Boss Up!: This Ain’t Your Mama’s Business Book

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Boss Up! will help you put your business on the map and the ideas you’ve previously only dreamed about into the marketplace. It will help you overcome your fears and guilt to find a fulfillment that changes you and your families for the better. And it will help you break free of the hard and boring and allow you to have fun along the way.

In Boss Up! Lindsay helps you gain the confidence to know that having ambition doesn’t make you a bad mother or wife. That it’s okay to have a desire for something more than endless sippy cups, clean-ups, Band-Aids, and groundings. That no matter your education or experience, you can tap into your passions and create businesses that give you increased flexibility, fulfillment, and financial security.

And Lindsay doesn’t just do this through commiserating but, instead, through giving you the tools for change. Using the lessons she learned on her own path to success, Lindsay shares real, solid business principles with ten distinct success philosophies that you will encounter on the journey to entrepreneurship, such as:

  • Think Long Term
  • Be Unapologetically Yourself
  • Use the Unsales Tactic
  • Understand Your Why
  • and many more

Stay-at-home mom turned multimillion-dollar-producing business owner Lindsay Teague Moreno doesn’t just have a passion for entrepreneurship. She has a deep passion for helping women of all walks of life gain the confidence and skills to tap into their ambition and achieve success in their own business endeavors.

Boss Up Ain’t Your Momma’s Business Book

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About the author

Lindsay Teague Moreno is an author, podcaster, and business owner. In her perfect world Internet baby goat videos flow freely, mornings start at 10 a.m., and the word playdate is stricken from the English language.

In just two short years Lindsay built a seven-figure personal income, using only social media. She did this with three little girls at home and all the mom duties that come along with it. Raising businesses and babies at the same time is no easy feat, but anything is possible if you have enough dry shampoo and grit.

Having spent a considerable amount of time building multiple profitable businesses, Lindsay has gone through her share of ups and downs. With a passion for helping women find their voice and purpose, Lindsay wants to show women they can build their own version of the good life, no matter the circumstances.

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Thomas Nelson
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Published on
Aug 6, 2019
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Pages
224
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ISBN
9780785224433
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
Religion / Christian Life / Professional Growth
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
Self-Help / Personal Growth / General
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