"Every woman who owns a small business would benefit from reading this book. London's advice is direct, clever, and funny to boot."
The Business Bible for the Unconventional Entrepreneur offers practical, applicable tips for starting or growing your small business of turning your passion into a paycheck. Whether you own a pet business, a tattoo shop, a pole dance studio, or a unicorn-themed cannabis bakery, this guide serves up serious business advice in a not-so-serious manner.
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The book lays out step-by-step systems for making over your business.
It lays out the 9 core conventions of running a good business and issues bite-sized, 5-day challenges for practicing each convention. #LADYBOSSCHALLENGE
Practice implementing the strategies laid out throughout the book with thought-provoking worksheets.
LIZ LONDON is the Founder of The Ladyboss Nation, an online network of female business owners in creative and alternative industries who learn and work together to grow their badass businesses. She is also owner of *SPARK* Business Tools for Unconventional Entrepreneurs, which offers affordable business coaching, training and digital marketing tools for women who seek to level up their small businesses. She's a serial entrepreneur, certified dog trainer, belly dancer, reptile-raiser, and a bit of a bohemian punk. Liz does not make six figures or drive a nice car. She doesn't have a business degree, hasn't appeared on TV, and her biggest marketing accomplishment to date was simply creating a Match.com profile catchy enough to land her soulmate, Levi.
"Lordy! I wish a guide like this had been available to me when I was starting out as a flailing entrepreneur. It is truly like having a mentor right in your back pocket. The information Mrs. London shares is not only encouraging, useful and wise, she writes with such wit and humor, you'll want to take her out to lunch and pick her brain in person."
"This is the book that any future ladyboss should read when starting her own business... funny, honest, useful ... a great read whilst giving very valuable business tips for those who want them and priceless advice that can only come from experience in a non-patronizing way. I wish I'd read it years ago!"
"The Business Bible for the Unconventional Entrepreneur serves up pragmatic advice for those of us making our way through the gig economy on our own terms. Irreverent and practical, Liz brings her experience to the table and invites readers to pull up a chair. You'll leave the book with immediately applicable tips, a fresh perspective on your business, clarity about where your business fits into your life, and the sense that Liz has become your new best friend."
"Call it magic, call it being a social worker by trade, I know "special" when I see it. Liz has been skilled beyond her years since I first saw her perform as a young girl on a sunny day in April. This sparked the beginning of both a friendship and an eventual business collaboration. I expect no less of Liz than to have produced this amazing book that all ladybosses should have in their toolkit. She knows her stuff - now you can know it as well."
-Samra; founder of Desert Rose Belly Dance Company, the Midsouth Pyrate Festival, and Witch City Realty
"I expected this book to be a powerful "shero" motivational session full of rah-rah and swear words, but a bit light on practicality. Wow, was I wrong! Liz provides solid business advice and tips (from someone who's clearly done it before--and is not just preaching it) camouflaged in entertaining anecdotes and sharp wit. I think one of the most powerful qualities of the book is the fact that Liz doesn't assume anything. She defines terms and articulates business principles with the novice in mind while not ignoring the more experienced professional. The "Startup Checklist" and the Advice from a Bookkeeper in the Appendices will be some of the most valuable information for the budding entrepreneur. If you're a solopreneur--man or woman--this book is for you!"
-Steven Rice, Entrepreneurship Instructor, member of the Board for the Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation