In her new book, The Purposed CEO - A Guide for Women Entrepreneurs, author Latasha WOP Williams brings together the insights, personal experiences, and advice from a diverse range of women CEOs from all business sectors who have been there and got the proverbial T Shirt.
The Purposed CEO by Latasha WOP Williams is a must read for all women entrepreneurs! You will be inspired by each chapter! The women featured in the book share useful tips and advice, as well as insights into how they have built and sustained their businesses, often through challenging times! You will learn so much from these powerful CEOs! No matter if you are just starring in your business or if you have been in business for years, this book will help you go to the next level!
Author Latasha covers such topics as the art of getting your message out there that your business exists and what it does; the importance of networking with other women business owners; turning your passion into profit; knowing your audience and its pain points; the need to set concrete goals; and the benefits of having a mentor. So open up this easy read and be prepared to take notes and fulfill your life and business potential whilst being inspired.
This isn’t just another book about women entrepreneurs. It’s a book about teaching, revision, and transparency from purposed CEOs.
Starting a business isn’t easy. Whether it’s picking a business idea, creating a business plan, or attempting to secure funding, a lot of things can go wrong. However, with a solid idea and a strong support system, a woman can become a successful entrepreneur.
Starting a company isn’t always easy, and it’s critical you work on something that means a lot to you.
If you want to build a large and successful business, you cannot do it alone. You need to get over your fear of rejection and network like it’s your job.
About the author
Latasha WOP Williams is a successful author and entrepreneur who describes herself as a Woman of Purpose. To her clients, audiences and colleagues, it is known that when Latasha steps into a room, purpose has shown up. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Latasha is making her impact in the world of entrepreneurship, as well as on many faith-based platforms. She can perhaps best be described as a marketplace minister. Latasha WOP Williams is easiest described as a woman of purpose. To her clients, colleagues and audiences, it is known that when Latasha steps in the room, purpose has shown up! A native of Cleveland, Ohio. Latasha is making a world impact in the entrepreneurial world as well as many faith based platforms. Perhaps Latasha can be best described as a marketplace minister. Her self composed stages and various business opportunities help other to become better and that is indeed ministry! Latasha currently resides in South Carolina, but as a coach, speaker and independent travel consultant, she is a woman on the go - and avails herself to events globally, such as; conferences, retreats and workshops in both corporate and faith-based arenas. As, a woman of purpose, she has a strong desire to speak to the hearts and minds of other women and pull them into their greatness. Latasha regularly speaks on various media, podcasts, and event platforms in the USA.
Why LOA loves it….
In business, knowing your purpose is key to success. Embracing and harnessing that purpose also helps you to drive a business that is highly focused, vision oriented, and ultimately capable of achieving its goals. In her new book, The Purposed CEO, Latasha WOP Williams shares the insights of many women CEOs who are successfully building and sustaining purpose driven businesses. By reading and learning about the personal experiences of other women entrepreneurs who are finding success despite all the usual hurdles of launching and building a business, it helps others on their journeys. This is a good read for all those women entrepreneurs who need to see what success looks like in the world of entrepreneurship and how it can be achieved by learning from others. --- Melanie Hawken, founder and editor-in-chief of Lionesses of Africa