Jefa in Training: The Business Startup Toolkit for Entrepreneurial and Creative Women
by Ashley K. Stoyanov Ojeda
PUBLISH DATE: FEBRUARY 22, 2022
Step-by-Step Toolkit to Turn Your Passion Project into a Successful Business
“...a much-needed guide for all of us who need a blueprint to becoming a successful entrepreneur.” —Eva Longoria, award-winning actress, producer, director, activist, philanthropist and CEO of UnbeliEVAble Entertainment
#1 New Release in Hispanic American Demographic Studies
Women, now is the time to build your enterprise. Jefa in Training is the only Spanglish project-launching toolkit and female entrepreneur planner specially made for a new generation of boss women.
A solopreneur and small business guide. A business startup planner and toolkit for women in leadership, business, and beyond, Jefa in Training offers women entrepreneurs the female empowerment needed to take a side hustle to the next level. Whether it’s learning to define your brand, set up a beta test group, or draft an LLC operating agreement, this compendium of lessons, anecdotes, worksheets, templates, and quotes teaches the next generation of women in business how to work for yourself and turn your ideas into something much bigger.
A Latina book by Latinas, for Latinas. Solopreneurs and creatives, you are invited to let go of your fears and finally launch your blog, project, or platform. Jefa in Training isn’t your typical small business book. Part Latinx book, it is a conversation with a special tribe of Latina immigrants, Hispanic American generations, and women of color in financial, media, entrepreneurial, and creative spaces. Explore a more complex view of Latinidad, covering everything from imposter syndrome to micro-aggressions and bilingualism.
- Author's first-hand experiences
- Guest stories from successful business-women in Latinx companies
- Worksheets and more!
If you’re looking for Hispanic books, women entrepreneur books, women leadership books, or women of color gifts―like Mind Your Business, The Memo, In the Company of Women, or De Colores Means All of Us―then you’ll love Jefa in Training.