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Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
myspace
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I AM a WOMEN!!!

I believe that working woman is the most beautiful woman in the world!!

This article is from Business Space.

i figure it’s so worthy, especially for the women who want to balance family and work.

Balancing Work and Family

It is one of a famous advisor’s case.

Current business:

Chino Hills, California-based Medical Reimbursement Specialists, a Medicare-compliance company that has had three lives. Initially MRS handled electronic claims processing for local physicians. Two years later, Thomas decided to use her experience to train other women to process claims from their homes. During that time, she helped start 500 affiliate businesses, providing them with hardware, software, training, and support. Now Thomas contracts with hospitals nationwide to present Medicare-compliance seminars.

Employees:

One. When she was training women how to do electronic claims processing, Thomas had multiple offices and 15 employees.

Year founded: 1987

Previous life: Worked in the healthcare industry for 20 years. Has been a midwife, a clinical nurse and a manager of multimillion-dollar medical groups in Los Angeles and Orange County, CA. Thomas holds a master’s in healthcare administration.

Why she went into business: I needed to stay home to take care of a new baby and my two girls, then aged 9 and 13. I had moved further east of L.A., and the commute to the doctor’s office where I was working was intense — two hours a day. I found that I’d rather commute to Memphis, Chicago, or Atlanta by plane to train others than drive two hours a day around L.A.

Was most scared about: I probably should have been scared, but when I left the L.A. doctor’s practice, I had four or five consulting clients. I left a salaried position with clients in my pocket. Once you have clients, it’s not that hard to get more.

Best thing about being your own boss: I can set my own hours and decide if I want to do something or not.

Miss about working for someone else: I would love to have someone pay for my trade newsletters, journal subscriptions, and regional conference meetings, but that’s the trade-off.

Average day like: When I’m on the road, I leave on Sunday and hit five cities — all located within an hour of each other in the same region — and return home on Friday. I do that twice a month. If I’m on the road, I arrive the night before a seminar. That night I’ll relax, have dinner, try to get to bed early. I’ll get up at 7 a.m. to make sure my conference room is set up for the 30 to 40 people who usually attend my seminars. A seminar company takes care of registering the participants and all of the seminar details.

The seminar runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with an hour break for lunch — an easy day. The other two weeks is family time. I spend that time at home, usually on the Internet answering clients’ questions and updating the content in my workbooks. When I’m gone, I’m gone. When I’m home, I’m home — I do the Little League thing, keep up with my two boys. My girls are now in their early 20s. I’m also a grandmother, so I do a little of that role when I’m home.

Biggest daily challenge: Making my family let go. I don’t allow them to call during the day when I’m on the road. I refuse to carry a cell phone because I don’t want to be that accessible. I tell them only to call if they are dead or hemorrhaging. And if they are dead, I don’t want to hear about it anyway.

Best source of advice and support: My husband. He makes it very easy for me to do this. It has to be a partnership. I went on the road when my older son was five months old. We have a great day-care Mom next door, and I figured if my husband could get the kids up,

get them dressed, and take them next door and then pick them up at the end of the day, then we would be OK. My older son, now 13, has to take responsibility for his homework. All three of my guys are perfectly capable of doing things themselves.

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09-06-2006 02:15 AM

Re: Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
Termi0n
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Termi0n

Career women are a pain in the ass but you’re free to marry whoever you want.

Women want fried ice. -Arab Proverb

09-06-2006 02:19 AM

Re: Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
Happy_Bullet
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Happy_Bullet
mmm unfortunately beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Most women that think they are “beautiful in themselves so they’ll do what they want” simply have a greater likelihood of never having their narcissism validated externally.

Men have standards. Women will be compared. DEAL WITH IT.

09-06-2006 02:34 AM

Re: Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
MartianBachelor
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MartianBachelor
Only reference to hubby…

Best source of advice and support: My husband.

Poor guy.

`Nuf said.

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“The loudest, most strident voices calling women weak, stupid, and incapable of competing in the world at large are the feminists.” – zed the zen priest

09-06-2006 02:51 AM

Re: Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
Mamonaku
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Mamonaku
Myspace said,

“I AM a WOMEN!!!

I believe that working woman is the most beautiful woman in the world!!”

Nice to meet you!

I am a little disappointed though… I thought there was gonna be a pic of a hot ass babe in a micromini business suit.

Darn!!!
Oh well. I guess I will keep my sick porno fantasies to myself.

Anyway, so WHY should we marry career women again??

Welcome aboard!

(And post pics of hot ass career gals next time… or your fired!!!)

*_*

09-06-2006 07:30 AM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

You sound like Miscwit’s ex. Bitter and angry.   What is the problem?

09-06-2006 11:20 AM

Re: Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
myspace
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myspace

women are lovely because they are considerate, warmhearted!

And they can depend on themselves and leave a capacious room to their husband!! Right?

09-08-2006 05:28 AM

Re: Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
Anna
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Anna

Career women are beautiful, while it’s not the standard to weigh.

09-15-2006 05:36 AM

Re: Working women is the most beautiful women. (from space.bosslink.com)
reclaff
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reclaff

Message Edited by reclaff on 07-30-2007 03:59 PM

09-15-2006 11:17 AM

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