Are you tired of all the "get rich quick" and "having it all" books out there? Do you feel that today's business books lack honesty and therefore inspiration? In a world full of Kardashians and fake reality shows this new book is a breath of fresh air. Who really defines success? How do we define it for ourselves? Chances are, it's not what you've been taught. While making money is a key goal for most, many women have come to realize that health, happiness, growth, and mentoring others are equally important in the ...
Are you tired of all the "get rich quick" and "having it all" books out there? Do you feel that today's business books lack honesty and therefore inspiration? In a world full of Kardashians and fake reality shows this new book is a breath of fresh air. Who really defines success? How do we define it for ourselves? Chances are, it's not what you've been taught. While making money is a key goal for most, many women have come to realize that health, happiness, growth, and mentoring others are equally important in the overall equation of success; and that success rarely means the same thing for women as it does for men. With that in mind, 14 female entrepreneurs have come together to share their intimate success stories to inspire more women to take the steps toward financial independence and personal success. This book offers a unique point of view through the adventures, struggles, and joy these women experienced on their roads to success. Learn the truth about managing your own *happiness *learning from mentors *Shedding the myths of outward success *Caring for your business, your partners, and employees Learn from real women who've been in the trenches. The passion behind the stories These authors are passionate about supporting other women in business and in life. In this book they share that passion with you. Get inspired to redefine success for yourself, as these women share vulnerability, fears, mistakes, growth, and ultimately, success. What you will find in this book 14 women came together to share their journey to success in a very direct and honest way, in order to support other women and help them reach their full potential. The women in this book are talking about rising above sexual abuse, war, adoption, immigration hardships, depression and even leaving their family behind in order to stay true to themselves. It doesn't happen every day that women support each other by opening up publicly and share their less bright side of life and business in order to redefine success. This book is the perfect gift to any woman you know and care about. How the Book Came to Be Ayelet (Ally) Nathaniel, owner of Ally Nathaniel eBook Publishing Services, has been helping people get their dream book into print for years. Earlier this year, she approached Sarah Walton, owner of Love by Sarah Walton and Better Way to Start the Day, about combining the stories of several women to deliver a completely new kind of book: shared stories of real success by women who've been in the trenches. Tired of the many "get rich quick" schemes and thinly veiled direct marketing claims of "having it all," Ally and Sarah wanted to offer real stories of success and the truth about what success means to each woman individually. Together, they reached out to several women in their networks, and the final 13 came together. Each woman has written a chapter that tells her individual story of personal triumph, moments of grief, support, growth, and ultimately, success. This book aims to offer real-world examples of success, debunking the myth that success is only measurable by external markers. For each woman, success is defined differently, and usually through trial and error. In today's hectic world, filled with a false sense of urgency, panic, and the need to appear perfect, Redefining Success is a welcome breath of fresh air, filled with truth, heart, and inspiration. The book was edited by Sarah Walton and Ayelet Nathaniel. Scroll up and grab a copy today
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