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Aspiring entrepreneurs are told that to launch a business, you must go all in, devoting every resource and moment to making it work. But following this advice comes at an enormous personal cost: divorce, addiction, even suicide. It means sacrificing the intangibles that make life worth living.
Sheryl O'Loughlin knows there is a better way. In Killing It, she shares the wisdom she's gained from her successful experiences launching a company from the ground up (Plum), running two fast-growing companies (Clif Bar and REBBL), and mentoring aspiring entrepreneurs (Stanford University). She tells it like it is: If you don't invest in your well-being, your business will not succeed, nor will you.
Sheryl knows firsthand the difficulty of balancing the needs of her growing family with her physical and mental health while managing other work and life challenges. In this warm, honest, and wise handbook, she gives you the essentials for killing it in business - without killing the rest of your life.
Filled with real-life examples and anecdotes, Killing It addresses common questions including:
How do you prepare your significant other for your business venture?
How do you time launching and growing your business with the ebb and flow of family life?
How do you find joy in the day-to-day?
How do you maintain meaningful, supportive friendships?
How do you walk away and start again?
The ultimate life and business course, Killing It gives entrepreneurs the tools they need to start their enterprises and thrive - both in the office and at home.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Justine A. Kundert on 06-14-17
Great read! Insightful!
This was a great book! I wish the author would have read it though. The narrator was kinda annoying and hard to listen to. It's like she was trying to sound sexy and that took away from the message of the book. I wish the author would have narrated! It creates more of a connection, which makes me remember the details of the book.
By Amazon Customer on 05-04-17
Assumes Female Audience
Despite the fact that this book is written with a primarily female audience in mind, the author does a decent job of capturing some of the struggles which all self-motivated creative types tend to encounter. As addressed in the book, many of these hurdles are not often talked about, or are simply pushed aside as signs of weakness. It's refreshing to see a concerned author, who has the "street cred" to discuss such issues, making an earnest attempt to get the dialog rolling and bring these taboos to the forefront of our collective consciousness. I felt like the narrator's performance was a little dry, and probably didn't effectively capture the author's personality, but overall, this audio book was well worth the investment of negligible time and money.