The basic vocation handbook for inventive working women.
Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women is the cutting edge vocation guide each inventive woman needs, whether you are simply starting out or as of now have long years of involvement. Stuffed with fresh thoughts and no-nonsense useful guidance, composed by Otegha Uwagba, this travel-sized profession handbook is ensured to turn into your go-to asset with regards to building the vocation you want.
This short, sweet and straightforward book, is 113 pages of reduced down diamonds. As the spread states, it is a toolbox for working women. In 10 concise parts, Uwagba talks about building your brand, organizing, self-care and the sky is the limit from there.
As the founder of Women Who, a stage to associate and engage imaginative working women, combined with experience as a brand consultant and time working across promotion organizations, Uwagba is very much positioned to share tips on amplifying your game!
The regular 9-5 is not at this point, everybody’s working daily schedule. With an ever-increasing number of freelancers, or people taking the leap to fire up an endeavor, etc. this book is really illuminating and pertinent. Whether you find networking off-kilter (as many people do), scorn public talking or consistently (the many women do) underestimate yourself with regards to talking dollar, Uwagba has you secured😫.
Sharing extraordinary exhortation, Uwagba also proposes working spaces in the UK and beyond, great financial management apps to use like Monzo, (incidentally, there is a truly long holding up rundown to get a Monzo card) and areas to work out of that will get your inventive juices pumping. She additionally includes a Q&A with different women for various ventures sharing their intelligence. It’s not all work, in any case, Uwagba stresses the significance of equilibrium, and wellbeing, even recommending essential contemplation techniques.
This is a well-thought idea out and exhaustive manual for exploring your universe of work, with nuggets of data that will interest everybody.
Author Otegha Uwagba (one of Forbes European 30 Under 30) takes you through all you require to develop an effective independent vocation: from how to arrange a pay rise ascend to building a stellar individual brand, by means of an intensive lesson in systems administration like a pro, and tips for defeating imaginative block. Also, Little Black Book is brimming with an imperative exhortation on the best way to flourish as a freelancer, and an entire chapter committed to helping you ace the precarious speciality of public talking.
With commitments from exploring inventive women including acclaimed writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Refinery29 prime supporter Piera Gelardi, The Gentlewoman’s Editor in Chief Penny Martin, and a few more, Little Black Book is a curation of basic wisdom and hard-won vocation bits of knowledge. Whether you’re a mastermind, a producer, an artist or a business visionary, you’ll discover a lot of motivation for your working life here.