her at lisa@strollerstrides.com.

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Hot Business Trends for Moms

Opportunities are abundant. Mothers are socializing, going green and even creating iPhone apps.

The Challenge of Child Care

With a little ingenuity, you can care for the kids and find time to conduct your business.

Make Yours a Mom-friendly Business

Offering careers that fit a mother's lifestyle can boost your company's growth.

For Mompreneurs, Failure Is Not an Option

When things look impossible, it's time to rev up your drive and creativity.

In Business and Family, Something Has to Give

In the race to maximize all the hours in the day, entrepreneurial moms have to make difficult choices.

Entrepreneur Learns to Say No

Baby Einstein founder and cancer survivor Aigner Clark no longer sweats the small stuff.

A Mompreneur to Emulate

Meet a woman who realizes you can't have it all--but tries anyway.

Mom Biz Owners Link Up for Success

Online communities offer everything from tips to mentoring for time-strapped mothers.

Moms Are Great Businesswomen

Motherhood and entrepreneurship complement each other in many ways.

You've Outgrown Your Home Office. Now What?

Tips for mom entrepreneurs ready to find a workplace outside the home

Grow Your Business With Your Kids

As your children require less of your time, you can work on expanding your business.

Grow Your Business With Intention

If you want to balance work and home, let others help you grow.

My Business or My Child?

When it comes to being successful, the answer has to be both.

It's Great To Be a Mompreneur

Yes, it's the hardest thing you'll ever do--but the journey is well worth the effort expended.

A Day in the Life . . . Part II

Mom entrepreneurs share how they achieve balance personally and professionally in the second part of a series.

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