Women Who Mean Business

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$19.95

Women Who Mean Business: The World’s Leading Women Reveal their Secrets to Help You Become More Successful in Business and Life. Compilation featuring Lee Milteer, Michele PW, Susan Kirkpatrick, Lindsay Dicks and More

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Hardcover Compilation Featuring Lee Milteer, Only $19.95 
Women who Mean Business features Celebrity Experts who have achieved outstanding success in their fields. They offer you both their knowledge and their experience to inspire you to do the same. 
From astronauts to poets to physicists to world leaders, the 20th century was replete with successful women who shattered the stereotype of the “weaker” sex. Too often these accomplishments went unlauded. In the vibrant 21st century, women are demonstrating that they are equally capable of succeeding in the entrepreneurial world; in fact, not just succeeding but leading. Women Who Mean Business celebrates leading female entrepreneurs and the achievements (and failures) that propelled them to where they are today. 
Our authors reveal techniques and methods used in the online world and the New (Social) Media, ways to attain goals, the principles of delegating, lead sourcing, lessons learned from mistakes in the corporate world, and numerous others. Such positive motivation from today’s leaders makes this an exciting and crucial read for all those who desire to learn the proven techniques used by successful businesswomen.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn from the mistakes of others and shorten your road to success? The Celebrity Experts in this book draw their material from a rich background of experiences and entrepreneurial-ism. If you dream of joining their ranks, the following expresses it all:
“May the dreams of your past be the reality of your future.”  – Author Unknown 

1 review for Women Who Mean Business

  1. AnglophileLV

    I’m always interested to know how other women are running their businesses, and this book – with over 20 successful women writing their own chapters with their best advice – is very cool. Lots of good ideas for how to start a business without loans and little capital, and ideas for expanding your business, and managing time from women who have figured it out. Considering I’m always trying to find that “work/life balance” myself, I appreciate reading about the experiences of others in the same entrepreneurial boat.

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