The point of writing a book is so people will read it! Not to get rich or famous. If that’s why you’re contemplating writing a book, you’re delusional. The best compliment any author can get is that your book changed someone’s life for the better! And the only way your book can make a positive difference is if people read it.
I am really passionate about helping more people learn how to be successful Misfit Entrepreneurs. Which is why I have this wacky vision for getting A Misfit Entrepreneur’s Guide to Building a Business Your Way into the hands of anyone and everyone that’s feeling lost, contemplating breaking out on their own, and open to imagining a better future for themselves and the world. Why? Because I know firsthand how reading one good book can change your life!
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“This book is fun and informative from beginning to end…Too many books written about the entrepreneur try to break the journey down into bite-sized chunks we can follow like a cook book. A Misfit Entrepreneur’s Guide shows you that – while structure and focus are important – it is also important to understand this is a personal journey complete with all the joys, sorrows and fears that this implies.”
Jerry D. Thurber, Co-Founder, CEO Innotrieve & A Misfit Entrepreneur’s Guide Co-Creator
“Thank you, Ariana, for being a passionate and dynamic champion for your fellow misfits, as well as for being a wonderful example of a one-of-a-kind 21st Century entrepreneur!”Janice Lynn, Creativity Coach