A Woman's Guide To Working For Herself

A Woman's Guide To Working For Herself

Author: Sandra Hewett

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781848034662

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

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The rise of the female entrepreneur over the past 30 years is a cause for celebration in the UK. Whether driven by unfair treatment at work, conflict between office and family life, or the inspiration of a great business idea, hundreds of thousands of women are motivated to work for themselves. There are many benefits to being self employed but many, too, are the challenges. Women need confidence, support, and often some start-up finance to make a go of it. This book will provide inspiration, information and loads of advice from a range of women who run their own business. It starts by recognising that women start all kinds of ventures in many different circumstances: - Developing an idea from home - Freelancing - Joining the 'mumpreneurs' - Launching a business with capital investment - Buying a franchise or creating a franchise - Becoming an direct selling agent - Creating a social enterprise - Starting up after redundancy or unemployment - Breaking new ground - young, retired, disabled, disadvantaged

The Single Woman's Guide to Loving Herself

The Single Woman's Guide to Loving Herself

Author: Monet Esbee

Publisher: Booktango

ISBN: 9781468943375

Category: Self-Help


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Ever find yourself dazed and confused? In one unfulfilling, going nowhere relationship after the other? We have ALL been there at some point in our lives, and sometimes the problem lies internally. The idea of finding love and receiving love from another person begins with first knowing how to love yourself! Because no one can see and believe your truth until you see and believe what you yourself know to be true. The Single Woman's Guide to Loving Herself is a book written to help women do just that! Learn to discover themselves and through that discovery, learn to love the person you are, the woman you were created to be! We are queens, and how we carry ourselves should reflect that. Learn how to navigate through the love & dating maze, learn to tap into what he's thinking and make decisions to benefit you. Learn how to dress, live and love like you know your self worth. Learn to choose your friends wisely. The SWG has all this to offer and much more? Are you ready to be inspired?

The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism

The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism

Author: Bernard Shaw

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 0878559620

Category: Social Science

Page: 570

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With great wit and forcefulness, Shaw here presents the conditions under which he thought the world could look forward to the future with hope. This book sets out most completely Shaw's indictment of capitalism as the source of both domestic injustice and international enmity, and his arguments for a socialist egalitarian society as the only society assured a healthy future.

I'm 30 Now What: A Woman’s Guide To Living A Life Of Choice

I'm 30 Now What: A Woman’s Guide To Living A Life Of Choice

Author: Ky-Lee Hanson

Publisher: Golden Brick Road Publishing House Inc.

ISBN: 9781988736198

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 244

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I’m 30, Now What?! is a discovery through the perception of women born between 1977 - 1987. At the time of writing this book, we are in our thirties. There is something about our generation that never quite fit in a traditional sense. Our authors are from, or have lived in, Canada, USA, Turkey, Germany, Barcelona, and Europe, yet there is a common feeling of displacement across the globe within our “lost” generation. We were the first generation to have vast choices around education, career, and our role in the household. We were able to stumble off the traditional path, and survive. We were raised in a very transitional phase from single to dual income households, and grew up during the rise of broken-homes. We saw war for its true colors - an industry and not an act of “freedom,” the creation of the internet and watching it “burst,” followed by an economic, banking, and housing crash. We also saw positive change: rapid gentrification, spirituality, equal rights, gay rights and same-sex marriage, the-everyday-feminist and females running the workplace, male nurses, stay at home dads, and moms to mompreneurs to childless-women-by-choice finding commonalities outside of mommyhood. As adults, we view diversity and open-mindedness as our way of life. We didn’t start all these trends, but we are the outcome. We were born to be a generation of change; a generation of options. Maybe instead of being the lost generation, we were the born - Choice Makers. Yet, we don’t fully own this… We CAN choose a life outside of a cookie cutter mold, and we have the right to be unapologetic when doing so. This book is a heavy, controversial eye-opener, while being a tool for healing, growth, owning your power, and embracing choice.






Category: Fiction

Page: 191

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This work was begun, soon after the appearance of the Young Man's Guide—and was partially announced to the public. For reasons, however, which I have not room to give in this place, it was thought proper to defer its publication till the appearance of several other volumes in the same spirit, involving more particularly the relative duties.I wish to have it distinctly understood, that I do not propose to give a complete manual of the social and moral duties of young women. Every one has his own way of looking at things, and I have mine. Some of the duties of young women have appeared to me to receive from other writers less attention than their comparative importance demands; and others—especially those which are connected with the great subject of "temperance in all things"—I have believed to be treated, in several respects, erroneously.Permit me, however, to say, that while I have not intended to follow the path, or repeat the ideas of any other writer, I have not attempted to avoid either the one or the other. If I have presented here and there a thought which had already come before the public from my own pen, I can only say that I did not intend it, although I did not take special pains to avoid it. The sum is this. I have presented my thoughts, without so much reference to what has already been said by myself or others, as to what I have supposed to be the necessities of those for whom I write. I have gone straight forward, asking no questions; and I trust I shall be dealt with in a manner equally direct.

A Guide to Ministry Self-Care

A Guide to Ministry Self-Care

Author: Richard P. Olson

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538107997

Category: Religion

Page: 242

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A Guide to Ministry Self-Care offers a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of both the causes of stress and strategies for effective self-care. Written for both new and long-time ministers, the book addresses a wide range of life situations and explores many forms of self-care, from physical and financial to relational and spiritual.

A Woman's Guide to Divorce

A Woman's Guide to Divorce

Author: Phyllida Wilson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781845286101

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

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This book will inform and empower women who have decided to divorce, or are deciding whether to do so. It will give them the `heads up` on what to expect, and the confidence to manage and control the formidable process; from the first meeting with a solicitor to the financial implications, the court processes, communication with the `ex`, and managing children, family and friends. It offers guidance on living arrangements and emotional aspects, and on the characteristics of `extreme` divorces including violence, harassment, custody battles, non-compliance and aggressive financial deprivation.




Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781491842027

Category: Self-Help

Page: 68

View: 465

This book is a guide to building self-confidence in Women of all cultures and religions. Through encouragement and motivation tips you will learn to understand the confidence most people, especially women, lack in their ventures to new relationships and in daily life routines. This will energize your ability to gain control of bad situations and how to handle them confidently. "If you can dream it, you can make it reality". Through this book you will find a guide that will take you through a healthy journey that you've always wanted.