Namibia has no shortage of dynamic women with the ability, brains and willpower to bring about positive change to their organizations, their communities, and the world. Yet, when we question why women remain underrepresented in positions of leadership, a common and untrue response is, “We can’t find ‘good’ women.” In their new book, Follow Her Lead, authors and entrepreneurs Claudette Nahum & Nangula Shejavali, look to set the story straight.
If you have ever wondered how to Redesign Your Business To Earn More, Work Less And Be Free, then author Natalie Sisson has the answer. In The Freedom Plan book she shows you how to reclaim your time, streamline your business, and be more profitable while living your ideal lifestyle and feeling on purpose!
In her book Imperfect Courage, Jessica Honegger, founder of the popular fair trade jewelry brand Noonday Collection, shares her story of starting the rapidly growing business that impacts over 4,500 artisans in vulnerable communities across the globe. She invites readers on a journey of transformation, challenging them to trade their comfort zones for a life of impact and adventure.
In her No #1 Bestseller, The Suitcase Entrepreneur, author Natalie Sisson teaches you how to package your skills to earn enough money to work and live anywhere, build a profitable online business you love, and live life according to your rules. If you’ve always thought that running a profitable business from your laptop, and having the freedom to do what you want when you want was just a pipe dream, then think again.
What does it take to build a successful small business? Author Cheryl Leitschuh has some of the answers in her new book, Straight Talk for Smart Business Women. She believes it starts with accessing the critical tools needed to build and grow your business, and then hearing the stories of those who have successfully done it before.
In Mumboss, Vicki Psarias, founder of HonestMum.com, shares her #mumboss manifesto for surviving and thriving at work and at home. Vicki writes about everything from juggling work and family, to regaining your confidence after having a baby and battling imposter syndrome.
Everyone hears about the so-called ‘overnight success stories’ in business and the world of entrepreneurship, but the reality is often very different. But what is true is that every entrepreneur has a fascinating, personal story to tell, and in the case of author and entrepreneur, Pamela Hilliard Owens, her new book It Takes Ten Years to Become an Overnight Success! tells her story of her first ten years as a freelance business owner.
The Invisible Revolution has been written especially for mums by Nicola Huelin, herself a mum and award-winning business coach and mentor. It’s an inspirational and practical handbook bringing you precious insights, inspiration and real-world advice on how to start, grow and sustain a successful business – without compromising your quality of family life, health or sanity.
In Secrets of Successful Sales, Alison Edgar, known as The Entrepreneur's Godmother, brings together psychology and sales to help you develop a winning strategy for increasing sales and growing your business. Centred around Alison's Four Key Pillars of Sales methodology, this book enables you to understand customer behaviours, provides you with a foolproof process, explains how to create an effective strategy, and close with confidence.
Style & Substance by style guru, Liz Dennery Sanders, is an invaluable guide and practical workbook for women who want to build their confidence, their brands and their bank accounts. In Style & Substance, you'll learn how to build a strong, distinctive brand that's immediately recognizable, just like Chanel, DryBar or Beyonce. You'll clarify how you want to be perceived, how to build that exact perception in people's minds, and how to attract your dream clients and customers without spreading yourself too thin and burning yourself out.
In her latest edition of Hey Ladies, Stop Apologizing, author Maja Jovanovic shows women how to push themselves out of their comfort zones and into action! If you are one of those women who constantly doubt themselves or their abilities, or who downplay their achievements, or refuse to take credit for a job well done, then this is the book for you.
The Barefoot Executive by Carrie Wilkerson offers practical advice on how to live life on your terms. Want to start your workday with e-mail and coffee on the back patio? Want the flexibility of joining your fourth grader on an all-day field trip? Are you ready to take that vacation you've been planning for years? Then you have a choice to make, and The Barefoot Executive will help jump-start your transition.
The Female Entrepreneur, by Charly Lester and Caroline Brealey, is a step-by-step guide to starting your own business. Combining personal stories, practical advice and quotes from leading female founders, The Female Entrepreneur will teach you how to start your business, brand it, attract clients, and make sales.
Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women by Otegha Uwagba is the modern career and entrepreneurial guide every young creative woman needs, whether you’re just starting out or already have a few years of experience under your belt. Packed with fresh ideas and no-nonsense practical advice, this travel-sized handbook is guaranteed to become your go-to resource when it comes to building the creative career and business you want.
What really distinguishes the people who literally change the world--those creative geniuses who give us one breakthrough after another? What differentiates Marie Curie or Elon Musk from the merely creative, the many one-hit wonders among us? The science behind the traits and quirks that drive creative geniuses to make spectacular breakthroughs is explored in this new book Quirky, by Melissa Schilling. It’s insights make for fascinating reading for all those entrepreneurs interested in innovating and changing the world in their own unique way.
In The Magic of Tiny Business, by ECOBAGS founder and pioneering green business champion, Sharon Rowe shows entrepreneurs and business owners how to build a profitable, right-scaled, sustainable business that doesn't compromise their values.
There is no such thing as job security. Across the globe, there is an increasing forced exodus of 50 to 60-year-old employees happening within companies across multiple industries. Losing your job at 50+ brings with it a host of major issues that can have a long-term impact on your lifestyle, your immediate family and financial well-being. In The 50—60 Something Start-up Entrepreneur, fifty something entrepreneur and author Pamela Wigglesworth shares her concrete, step-by-step process that will show you exactly how to start and run your own small business using the entrepreneur path framework.
It's no secret that the world of work has changed, and we're shifting toward an ever more entrepreneurial, self-reliant, work-from-wherever-you-are economy. That can be a liberating force, and many professionals dream of becoming independent, whether by starting their own businesses, becoming consultants or freelancers, or developing a sideline. But according to author Dorie Clark in her new book, Entrepreneurial You, there's a major obstacle professionals face when they contemplate taking the leap: how to actually make money doing what they love.
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.