When I first decided I wanted to own a small business, I couldn’t find a book that provided a simple summation of what it meant to be a small business owner.
All the books I found were either too dry, confusing, boring, theoretical or plain ol’ overwhelming.
I wanted a quick, easy read with real life examples from successful small business owners that would show how a person with no formal business background experience, like me, could be a small business owner, too.
Unfortunately, a lot of the business books I read weren't cutting it.
However, they did paint a somewhat vague picture of what it meant to go into business for myself.
Thus, armed with my new found business knowledge, I started a boutique virtual assistant firm, DigiSmartz. Through this process, I learned a lot and helped a lot of people. Ultimately, I ended DigiSmartz and used what I learned to focus on my authorpreneuring.
One day, on a sunny afternoon, I thought about how much easier my #BossLiving journey would have been had I been equipped with a better idea of what small business ownership actually looked like.
What if I could help aspiring small business owners by sharing what I wished I would have known in the beginning of my small business journey?
With Toni Morrison's advice, 'Write the book you want to read.' ringing in my ears, the #BossLiving book was born, as well as #BossLiving University, a course designed to help you launch your business in a day!
I'm so thankful you've stopped by, and I hope #BossLiving has been helpful to you.
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