I am a writer. I have always loved to write. And I have been writing since I could hold a pencil in my "sinister" left hand. As a child, I once spent an entire day transcribing Superman 2 for the sheer joy of filling up a whole notebook with my scrawl (we had VCRs back in that day, so it was an even more tedious task than you can imagine), and wrote a script for my favorite cartoon that I am still convinced was somehow stolen from me. (There is no way the writers would have thought about hatching a love affair between two antagonists if my eight-year-old brain hadn’t suggested it, right!?)
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So it's been blissful writing Entreprenora: Live Your Best Life, Be Your Best Self because I get to do what I have always been drawn to (writing, sharing expertise, and offering strong - but informed! - opinions) for people I have always been drawn to (bold, ambitious women with brimming brains and overflowing hearts). In the book you'll find all of the key lessons and of all the why-didn't-I-think-of-that! tips that I learned and implemented along the way to becoming a pretty darn good entrepreneur, business strategist, partner, parent, individual, and human being even when it wasn't always as smooth as I would have liked (is it ever?). And you'll get lots of practical, actionable tips that you can implement to create success for your whole life. We are not compartmented people, despite what we tell ourselves. Life and work are the same; there is no work-life balance, just life-life balance, and you get to choose which pieces go on which side of the scale to achieve that balance. My aim is that reading Entreprenora will help you figure out how to even the scales so you can live your best life and be your best self.