What does it take to create the career you want? It’s no secret that the world of work has changed, and we’re shifting toward an ever more entrepreneurial, self-reliant, work-from-wherever-you-are economy. That can be a liberating force, and many professionals dream of becoming independent, whether by starting their own businesses, becoming consultants or freelancers, or developing a sideline.
But there’s a major obstacle professionals face when they contemplate taking the leap: how to actually make money doing what they love. You may have incredible talent and novel ideas, but figuring out how to get started, building your reputation in a new realm, developing multiple revenue streams, and bringing in a steady flow of new clients can be a daunting prospect.
In Entrepreneurial You, it’s my goal to provide you with a blueprint for professional independence, including insights and advice on building your brand, monetizing your expertise, and extending your reach and impact online. You’ll learn the necessary elements and concrete tactics for entrepreneurial success. In the book, I share the stories of entrepreneurs of all kinds―from consultants and coaches to podcasters, bloggers, and online marketers―who have generated six- and seven-figure incomes, as well as my own insights from building a high six-figure solo consulting business.
This book will be your hands-on guide to building a portfolio of revenue streams, both traditional and online, so that you can liberate yourself financially and shape your own career destiny.
Whether you’re an experienced entrepreneur looking to expand your revenue streams, an aspiring side hustler starting your business, or a happily-settled corporate executive looking for creative new ideas about how to think entrepreneurially, my goal is to teach you the strategies you need to succeed and build the career and life you want.
You can also download your free 88 question Entrepreneurial You self-assessment here.
What People Are Saying About Entrepreneurial You
“When I need advice, I call Dorie Clark. When I have a question about entrepreneurship, I call Dorie Clark. When I want to read a book about monetizing ideas I have, I read Entrepreneurial You.”
– James Altucher, author of Choose Yourself and Reinvent Yourself
“I haven’t seen a book yet that comprises such a simple, step-by-step blueprint of proven strategies anyone can follow—until Entrepreneurial You. This is a must read for any professional looking to leverage their career into multiple income streams. ”
– Ali Brown, entrepreneur mentor, angel investor, CEO featured on ABC’s Secret Millionaire
“With her trademark clarity and precision, Dorie Clark shares not just the secrets of professional success, but how to define success on your own terms. Entrepreneurial You is a book that should be on the shelf of all entrepreneurs trying to convert their talent and hard work into value for themselves and others.”
– Daniel H. Pink, author of To Sell Is Human and Drive
“In business, we learn how to leverage an organization’s assets to continually drive shareholder value until it becomes second nature. What Dorie Clark has done in her recent book, Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise, Create Multiple Income Streams, and Thrive is bridge what we instinctively learned about growing a business into how to practically apply it to ourselves to drive personal success…amazing!”
—Steven Rice, Chief Human Resources Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
“Dorie Clark is an astute marketer and entrepreneur who deftly transforms her expertise into actionable insight for readers.”
—Doug Conant, Founder of ConantLeadership, Former President of Nabisco Foods Company, Former President and CEO of Campbell Soup Company, and New York Times bestselling author of Touchpoints.
“In the transient advantage economy, careers are taking on new and different shapes. We are learning how to design our own futures in ways that have never been possible before. Dorie Clark’s accessible and provocative new book offers a guide to increasing your value, building resilience and tackling what the world has to offer in an agile, strategic way. “
—Rita Gunther McGrath, Professor, Columbia Business School