Read Find Your Extraordinary: Dream Bigger, Live Happier, Achieve Success on Your Own Terms by Embracing the Entrepreneurial Spirit in You Online Free - What if you could, with a little effort, live an extraordinary life? A life in which you felt deep passion for everything you did, and always had time for what matters most? A life in which you had the power, the daring, and the will to make your boldest dreams come true, all while you happily left feelings of inadequacy or guilt behind?
Yes, it is possible to take your life from ordinary to extraordinary. The secret? Cultivating the entrepreneurial spirit inside you – the spirit that allows you to embrace your individuality, to look not just at what is but at what could be, to believe in yourself beyond reason and to step up to creating your own definition of happiness and success - a version of success in which work and family life happily co-exist - instead of chasing a cookie-cutter version.
Here, Jessica Herrin, serial entrepreneur and founder and CEO of the Stella & Dot Family Brands, shows how the classic traits of successful entrepreneurs are ones each one of us can develop – and use not only to create a company, but also to create an extraordinary life. Whether we work a corporate job, run a family, or run our own business, Herrin offers realistic, attainable steps each one of us can take to achieve extraordinary success on our own terms. Through candid and inspiring lessons from her life as a successful CEO and working mother of two, as well as stories of many amazing individuals she’s met along the way, Herrin inspires and empowers us to dial up the sound of our own voices and make our authentic dreams a reality.
This book isn’t about having it all; it’s about having what matters most to you. It is about how to find your extraordinary – your extraordinary career, your extraordinary happiness, your extraordinary life.
|Title||:||Find Your Extraordinary: Dream Bigger, Live Happier, Achieve Success on Your Own Terms by Embracing the Entrepreneurial Spirit in You|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
May 07, 2016
I stayed up very late to finish reading this book - racing through it searching for answers to the personal questions on my mind about my personal and professional path. I found a lot of answers. The most meaningful answer I found actually surprised me. I finished the book and thought to myself -...
August 20, 2017
Loved this book! Jessica goes above and beyond in her book, giving the reader tangible tasks to complete and questions to answer on how she can find her extraordinary. Jessica herself has quite the career and the willpower, work ethic, and innovative spirit mean to inspire. Many business memoirs...
May 29, 2017
This book was AMAZING!!! So incredibly smart and inspiring, even if you aren't a Stylist with Stella & Dot! I highly recommend to anyone looking to get more out of their life, get out of a rut, or just feel fabulous about women and yourself.
October 03, 2017
I thought this book was incredible. I thought it was so inspirational and meaningful. It also gives a lot of great advice. This is a must read.
January 16, 2018
This book is so inspiring and makes me want to go out in the world, no excuses and just work as hard as I can!
January 01, 2018
Loved loved loved it. Ate it up. Read it twice and took notes. Would appreciate more actionable steps, but loved her no-excuses tenacious spirit. xo
July 02, 2017
Inspirational and great to hear about Jessica's journey!
June 06, 2017
Overall a good read...I do have to say that chapter 10 was completely unnecessary and cringe inducing. The statements really made her privilege show which was a shame.
November 05, 2016
I picked this book on a whim at the public library. Even if you aren't an entrepreneur (I'm not), this book has something for everyone - working moms, stay-at-home moms, part-time working moms, etc. I jotted down so many notes to refer back to for my own life. According to DiLullo Herrin, there a...
May 24, 2017
This was definitely a book where the publisher said "that's good, but it really needs to be LONGER." In the end, this book feels fairly generic, too broad, and about twice as long as it needed to be. Stella & Dot consultants will probably love all the stories about how great Stella & Dot...