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Millenial Authorpreneur Teaches Others About #BossLiving
“The #BossLiving call to small business ownership is a gift many may experience, but few choose to pursue, and even fewer are successful at sustaining. However, one thing is certain. When the #BossLiving call to small business ownership happens, you can’t ignore it. As a result, you have to make a decision as to whether you should answer that call or not.”
Nashville, TN, May 18, 2015 – #BossLiving: A Practical Guide To Starting Your Sustainable, Small Business, written by authorpreneur and small business owner G.C. Denwiddie, demystifies the process of starting a small business for those who want to join the whopping one third of the American workforce claiming more time and financial freedom by becoming small business entrepreneurs.
Featuring tested advice from successful, small business owners, such as Kendalyn Mckisick, one half to the duo behind that’s so RAW vegan catering company; Ashley Northington of Denor Public Relations; Michael Mapes, a dynamic intuitive business coach; Dr. Janet K. Walsh, the founder of Tea Tea and Company, Alexis Grant, digital strategist and authorpreneur, as well as Tara Seals, celebrity stylist and owner of Body Decor Boutique, #BossLiving is perfect for the person with no formal business training, but who has a knack for business. Denwiddie wrote the book based on a bevy of trial and error experiences she encountered when starting her first business, DigiSmartz, a virtual assistant membership site.
By the book’s end, #BossLiving guides readers to create the foundation of their small business. For those who want a more hands-on approach to launching their small business, they can enroll in #BossLiving University, a 12-week online course that primes enrollees for small business success with strategic help from small business experts. Interested persons can learn more about #BossLiving and #BossLiving U at bossliving.me.
An award- winning authorpreneur, Ms. Denwiddie’s entrepreneurial gifts and talents were honed in the quaint town of Jackson, Tennessee. After graduating from Fisk University, she spent a year in graduate school before returning to Nashville to become a member of The Ryman Lofts, Nashville’s first downtown artist residency, as well as an inaugural member of Tiger Tank, The Nashville Business Incubator Center’s business program for young people. With a Creative Writing Master’s Degree from world-renown Lancaster University, this is her first published non-fiction book.
Denwiddie is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book-signings, contact email@example.com.