When Barbara Winter was growing up in a small farming community in southern Minnesota, she was the kid who was always saying to her friends and younger sisters, "Let's make something and sell it!" This entrepreneurial spirit continued throughout high school despite the lack of encouragement from her family, teachers or school counselors.
Gathering her courage, she started her first home-based business before there was even a name for this work-at-home phenomenon. Drawing on her growing passion for personal growth and development, she created a pioneering program for women called The Successful Woman. Those early ideas morphed into entrepreneurial seminars, including Making a Living Without a Job and Establish Yourself as an Expert. Those programs became wildly popular with adult education centers around the country.
Visit her website to learn more about her "travel gear for the joyfully jobless life:" www.barbarawinter.com