Digital Goddess: The Unfiltered Lessons of a Female

Digital Goddess: The Unfiltered Lessons of a Female

Digital Goddess: The Unfiltered Lessons of a Female Entrepreneur [PDF] ✅ Digital Goddess: The Unfiltered Lessons of a Female Entrepreneur By Victoria R Montgomery Brown – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk With women leading only twentyfour Fortune companies, female founders receiving only percent of US venture capital, and the continued presence of sexual harassment and double standards, the gender With women The Unfiltered PDF ☆ leading only twentyfour Fortunecompanies, female founders receiving onlypercent of US venture capital, and the continued Digital Goddess: eBook õ presence of sexual harassment and double standards, the gender gap continues to hinder the advancement of women in the professional Goddess: The Unfiltered PDF ☆ world  In Digital Goddess, MontgomeryBrown—founder of Big Think, a collection of experts across all fields and disciplines that are either at the top of their field or disrupting it, shares her story in an entertaining and educational light Told from the unique, female entrepreneurial perspective that unpacks all the hurdles other female founders may face in their own journey to the top, MontgomeryBrown shares the realworld lessons she’s learned along the way, such as: Never lie to your investors, even when you just got arrested   Raising money is a poker game—learn how to play   The power and money still lie with men Pretending it’s not that way, or being angry about it, won’t lead to success  Your relationship with your cofounder is like a second marriage, so forget about keeping the personal out of the workplace  The authentic you are, and the fun you have, the better your experience will be This book is about dealing with the way things are, even when you don’t like it, and being yourself, even when it seems like a drawback It’s about sucking it up, making the hard choices, and dealing with the consequences It’s about being honest no matter what is going down Victoria’s been called “the antiElizabeth Holmes,” for a good reason—unlike the illfated Theranos CEO, she’s transparent with her investors even when she fears they will walk away  Digital Goddess is a story for entrepreneurial women at any stage of life who want to know what it actually takes to build a business in a world that’s not always fair, predictable, or politically correct.


10 thoughts on “Digital Goddess: The Unfiltered Lessons of a Female Entrepreneur

  1. Wendy Wendy says:

    Powerful yet compassionate book of advice for women in leadership and business.

    Even though it's a fairly short book, it took me a long time to finish it because I wanted to fully absorb the information Montgomery Brown shares. Digital Goddess is basically an essential reading about how to be a female leader or professional in the digital age - a time when the gender gap is said to have nearly evaporated compared to the previous century, though it clearly continues to prevent many women from succeeding in the business world. Montgomery Brown outlines various problems a woman would face in the business and leadership settings concerning investment, being the only female at the table, or interpersonal relationships with investors. Not only that, but she also talks about personal issues such as romance when putting all of your cards into your career.

    As an aspiring female entrepreneur, I think this book is absolutely packed with advice I'm planning to put into a good use. The word aspiring is key here - I can't tell if all the advice is one hundred percent accurate or correct since I don't have this experience. Nonetheless, the author has effectively drawn my attention to lots of aspects of developing my career, and I'm willing to bet money that this is priceless.

    *Thank you to the Publisher for a free advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


  2. Darya Darya says:

    Digital Goddess is a book about and for entrepreneurial women. It doesn't matter at what stage of life you are if want to know what it actually takes to build a business, in a world that’s not always fair, predictable, or politically correct. In the world where you are in many cases the only woman in the room or when your words and/or professional skills are not perceived trully. This is a very interesting personal story of a woman entrepreneur.


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10 thoughts on “Digital Goddess: The Unfiltered Lessons of a Female Entrepreneur

  1. Wendy Wendy says:

    Powerful yet compassionate book of advice for women in leadership and business.

    Even though it's a fairly short book, it took me a long time to finish it because I wanted to fully absorb the information Montgomery Brown shares. Digital Goddess is basically an essential reading about how to be a female leader or professional in the digital age - a time when the gender gap is said to have nearly evaporated compared to the previous century, though it clearly continues to prevent many women from succeeding in the business world. Montgomery Brown outlines various problems a woman would face in the business and leadership settings concerning investment, being the only female at the table, or interpersonal relationships with investors. Not only that, but she also talks about personal issues such as romance when putting all of your cards into your career.

    As an aspiring female entrepreneur, I think this book is absolutely packed with advice I'm planning to put into a good use. The word aspiring is key here - I can't tell if all the advice is one hundred percent accurate or correct since I don't have this experience. Nonetheless, the author has effectively drawn my attention to lots of aspects of developing my career, and I'm willing to bet money that this is priceless.

    *Thank you to the Publisher for a free advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  2. Darya Darya says:

    Digital Goddess is a book about and for entrepreneurial women. It doesn't matter at what stage of life you are if want to know what it actually takes to build a business, in a world that’s not always fair, predictable, or politically correct. In the world where you are in many cases the only woman in the room or when your words and/or professional skills are not perceived trully. This is a very interesting personal story of a woman entrepreneur.

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