She's So Boss

She's So Boss

by Stacy Kravetz

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Overview

She's So Boss by Stacy Kravetz


A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDEBOOK DESIGNED TO BRING OUT THE BOSS IN GIRLS BY GIVING THEM THE CONFIDENCE AND SKILLS THEY NEED TO TRANSFORM THEIR PASSIONS INTO A THRIVING BUSINESS



Whether you already have an idea for a business or you're mulling how to turn the things you enjoy into a self-sustaining enterprise, this book will connect the dots. From inspiration to execution, there are concrete steps every young entrepreneur, creator, or leader needs to take, and this book shows you how.




Packed with information and with the profiles of more than a dozen real-life girl bosses who have turned their passions into business, She's So Boss is about thinking big, aiming high, and becoming the boss of your thing, whether it's a blog about baking organic treats or playing guitar and putting your music videos on YouTube.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781681444161
Publisher: Quercus
Publication date: 05/30/2017
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 643,631
Product dimensions: 16.70(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.90(d)
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

About the Author

Stacy Kravetz is an author, TV scriptwriter, and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles. She is the author of several books, including Welcome to the Real World: You've Got an Education, Now Get a Life!; The Dating Race: An Undercover Report from the Frontlines of Modern Romance; Keep Your Frenemies Close; and Girl Boss: Running the Show Like the Big Chicks (introduction by Gillian Anderson), the book that inspired the She's So Boss web series and multimedia project. It was a Los Angeles Times bestseller and a number-one LA Times Children's Book Bestseller. Stacy is also the product of an all-girls high school, which she credits for having eviscerated for her the line between what girls want to do and what they can do.

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