Mother of Two Starts Her Own Internet Business

Posted on March 24, 2012 by


She hasn’t worked on a job for a few months now, but Mrs. Lauretta Baldwin-Wilson is vigorously searching for work; sending out dozens of resumes and is literally knocking on doors.  She has posted on Facebook asking friends to tell her of any job openings.  She has a new-born and is living on her husband’s paycheck; the financial pressure has forced her to start her own business.  During a time of slowdown in jobs, money, and business; Mrs. Wilson put her thinking cap on, rounded up her sleeves, and jumped started an excellence idea.  She has launched!/OnPointBoutiqueResaleApparel,!/lauretbald, and are innovative and inspiring.  Her efforts speak volume to a small businesswoman’s dream of helping to make ends meet, alongside her spouse, as they work together surviving these tough times.

Here’s another dream to realize; how to give a break to a struggling small startup business?  In most cases, to do that, requires a small patronage of purchasing, in this case, at least one item per year.  This is how that would work: first, to buy, one would click the link above; then, view the items; select an item of at least one item; and bang; you did it!  You’re just one person but, if the volume is there, we’ll build a business overnight.  That’s not the end; with this formula you can build business after business after business.

Here’re some questions that Mrs. Wilson answered during an interview:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (WB) How long have you been unemployed?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (MW) On and off for a couple of years now.

(WB) How did you come to term with starting your own business?                                                                                                                                                                                                                (MW) I always wanted to start my own business, but never knew how. So I started researching over the internet. With that being said, the terms came about when I kept getting laid off my jobs, but still needed to support my two kids. So I just stepped out on faith with my tax refund money.

(WB)  What’s the idea behind your business?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (MW) The ideal behind my business is:   1. To focus on trendy apparel for curvaceous women and teens at attractive prices.  2. On the resale side, I am focusing on giving my customers designer apparel at thrifty price.

(MW) What can the public do to help you?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (MW) 1. Go on my webpages and share the secret                                                                                                                                                                                                   2. Consign with my online store. 3. We appreciate your donations!

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