Author Felecia Hatcher believes that you don't need millions of dollars to get your business idea off the ground, but you do need to START, with what you have and where you probably are financially - on a Ramen Noodle budget! And that philosophy is the basis of her new book Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget: 12 Lessons on Becoming a Young Entrepreneur When You Are Broke!
Learn to take ownership of your success, overcome self-doubt, and banish the thought patterns that undermine your ability to feel—and act—as bright and capable as others already know you are with this award-winning book by Valerie Young.
Born to be an entrepreneur by Kristyna Zapletal is a book for mindful entrepreneurs, and it’s very definitely not your typical business or startup book. It has been written for the aspiring entrepreneur who aims to address the needs of people in their community to create a positive social impact, while maintaining control over their own physical and mental wellbeing.
As a modern entrepreneur you need an incisive vision; for both what your brand stands for and where it’s headed. You need to communicate in a way that always enchants your audience and you need to retain that focus in an increasingly noisy world. In her latest book, Brand Brilliance, bestselling author and branding expert Fiona Humberstone will take you on a comprehensive journey. She will help you to define your dream clients, refine your message and up your marketing game.
In her new book Boss Up, Beautiful!, Amber Millman tells 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.
There is one bright shining area where women start more businesses than men: women who are single start more businesses than their male counterparts. Five years ago, author and entrepreneur Erin Albert started to ask why this was the case with her first book, Single. Women. Entrepreneurs. Now, in her newly published book Single. Women. Entrepreneurs: 5 Years Later, she checks back in during a critical time for women in the US, during the #MeToo movement and a call for gender equality, more women leaders, and overall support of women.
Work It by Carrie Kerpen is an empowering guide for women in business featuring bold advice given by 50 high-profile women on how to succeed in work, leadership and life. And according to Carrie, you don't have to be a #Girlboss or "lean in" to have a dream career and live a life you love.
Contributing to academic discussions on entrepreneurship and gender in Africa, Amanobea Boateng’s new book African Female Entrepreneurship: Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good, makes for fascinating reading. It provides coverage of recent trends and an exploration of the evolution of female entrepreneurship over time. This innovative new text, written from an African woman’s perspective, fills a gap in the current literature on this topic and places important focus on the role of female entrepreneurship in Africa’s development as a continent.
What if you could increase your income, health and happiness with a few simple steps? How would your life be different if you had more financial freedom, time flexibility, energy, motivation, confidence and self-belief? What if you could hit your business, personal and financial targets easily and make a huge difference in this world? Imagine waking up every morning with no boss, looking forward to your day, working and living with purpose, passion and profit. In her new book, Mid Life Career Rescue, author and career expert Cassandra Gaisford suggests you employ yourself and get the career you have always wished for.
Building on the success of her bestselling book, Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months, Melinda Emerson is back with her new book, Fix Your Business, her 90-day plan to get control of your business and get back your life. Readers will get concrete advice on the problem areas of running a small business with a step-by-step turn around system to build a flourishing enterprise.
This book is not about what women should do, and it’s not a preachy TEDTalk. Disrupters by Dr Patti Fletcher shows what different women in business have done to reach success as they define it. From board members to CEOs to freelancers to entrepreneurs, the business world is stacked against women because they follow the unspoken rules of business culture made long before women entered the workforce.
In Cowgirl Power, US advertising CEO and cowgirl Gay Gaddis shares insights and examples for women to lead in their lives like fearless, risk-taking cowgirls. She shows them how to enhance and exude confidence, developing personal power on all fronts.
Like She Owns The Place is the long-awaited sequel to Girl Code, from one of the rock stars of the female empowerment movement. Cara Alwill Leyba's riveting voice and kinship with her audience drove the self-published success of Girl Code, a book that encouraged women to support each other in the business community. Now her many fans are ready to take the next step: building sustainable confidence from the ground up.
Dorothy Parker observed, “It’s a man’s world”, yet the women entrepreneurs and game-changers profiled in Marlene Wagman Geller’s book, Women Who Launch would beg to differ. This collection of inspirational stories and biographies of game-changing women is a testimony to women empowerment in the world.
For women entrepreneurs (and any woman launching a startup from scratch), Leapfrog - The New Revolution for Women Entrepreneurs by Nathalie Molina Nino is a smart, snappy guide that presents 50 proven ways to leapfrog over road blocks to growth and success.
In her new book, The Big Thing, New York Times business journalist Phyllis Korkki explains why it’s important for people to pursue big creative projects, and identifies both the obstacles and the productive habits that emerge on the path to completion—including her own experience writing this book.
What do Jobs & Wozniak, Page & Brin, Ben & Jerry all have in common? They were cofounders who built successful businesses together. In her new book, Cofounding the Right Way, author and entrepreneur Jana Nevrlka, shares her insights on how to build successful business partnerships that are a win-win for all concerned.
In her latest book, Creativity Rules, international bestselling author and Stanford University professor, Tina Seelig, adapts her wildly popular creativity course to a practical guide where entrepreneurs can put their best ideas into action.
Beyond Ordinary – who wants to be ordinary anyway? Author Emma Holmes’ new book, Beyond Ordinary, is for those people who have decided that they are happy to defy ordinary when it comes to building a business.
Throughout your life, you've had parents, coaches, teachers, friends and mentors who have pushed you to be better than your excuses and bigger than your fears. What if the secret to having the confidence and courage to enrich your life and work is simply knowing how to push yourself? In her new book, The 5 Second Rule, Mel Robbins, show you how.
In every challenging situation, personal or professional, individuals face the pressure to play it safe and conform to the accepted norms. But doing so comes with heavy costs: passions stifled, talents ignored, and opportunities squelched. The bolder choice is to embrace what author and entrepreneur Sarah Robb O’Hagan calls Extreme You: to confidently bring all that is distinctive and relevant about yourself to everything you do. Inspiring, surprising, and practical, her new book Extreme You is her training program for becoming the best version of yourself.
The rise of one-million-dollar, one-person businesses in the past five years is the biggest trend in employment today, offering the widest range of people the most ways to earn a living while having the lifestyles they want. In The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business, Elaine Pofeldt outlines the pathways to joining this entrepreneurial movement, synthesizing advice from hundreds of business owners who've done it.
From the founder and superstar CEO of DailyWorth.com, Amanda Steinberg - the go-to financial site for women with more than one million subscribers - comes a fresh book that redefines the relationship between women, self-worth, and money. Worth It shows women how to view money as a source of personal power and freedom—and live life on their terms.
In Build Your Dream Network, acclaimed business columnist and networking expert J. Kelly Hoey offers a fresh new approach to mastering the timeworn skill of networking in a world where everyone is posting, liking, and friending fast and furiously, but many are failing to leverage their connections successfully.
With empowering insights to help women entrepreneurs navigate the narrowest corridors of sexism, tech-industry pioneer Magdalena Yesil shares on-the-ground business advice that is as powerful as any MBA, in her new book Power-UP.
How do you transform your life and your business? According to Claudia Azula Altucher, author of Become an Idea Machine, the answer is simple. Come up with 10 ideas a day - every day. It does not matter if they are good or bad, the point is to exercise your idea muscle, to make it sweat.
We live in a busy, fast paced world where we can easily place a higher priority on achieving goals than on enjoying each day, Because of this, it can sometimes seem as if we are more like human doings, than human beings. In her new book, The To-Be List, author Latesha Randall, shows us there is another way.
Success is something everyone wants, yet it often feels elusive. How do you get it? And once you get it, how do you stay at the top? Anne-Marie Faiola’s new book, Live Your Best Day Ever, is a practical guide for achieving what you want in life―and doing it in a way that doesn’t burn you out, break your integrity, or steal from your personal and family time.
From Facebook’s COO and Wharton’s top-rated professor, the #1 New York Times best-selling authors of Lean In and Originals: a powerful, inspiring, and practical book about building resilience and moving forward after life’s inevitable setbacks.
Author and entrepreneur, Evelyn Frazier, believes that women wear invisible capes, dashing from one commitment to the next, and often it may seem impossible for this seemingly superhuman strength to extend to them owning their own businesses in their own minds. So, her new book, Lady with Steel Eggs - 12 Strategies for Starting a Successful Business, has been written to take readers on the journey of business success from inception.