Leslie Truex

Leslie Truex is an ideaphoric writer, speaker, entrepreneur, social worker, fitness instructor and mom trying to do it all from the comfort of her home. She is the author of several books, including The Work-At-Home Success Bible, and she has been helping people find or create flexible work options through her website since 1998.

Leslie writes about working at home, parenting and fitness, and speaks about telecommuting, home business, blogging, marketing, writing and epublishing. She has appeared on The Daily Buzz, CNN.com, Woman’s World, Redbook and Today’s Parent.

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4 Things That Impact Child Behavior

Child behavior isn't as cryptic as you might think.

5 Reasons Why You're Not Being Hired

Finding legitimate home-based jobs is not difficult. The challenge is getting hired, so make your resume stand out.

5 Time Management Tips for WAHMs

Working at home requires a schedule that keeps you on track amid a house full of distractions.

6 Home Business Startup Mistakes to Avoid

Starting a home business today is easier and more affordable than ever, but there is no guarantee for success. Avoid these common home business startup mistakes.

6 Tips for Tackling Student Loan Debt

Don't let student debt overwhelm you in the pursuit to pay it off.

7 Easy Ways to Exercise with Kids

Exercise often gets pushed to the back burner, but getting active with your kids can be just as good as hitting the gym.

8 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Website

Here are 8 reasons why you need to get your business online -- no excuses allowed.

Developing Your Home Business Brand

Your home business brand conveys the quality of product or service you promise to your customers. Here's how to build and maintain a positive brand image.

Do Free Online Courses Help Your Career?

Whether your career demands it or not, expanding your knowledge and skill set should be something you do regularly.

Focus On Benefits to Get Sales

When it comes to marketing, it's not about you. The market doesn't care about how great you are. It cares about how your greatness can fill a need.

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