I’m Not Yelling
Release Date  
Pages   224
ISBN-13  978-1-68481-073-4
Categories  

I’m Not Yelling

A Black Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Workplace

By Elizabeth Leiba

The Perfect Guide for Successful Business Women

I’m Not Yelling is part strategy for savvy black business women navigating a predominantly white corporate America and part vessel empowering black women to find their voices in toxic work environments and be successful business women.  

Statistical and anecdotal evidence guide the way. Explore the data and hear the accounts of Black women in business who face, work through, and rise above workplace discrimination.

Finding your voice as women entrepreneurs. Successful business women use their voice to become strong Black leaders who instill positive change in the workplace culture. 

Inside I’m Not Yelling, you’ll find: 

  • Evidence to support the experiences of racial inequity and discrimination at work for Black business women. 
  • A narrative study of possible pitfalls, such as microaggressions, lack of mentoring, and pay inequity, their impact which will be explored to provide context to the misogynoir Black female entrepreneurs experience. 
  • Strategies and recommendations to give successful business women a framework for racial trauma healing, emotional support, and business success.  

If you enjoy business coaching books for successful business women like We Should All Be Millionaires, The Memo, Right Within, or Your Next Level Life, then you’ll love I'm Not Yelling, a work guide for women.

Select format

$19.99
*This item has not been released and will not be available until: December 6, 2022

You May Also Like

Who Rocked the Boat?

By

Learn How to Turn Change into Opportunity

“Change is not merely necessary to life—it is life.” –Alvin Toffler

In this FranklinCovey book on responding to change, explore your own experiences with change using a river journey parable as a point-of-reference. Take this voyage and discover timeless principles and timely results from an industry leader who has helped numerous organizations turn disruptive change into individual and collective opportunity.         

Who Rocked the Boat? We all travel along various rivers in life, which means at any moment we can find ourselves navigating their uncertainty—whether a global pandemic, a new boss, a shift in employment, business restructuring, a new role on a team, starting a new course in school, a new business strategy, the birth of a child, divorce, or responding to a setback on a project or personal goal.

Shift happens! Change is going to happen. It’s a fact of life. Understanding your reactions and making good choices could make the difference between capitalizing on an opportunity or resisting and missing an important chance.

The FranklinCovey Change Model. While every change is unique, there is a predictable pattern to change, and understanding this pattern and building the skills to navigate it is often the difference between success and failure. The FranklinCovey Change Model provides the structure necessary to orient, ground, and gain clarity about change. Then, like the ship’s crew in the river journey parable, we can use the model as a map to chart our way forward: making key decisions, adopting new behaviors, and building ideal conditions for innovation. Today, with change coming at us in fast and increasingly disruptive ways, understanding The Change Model is more important than ever.

If books such as Together Is Better by Simon Sinek, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni, or Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson have been valuable, you will want to read Who Rocked the Boat?



 [

Read more

Create

By

#1 New Release in Performing Arts & Personal Success — Find Your Creative Artist Within

Creative conversations from some of the world's top photographers, filmmakers, Grammy award winners, TED presenters, actors, CEOs and more!

Time for a new mindset. Many of us think of creativity as something distant and incompatible with daily life—a skill that artists get to use, but not the rest of us. Maybe you feel like a land-locked surfer, yearning for exhilarating rides. Or maybe you live for the few hours a week when you can take photographs, paint, or write. It’s time for a new mindset. Create shows you how to rediscover the artist within you.

Live a more creative life. People who make a living in the creative arts know that there is a cycle to unlocking the imagination. Visualize, know your tools, work your craft, refine, share. When you tap into this cycle, you’ll find ways to operate at your highest state in all aspects of life.

Find your creative purpose. Overcoming the barriers to innovation is easier than you think. Marc Silber, best selling author, award-wining creative and educator, shows you how to avoid the traps of procrastination, overthinking, and self-doubt. The exercises in Create are specifically designed to help you find certainty and confidence in self-expression.

Learn how to:

  • Master the techniques of visualization
  • Draw inspiration from the world around you
  • Collaborate with people who can further your vision
  • Share with others to spread the joy

If you enjoyed motivational books like The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for LifeSteal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being CreativeBig Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, and Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way: 25th Anniversary Edition, you’ll love Create.

Read more

The Five Conversations About Money That Will Radically Change Your Life

By

The Best Finance Book For Crucial Conversations About Money

“Vanessa is a natural storyteller. Strong. Relatable. Purpose driven”—Business in Heels

For anyone who wants to create a financial legacy, this is the best finance book for sparking change in yours and your family’s financial future. Share eye opening money moments and courageous conversations about money. 

Have real conversations about money. Do your parents have a legacy plan or financial retirement plan? Is your family managing money well enough to meet its financial goals? The Five Conversations About Money That Will Radically Change Your Life is the best finance book to start and keep talking about money. Think about money in a new way and procure practical tools that apply to every stage of your financial life. 

Money talk that starts with you! Vanessa Stoykov is a money educator and communicator with over 27 years of experience in financial services. Vanessa knows financial freedom requires plain language conversations, so she wrote the best finance book to break down the taboos around money. With a huge shift in generational wealth coming, it has never been more important to plan for how your money can work for you, so get started today—now!

Inside, find:

  • Key financial flashpoints—how to design your money plan and grow your money mindset 
  • The five conversations about money —how to have them, why they are key, and how they’ll benefit your loved ones too
  • Inspiration to gain financial independence and think differently about money

If you like finance books, best sellers like Rich Dad Poor Dad, The Simple Path to Wealth, or Get Good with Money, you’ll love The Five Conversations About Money That Will Radically Change Your Life.

Read more

What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You

By

A Science-Based Organizational Change Roadmap for Managers

#1 New Release in Office Management and Business Operations Research

Adapting to change is part of life. In our highly competitive world, organizational change in the workplace is more and more essential for business success. Unfortunately for many of us, change is hard and managing change is even harder.

First, understand how the brain works. Because we really don’t know how the brain works, we and our employees don’t know what makes us more receptive to change.  Employees can’t tell their managers what they need to “get on the train”, and managers don’t know either.

How to get your team on board. In her first book, What Your Customer Wants and Can't Tell You, author and behavioral economics specialist Melina Palmer, applies the science of behavioral economics to unlocking what is behind customer decisions. Behavioral economics combines elements of economics and psychology to understand how and why people behave the way they do in the real world. Now, in her sequel, What Your Employees Need and Can’t Tell You, she offers a highly actionable roadmap for business executives and managers faced with the task of instituting successful organizational change.

Actionable behavioral economics for successful change management. What Your Employees Need and Can’t Tell You delivers insights and research from behavioral economics and the greater behavioral sciences, presented in an enjoyable way that you can actually use to get results.

Inside find:

  • An introduction to how the brain really works when faced with change
  • Insights into key biases and concepts the subconscious brain uses to make decisions
  • “Apply it” sections with tips on how to start using what you have learned—immediately

If you are responsible for managing change and have tried books such as The Heart of Business, Humanocracy, or Change, you should read Melina Palmer’s What Your Employees Need and Can’t Tell You.

Read more

More Money Now

By

Discover the Money Management Rules for Creating Financial Freedom

If you’re ready to change your relationship with money and start building serious wealth, More Money Now  will show you how.” —Jeremy Schneider, retired at 36, founder of Personal Finance Club

#1 New Release in Budgeting and Financial Risk Management

Nicole Victoria is a CEO, money coach, and financial literacy advocate. She didn’t grow up with wealth, but she learned the secrets to financial security. Now Nicole specializes in helping 20 and 30 something women gain financial freedom.

Money isn’t everything, but everything takes money. Maybe you have debt (hellooo student loans + credit cards). You feel like you’ll always be playing catch up. Tried to get help before, tried to budget, followed traditional advice…but it just doesn’t work for you? You’re stressed and overwhelmed, feeling stuck, and don’t know where things went wrong.

Bad news first. The advice that worked for our parents doesn’t work for us! Times have changed. The average person in their 20s has racked up $23,872 in debt, and this number jumps to $62,658 in their 30s. And it gets worse:

  • 79% who budget fail
  • 54% live from paycheck-to-paycheck
  • 80% of Americans are in debt 
  • 40% could not handle a $400 unexpected expense
  • 64% don’t have enough money to retire

Now, the good news. Maybe money has always seemed complicated, and you believe that because you’re not good with math, you can’t be good with money. But, you don’t need to be good at math, born rich, or have a 6-figure salary to successfully build wealth.

Learn the rules that enabled Nicole to:

  • Pay off $40,000 of debt in 18 months
  • Pay for her wedding in cash
  • Save $100k by 25
  • Buy her dream home
  • Feel financially stable enough for kids
  • Build $500k net worth in her 20s
  • Grow her net worth to over $1M at 30

Read books like The Woman’s Guide to Successful InvestingTwenties in Your Pocket, or Financial Security for Dummies? Then you’ll want to read More Money Now.

Read more

Work Life Balance Survival Guide

By

Find Your Flow—Increase Your Productivity—Feel Great

Whether you are striving for better work-life balance, ways to stress less, or need help getting organized and finding your flowstate, you've come to the right place!

Workflow and productivity tips for an organized life. Jessica (studywithjess) Holsman, author of the bestselling High School Survival Guide, has helped thousands of her fans study smarter, improve their grades, and get the most out of their high school experience. Now, in Work Life Balance Survival Guide, Jess is showing her high achievers how to thrive and succeed as college students, successfully enter the working world, and/or navigate a career shift.  

A daily guide to finding your flow and increasing your productivity. In Work Life Balance Survival Guide discover a step-by-step daily process for finding your flow zone, increasing your productivity, and effectively setting up your day for success.

Potential life-changing skills in Work Life Balance Survival Guide include:

  • How to create a productive morning routine
  • Tips on finding your flow
  • Work life balance advice to avoid burnout and brain fog
  • Self-care habits including yoga poses to nourish the body
  • Ways to break up the work day and sustain productivity
  • Optimal night routines for ending your work day
  • Ways to prepare for the next day
  • Weekly reflection exercises to enter a new week with a new intention

If you have read and liked books such as Deep Work, How to Change, or Tiny Habits, you will want to read Work Life Balance Survival Guide.

Read more