What Can YOU Learn From a Woman Entrepreneur?
Why would I, a non-preneur, be interested in reviewing a book about women entrepreneurs? I have not started my own business, I have no desire to be the head of a company I’ve built from the ground up, and I certainly have no desire to dress in business attire, well, if Iâ€™m being honest, ever again. None of that holds any appeal.
That doesnâ€™t mean I donâ€™t have any dreams or aspirations though, I would love to do something creative with writing and photography maybe. Maybe. Iâ€™m not sure yet. So while I raise my children and work part-time, I blog and take photographs, take online courses and learn editing programs.
For when I am ready.
So Iâ€™m not exactly an entrepreneur but that doesnâ€™t preclude me from having the desire to someday make money doing what I love, nor does it preclude me from wanting to be great at what I do.
What, then, does Women Entrepreneur Revolution: Ready! Set! Launch!Â have to do with my indecision?
If you are an entrepreneur this book is most definitely for you. You will get advice on defining and choosing appropriate role models; identifying successful behaviors; managing fear and self-doubt; and becoming a role model for others wanting to follow in your footsteps.
If you are not an entrepreneur but have any desire to work for yourself, do something you love to make money, or simply design a life you loveâ€¦this book is for you. You will get advice on defining and choosing appropriate role models; identifying successful behaviors; managing fear and self-doubt; and becoming a role model for others wanting to follow in your footsteps.
Do you see what I did there? Being successful in business, especially as an entrepreneur, depends a lot on your success in life. The same general skills are needed for both â€“ and Jenn Aubert has identified some basic, yet often elusive, considerations for any woman interested in taking the journey to become better.
Included with her findings are real-life stories. Women who have wanted more from their lives and faced their fear and self-doubt, defined their â€œwhy,â€ put one foot in front of the other and kept working towards achieving their dreams. If you check out the last section of the book, it is full of quotes and inspiration from the women interviewed by Jenn. Iâ€™m warning you now, after reading section oneâ€¦every time you see Oprahâ€™s name, youâ€™ll probably laugh.
This book is different from other entrepreneur-inspired books youâ€™ll read because Jenn, an avid reader of â€œbusiness lit,â€ realized women were sorely underrepresented in the genre. So she took a year to research this book and fix that. This is a book for women entrepreneurs. Itâ€™s about a revolution.
And how you can be a part of it.
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Disclaimer: I was offered the opportunity to review Women Entrepreneur Revolution: Ready! Set! Launch! by Crystal Ponti of Blue Lobster Book Co. I received a complimentary copy of the book in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Links to the book are affiliate links.