What’s it like to be a female founder? 💁♀️
I’m proud! 👏🏻
People keep asking me why I wrote a book (ICYMI: my forthcoming book Sweet Success is available for pre-order now and will be released on 11/8 🎉).
It’s a hard question to answer (because there are so many reasons), but the number one guiding force behind my writing a book was to help women create wealth.
The truth is—starting a business can be one of the fastest paths to building wealth and having financial freedom. It’s also completely life-changing, so it’s crucial, especially for first-time founders, to have the right help and approach entrepreneurship the right way.
So I’ve made it my mission to break down the barriers to entrepreneurship and open the door for the next generation of female and diverse founders.
The pandemic forced millions of women to pivot or leave the workforce entirely, and two years later, women are still contending with what’s next.
Only now, opportunity’s knocking.
We are in a time of unprecedented disruption and innovation—and it’s never been a better time for women to start a business.
I’m talking to you (yes, you)! It’s time to reevaluate how you want to work and consider what you really want to do.
I constantly hear from women that they dream of pursuing their passion or starting their own business, but they don’t think they’re ready. They have no idea how to start. And, they don’t believe that they are "founder material.”
That’s imposter syndrome talking and that self-doubt is sabotaging your success. Did you know nearly 60% of women delay starting a business because of imposter syndrome?
Let me remind you—it’s okay to be a little scared sometimes.
In fact, I remember watching Whitney Wolfe, founder and CEO of Bumble, on stage after her company had gone public, and she said she was scared to be speaking in front of all those people on stage. Can you imagine how vulnerable that was of her? And yet, it really helped me to think about it. Even Whitney Wolfe, a self-made success with a billionaire-dollar brand, faces the same fears and doubts; we really are all in it together.
So that’s the (semi-)short answer explaining why I wrote my book. But if you’re really curious, you should read the whole book! 😉
What are you waiting for? Order Sweet Success now!