In her new book Boss Up, Beautiful!, Amber Millman tell us that as females, we have this beautifully powerful source within us and that is our intuition. All we have to do is trust it. In Boss Up, Beautiful, she talks about the lessons she’s learned, and shares the ups and the downs of her entrepreneurial journey. If you have ever felt like entrepreneurs are just showing the highlight reel, then you are not alone. Amber is here to share her personal experiences and insights. In this book, she shows you how to learn to always look for the silver lining in every situation, and that following your intuitive guide is and always will be the answer.
She talks practically about overcoming fear, developing yourself as a person and an entrepreneur, looking for the positive in life and business, harnessing the power of patience, and ultimately owning your intuition.
Here are a few things that I want you to know and remember! I’m a big dreamer. I want you to dream big too! I believe ambition and creativity are key! I want you to believe in your dreams fiercely! Remember that it all begins within!
Are you going through a transformation period in your life or business? Are you making big changes or want to make big changes? Do you have this undeniable desire inside telling you that this change has to be made? I have been there too. I closed my brick and mortar business of eight years and started over completely.
I’m here to tell you that you are not alone. Transforming your life or business can be done. I want to support you as you progress on your journey.
About the Author
Amber Millman has been an entrepreneur for the past thirteen years. In late 2015, she closed her brick and mortar business of eight years and never looked back. She had this deep desire to help women so she received her certification in life and business coaching. She is now on a mission to show women they can transform their life or business at any stage. She wants women to create a life and business they truly love.
Why LoA loves it….
Author Amber Millman talks at a very personal level in her new book. One of the key messages that resonates from her story of the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur, is that when you are building a business it doesn’t matter where you come from, it does not dictate where you are going. Amber is not one of those women entrepreneurs who went to business school and emerged with a foolproof plan, she just made decisions for her business based on intuition, did lots of research, and worked very hard. She is a great example of what can happen if you push yourself and your boundaries, follow your dreams and push for them to become reality, and ultimately follow your gut instinct. --- Melanie Hawken, founder and ceo of Lionesses of Africa