Femalepreneurs: How to Get Published
It’s hard, hard work to start a business or any other enterprise. And women have unique challenges. We work hard, we work smart, and we get it done, but we also juggle home and family responsibilities. And we face obstacles that men don’t usually encounter. Reduced financing. Societal predispositions. Lack of support. Scant resources. It’s tough out there.
But women rock! We make a way when there seems to be no way, but it’s a hard road to travel. Now that the hardest part is behind you, you can write a book that establishes you as an expert in your field, increases your credibility, and attracts a following.
Has Anyone Ever Told You That You Should Write a Book?
This BookMAP will be your roadmap as you pull together any existing material you’ve already developed and write additional elements to create a marketable book. When it’s complete, you will solidify your reputation as a hardworking, inventive femalepreneur.
There’s a wide network of women helping women, and your book can change lives, save lives, or transform society. We can help you do that!
Personal Book Coaching
Do you want to accelerate and intensify the process of writing your book? One-to-one coaching may be the option for you.
Group Book Writing Mastermind
Our most popular option. Write your book with the support of other aspiring authors in an online group program.
Resources for Femalepreneurs
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