Boss Up! will help you put your business on the map and the ideas you’ve previously only dreamed about into the marketplace. It will help you overcome your fears and guilt to find a fulfillment that changes you and your families for the better. And it will help you break free of the hard and boring and allow you to have fun along the way.
In Boss Up! Lindsay helps you gain the confidence to know that having ambition doesn’t make you a bad mother or wife. That it’s okay to have a desire for something more than endless sippy cups, clean-ups, Band-Aids, and groundings. That no matter your education or experience, you can tap into your passions and create businesses that give you increased flexibility, fulfillment, and financial security.
And Lindsay doesn’t just do this through commiserating but, instead, through giving you the tools for change. Using the lessons she learned on her own path to success, Lindsay shares real, solid business principles with ten distinct success philosophies that you will encounter on the journey to entrepreneurship, such as:
Think Long TermBe Unapologetically YourselfUse the Unsales TacticUnderstand Your Whyand many more
Stay-at-home mom turned multimillion-dollar-producing business owner Lindsay Teague Moreno doesn’t just have a passion for entrepreneurship. She has a deep passion for helping women of all walks of life gain the confidence and skills to tap into their ambition and achieve success in their own business endeavors.
Boss Up Ain’t Your Momma’s Business Book
Moreno (Getting Noticed), host of podcast Boss Up and speaker promoting female entrepreneurship, presents 10 lessons for women looking to establish their own business. A champion for authentic living and selling, she gives straight-to-the-point encouragement and information that will be particularly helpful to mothers desiring to work for themselves while raising children. She shares her personal history of being taught an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age (her mother and grandmother were both real estate agents), finding a job in educational consulting, and eventually tying together her skills and passions to start her own business. Moreno coaches readers on how to find their niche with helpful prompts and charts. She then relates her lessons for acting on a new business idea: think long term, be unapologetically yourself, connect through feelings, and maintain brand consistency, among others. Her conversational tone and insights garnered from experience will aid readers in planning and executing business strategies. Moreno's transparency about her initial stubbornness in communicating with her husband is a highlight, showcasing the importance of professionalism with stakeholders even (or especially) when they are also one's family. Any woman interested in how to start a business or balance family life with entrepreneurial ambitions will find Moreno's work useful.
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This book is amazing and Lindsay is honest, hilarious, and motivating. Grab this book and get to work! Your worth it!