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Keeping it Personal with Jill

About the Author

Jill Hart's entrepreneurial career began in her teens when she spent a summer working with her father who ran his own business. When he put her in charge of a Coke machine and allowed her to keep the profits, she saw the benefits of being her own boss. She is the founder of the popular Christian work-at-home website, Jill has articles published in In Touch Magazine, P31 Woman magazine and Focus on the Family’s Thriving Family, as well as across the web on sites like She is the author of So You Want To Be a Work-at-Home Mom and speaks to audiences around the country about faith, business and leadership topics.
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My Life As A Failure: When We Want To Quit

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Have you had one of those days where you just wanted to quit? I reached that point recently – I just wanted to lay everything down and take a nap… …a five year nap. I felt overwhelmed, stretched-too-thin and had convinced myself that certainly anyone else could all these things better than I could. So  …

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My Life As A Failure: When We Judge


Do you ever find yourself judging others? I don’t intend to judge the way those around me dress or talk or style their hair. And when I am consciously thinking about it, I know that I am certainly no better than anyone… …if anything I’m probably worse. But those judgmental thoughts still creep in. In  …

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My Life As A Failure: It’s Okay To Be Wrong


We have been having an attitude issue around our house lately. When we ask our kids to do something or remind them of something they need to do, their reply is, “I know.” When they are corrected, they respond with, “I knew that.” Maybe this doesn’t sounds like a big deal. And the words themselves  …

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My Life As a Failure: It’s Okay Not To Fit In


“Wow!” “Whoa! Look at that!” “Mom … are you sure this is OUR hotel?” These were the reactions of my kids on our last vacation as we pulled our tiny Subaru into the valet parking drive of a four-star hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. Because of the cost, we generally stay at lower-class hotels (think  …

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