You want a flexible schedule to focus on what truly matters – making memories with your little ones, and enjoying your dream lifestyle. Unfortunately, a 9 to 5 job will not provide this. What’s the point of working so hard building someone else’s dream when you could be building yours.

It’s intimating trying to figure out how to build a business. That’s where I come in.


My name is Irene Rivkah Krasnoff. Every since I was 14, I dreamed of having a family with a nice house and lovely vacations.

Unfortunately, the constant criticism, verbal & emotional abuse I suffered as a child left me deeply scarred. To make matters worse, a friend of my parents molested me. When my parents found out they blamed me!


So in my 20s, I experienced multiple incidents of sexual assault which led to a very abusive 1st marriage that ended in divorce.

35 was a defining moment in my life. I went into therapy.

The end result, I married the man of my dreams only to be confronted with infertility. Then in 2008, IBM laid me off. I felt so dejected, as I was a great professional who helped my division bring in millions from client projects.

I was doing very well in college and at work to gain approval from my professors and employers because I lacked parental love. So being laid off made me feel like a failure.

Fast forward to November 7, 2011 – I found out I was pregnant from the transfer of a frozen embryo that was saved from my 2nd round of IVF!! The last remaining embryo and no money left over for additional treatments!

Finally we were able to breathe a sigh of relief…. During my pregnancy, I worked part-time on sales and marketing projects, as I wanted to enjoy the joys of pregnancy.

After my baby girl was born, I knew I needed to figure out how to earn an income and be with her at home so I could witness and cherish every single milestone.

So that’s how I stumbled into entrepreneurship, working on numerous part-time sales and marketing projects.

I participated in many a conference call holding my baby or changing her diaper while putting the phone on mute. When I unmuted the phone, I had to place her in her playpen or crib and then make sure no one heard her gurgles or chatter.

In 2014 I wrote a book “Mommy+Baby+Work=3.” Sales didn’t go as I expected so in 2015 I was inspired to start Aspiring Mompreneur to help moms work from home.

In 2016, I took Aspiring Mompreneur in a different direction, helping a number of moms build and grow profitable businesses.

I was doing fine for 2 years until 2018 when my PTSD reared its ugly head and I started to have panic attacks. I was floundering big time in my business.

I worked on my mindset for several months. Finally, in January I had a breakthrough.

Now I have a flourishing business with clients ready to go on board to work with me and my business partner.

My track record of successfully building my own home business plus 15+ years’ experience in business consulting and strategy makes me uniquely qualified to serve as a business strategist and coach for moms who want to build home businesses.

If all of this sounds too good to be true, let me assure you thousands and thousands of mom entrepreneurs nationally and globally are building 6 and even 7 figure businesses.

You can too!