Think Like a SheEO: Succeeding in the Age of Creators, Makers and Entrepreneurs

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec 5, 2014 - Business & Economics - 168 pages

Think Like a SheEO is an enthusiastic call to women to create their own businesses that reflect their passions, strengths and values, and to do so on their own terms. With the world facing enormous challenges author and entrepreneur Vicki Saunders argues that there are also enormous opportunities, making this a prime time for women to build new models, new mindsets and new solutions for a better world. Saunders lays out eight principles to steer the reader on her own journey of shifting mindset and preparing to take the leap. With examples from her vast experience, she shares the challenges and successes other bold, gutsy and principled women who are redefining the world. Inspiring exercises pepper the chapters to guide the reader on a journey of self-discovery, helping them uncover what really matters to them, to identify their tremendous strengths and learn to overcome self-limiting beliefs. Saunders shows readers how to leverage their talents, strengths, and genuine interests to create businesses that make them happy and successful. It's not about leaning in to a system that no longer serves women, but rather creating a new model that redefines success on their own terms.

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About the author (2014)

Vicki is a serial entrepreneur, award-winning mentor, advisor to the next generation of change makers and leading advocate for entrepreneurship as a way of creating positive transformation in the world. Vicki is founder of SheEO. SheEO supports women who leverage their talents, strengths and passion to create businesses that build new models, new mindsets and new solutions for a better world. SheEO is building out a global platform to finance women-led ventures on their own terms.Vicki has co-founded and run 4 ventures in Europe, Toronto and Silicon Valley including Zazengo (an online platform for consumer and employee engagement sold to Fortune500 companies focused on sustainability), KidsNRG/The NRG Group (which went public on the Toronto Stock Exchange in 2000) and Impactanation, a global consulting firm focused on engaging youth to tackle the grand challenges we are facing. Vicki was selected as a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum, has spoken regularly at events around the world including; The World Economic Forum in Davos, Women of Influence Series in Canada, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs events and the Tallberg Forum.

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