Updated: Aug 23, 2019
In the process of writing the first book in the Boss Lady series, The Boss Lady Investor: You Don't Need a D!¢k to Understand Money™, Krista and I talked about what it really means to be a Boss Lady.
It's not an uncommon term; in fact I'm sure you've heard it before. Of all the definitions floating around on the Internet, there were two that stuck out the most:
1. “A woman who goes fiercely after what she wants, who knows building a business is just as important as building a life, and cheers for other Boss Ladies along the way. (Oh, and she doesn’t take shit from anyone.)”
2. “The woman in charge.”
A woman in charge, but of what?
To us, a Boss Lady is someone in charge of her life: all aspects of it. A woman who knows what she wants and goes for it. A lady who isn’t afraid to stand out, and continually seeks knowledge that’ll help her grow.
Boss Ladies hail from all different backgrounds and cultures. They come in all shapes and sizes, and you can find them in every industry. They are stay-at-home moms, fitness instructors, crafting gurus, CEOs, fundraisers, entrepreneurs, bloggers, web designers, entertainers, influencers, fashion divas, hippies, wives, daughters, and friends.
Boss Ladies are not afraid to take risks, and even when they fall, they get back up. Boss Ladies jump on the opportunity to learn more, try more, be more.
It's exciting to be a Boss Lady.
Does any of that resonate with you?
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And of course, the very first Boss Lady Investor™ book is hitting shelves Fall 2019--so stay tuned for that!
Until next time,