Adventures of Women Entrepreneurs

Client Nonfiction Project

True Stories From Real Business Women – Stories That Inspire


We often read about famous and inspiring entrepreneurs like Oprah Winfrey and Steve Jobs, but we rarely hear about the thousands of successful business owners all around us. They’re male, female, young, old, college educated or lacking a degree. No matter the type, it’s almost certain they started with the desire to live life on their own terms.

Adventures of Women Entrepreneurs - Robin Behrstock With Dennis LoweryReading inspirational stories is great, but you must see in them that the positive outcome is something you too can attain. The individuals in this book are regular people who are easy to relate to, all from different backgrounds, and followed different paths to entrepreneurship. The hope is they inspire you to realize that you too can make your dreams a reality!

Many people want to achieve independence by having a business that aligns with their passion. This book shows that it is within everyone’s reach, despite the challenges and barriers that might be in the way.

Considering starting your own business? Start here.

This is one of my client nonfiction projects now available for order. A project I believe in. Our goal is to inspire women all over the world with stories of amazing women entrepreneurs. We hope to encourage more women to step outside their comfort zone, move beyond their present circumstances, take measured risks, and discover what they love doing—that’s sustainable—as a business person. These stories show that can be done despite various challenging circumstances.


PLEASE READ: This--below--is where intelligent comments are exchanged and threads of meaningful and thought-provoking discussion can take place. Some of my favorite stories I've written started with such exchanges and through them I've met some truly wonderful people. This comment section is a place where it's almost old-school in that responses--if one is needed--may not be immediate but will come. Kind of like postal mail correspondence, an easier pace that allows thoughtfulness and not knee-jerk fingers flying over keyboard replies, or something that comes out as top of mind, a stream of conscious superficiality. I hope to hear from and interact with you on anything I've written that sparks a thought or urge to comment.

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