Book Review: Think Like A Stripper: Business Lessons To Up Your Confidence, Attract More Clients & Rule Your Market by Erika Lyremark

If you are looking to start your own business or ramp up one that you currently have, then you need to pick up a copy of Erika Lyremark’s book:  Think Like A Stripper: Business Lessons To Up Your Confidence, Attract More Clients & Rule Your Market

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Erika uses her supreme storytelling skills and business wisdom to 68 on point tips to get your business revved up and moving towards success.  I zoomed through this book in 2 days, gleaning a ton of information along the way. It helped me (and I know will help you too) to really I really want for my business and how to confidently move towards that without playing small.

Some of my favorite lessons:

1. Don’t strip off the clock: This is all about knowing your worth and asking for it and possibly one of the biggest game changers in the life of an entrepreneur

2. “Become a Mistress of Patience”- A reminder that all that hard work does payoff if you stick to your vision.

3. “Work like the Rent is Due”-A call to action to hustle and know that your efforts will be reward generously!

The biggest thing I gained from Erika’s book is that I can have what I want now in my entrepreneurial pursuits now, not in some far off, never  going to happen,  future. I can also gain experience and insight from any life situation. I absolutely loved that Erika was able to distill lessons from her days as a stripper, that were spot on business know how.

Pick up this book if you are ready to get your business off the ground and have a ton of fun doing it!

K

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