Boss Up! by Lindsay Teague Moreno

Boss Up!

Boss Up!  will help you put your business on the map and the ideas you’ve previously only dreamed about into the marketplace. It will help you overcome your fears and guilt to find a fulfillment that changes you and your families for the better. And it will help you break free of the hard and boring and allow you to have fun along the way.In Boss Up! Lindsay helps you gain the confidence to know that having ambition doesn’t make you a bad ...

Details Boss Up!

TitleBoss Up!
Release DateAug 6th, 2019
PublisherThomas Nelson
GenreBusiness, Nonfiction, Self Help

Reviews Boss Up!

  • Meghan
    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.We are still in the search of inspiring novels that have everyone grow more confidence and not be afraid to make some changes with their lives. Lindsey Teague Moreno does more than share inspirational stories from her life but gives the readers tools that will help them achieve their dream and grow more confid...
  • shana
    I'll be honest - I thought the cover was cute, so I requested it. I'm not familiar with the author; I assumed this would be a generalized women-in-business book. When I started the book and found out the author is part of an essential oils MLM, I nearly quit reading. But I soldiered on and found that this was actually a pretty good common-sense approach to business primer. It's easy to read and well-organized. Some of the language in the book dro...
  • Pingel Sisters
    Great intro book for female entrepreneursAfter making millions selling essential oils, Lindsay Teague Moreno found her true passion in life was to inspire female entrepreneurs. In her new book, she takes the lesson she learned as a serial entrepreneur to share her 10 successful philosophies to help other mothers realize their dreams. What I first fell in love with was her discussion on finding your thing and thinking long-term. She perfectly expl...
  • Alison Cushman
    So thankful to have been part of the launch team and was able to receive an advanced reader copy from the publisher through NetGalley. I don’t read many business books cover to cover. I read this in 2 days, would’ve been sooner if my kids didn’t interrupt haha!I especially don’t cry when I read books, I cried to this one. No, more like sobbed. But in the best way.I’ve been following Lindsay on social media for over a year and this book ...
  • Cate
    This is a great read for wanna be mom-entrepreneurs and current mom bosses! I found her writing style very fun and entertaining. This was really informational too, with lots of practical tips on growing your business, big or small.Disclaimer: I received this ARC from publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
  • Carla Avila
    Wow!!!!! Wow!!!! WOW!!!! TALK ABOUT REALNESS!!! This book has had me all in my feelings for many reasons. But mostly this part where @lindsayteague talks about the apologies. MANY times I've felt like I've had the "need" to apologize when being me, when talking about my business or even when tryjng to talk about it. This right here keeps ringing in my head/ear: "The first step to letting your freak flag fly is to stop apologizing for who you are....
  • Mercedes Cordero
    This is a very good book if you want to start your own business (even if you still have no idea what type of business yet) or if you already have your own business. It has business savvy, wisdom, wit and a whole lot of authenticity, all of which makes for an educational but entertaining book, never boring.It is not, however, without flaws. The introduction and the first chapter felt like a long introduction and I found myself wishing it would get...
  • Ivy
    Filled with truth. It’s time for women to stop apologizing for who we are and learn who we are. I was blown away by the mindset of the author. “Self-confidence is the secret weapon to your business success. Be unapologetically who you are. Be strong enough to like what you like. Be confident enough to say what you mean. Take up space. Be too loud. Be too much. Be you, and don’t apologize for it. You didn’t do someone wrong by being yourse...
  • Melissa Calo-Oy
    This is a great book for moms with a side hustle or looking to start a business. Lindsay shares her honest opinion on how to get things done and let go of the mom guilt in the process. She’s funny and engaging, which is sometimes hard to accomplish with a business book! You’ll want to read it more than once. The first time to let her words wash over you and encourage you, and again while taking notes of how to take charge of your projects and...
  • Crystal Brooks
    I tore through this book in two sittings. That says a lot for me with a business book. Do I read business books sometimes? Yes, but only because I know I should. Generally, I don’t find them super enthralling and entertaining despite having great information. I’m more of a fantasy reader who just wants to be entertained. This book surprised me, even though I know it shouldn’t have - I did love the info in LTM’s “Getting Noticed”. Lind...
  • Elyse
    Beyond the fact this book gives you real, practical, essential advice, it also has a heart. You can feel the love that went into this book. As someone who RARELY finishes any book that isn't entertaining fiction, I found myself pouring through it, taking notes, highlighting and doing REAL work. Work that will help and is currently helping me grow myself and my business. This book spoke to me on multiple levels, and I will recommend it to anyone (...
  • Julissa Romero
    Boss up is Amazing!There are many aspects that I could apply immediately to my business. Lindsay lays out a clear strategy with steps that anyone can follow. I love how Lindsay share of her real life ways she used to build social media (The Bossup! podcasts are great too).
  • Emily P
    I really enjoyed this book on business management from Lindsay Teague Moreno. I was not familiar with her businesses or other book, but I am glad I took a chance and read "Boss Up!" I work in the non profit sector and there was a lot of advice that I ended up highlighting for use in the way I handle projects, etc at work. I also found myself highlighting sections for my own personal use.Moreno has a friendly, honest and funny way of speaking to h...
  • Leah Hines
    I've been a stay at home mom for 17 years now. There have been several instances over the years where I have wanted to turn my interests and passions into a business. I haven't worked up the courage yet. This book was wholly inspirational. At times funny, this gives a realistic look into what it takes. It made me want to take my business degree and finally do something with it. Highly recommend this one!
  • Beth Jensen
    Well, this is just as amazing as I thought it would be. I'm fortunate to be reading an advance copy from Netgalley, and I have had so many truth bombs dropped on me!I can't wait to get my hands on a paper copy so I can get busy with my highlighter and note-taking! Just the visual reading is still beneficial - but this is going to be valuable as a workbook.For anyone thinking this book might not be for them: IT IS. LTM identifies her target market...
  • Malligal
    I received a free e-copy of Boss Up! from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I read a lot of non-fiction books, but they always tend to be more science based or biographies and memoirs. I’ve read a few self-help, but I rarely venture into the business book realm. I got enough of business textbooks in college. That being said, I liked the cover and with a very real and constant desire to begin plans for my own business, I decided to give...
  • Tina
    I like a book that gives it to me straight, one that doesn’t make me feel like I have to sit in a circle and hum, searching for my inner woman, before I can focus on taking real steps towards succeeding in business.It’s evident that the author’s approach to entrepreneurialship is based on her actual experiences. It’s not a rehash of tips she’s picked up and combined to call her own as I’ve seen in other books. She shares the details o...
  • Shawna P.
    Well holy cheese balls. 2019 is shaping up to be the year of "get my shit together." I've read my fair share of of self help and business books this year, but only a few landed on my favorites list, and only 3 made it to my "I need a friggen hard copy of this book right now" list. This is one of them. I found this book on random and decided to give it a try on audible, and I am so glad I did. Audible business books tend to be either a hit (like t...
  • Heather Othmer
    I’ve had the opportunity to pre-read and review this incredible book , “Boss Up,” by the wonderful Lindsey Teague Moreno, and I can’t recommend it highly enough. I’m not an affiliate and I don’t get paid to share about this. Lindsay is an amazing virtual business mentor for me, and she’s built quite an empire, starting and raising up multiple successful businesses in a short period of time so she’s certainly earned the right to sp...
  • Dee Dee Stone
    As a long time social media follower of Lindsay Teague Moreno, I had already pre-ordered a copy of her book through Amazon and was patiently awaiting its release. I was excited to be chosen for an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. I just finished this book on Friday, 6 days after gaining early access. For a business book especially, this one is a page turner. She keeps you thinking, laughing, and crying from ...
  • Leslie Webb
    I don’t even know where to start with this...simply put, this book blessed my socks off!!!I am forever grateful to LTM for writing this and sharing her heart with the world!! I do not have kids so I’m not a first, I wondered if I could really get anything out of this since I’m not a mama. When I began reading and pouring over every word, I realized how I could apply this. See, I live with chronic illness and over the past 5 years,...
  • Yoshika Green
    I was honored to read an advanced copy of "Boss Up!" and it has blessed my life. This book is EVERYTHING. It's changing the way I see myself and do business. GAME CHANGER, FOR REAL!!! The Boss Up book rewrites the rules to the entrepreneurial game. I’ve read other biz books that can be boring or too educational in tone, or downright overwhelming. Many times they just don’t lead me to take action. This book is entirely different. The author ex...
  • Lisa Conroy-Ludt
    Thanks to the recommendation of a friend, I was able to be a part of the launch team for this book, and receive an advanced reader copy from the publisher through NetGalley. This review is based directly on my own personal opinion of my reading.This all started when I reached out to a friend about obtaining an entrepreneurial / business mentor. She knows my passion for reading and growth and expressed to me that BOOKS can be mentors! Honestly, I ...
  • Polly
    Being a mother of two grown children and a grandmother of three, I am not really part of Lindsey's momtrepreneur audience. However, for the past three years I have half-heartedly worked an MLM business (and I use the term very loosely!) and have learned so much from Lindsey along the way. Turning 70 this past year, I began to feel the business path was not for me. In Chapter 2 of Boss Up! Lindsey shared about her mother's work ethic and her early...
  • Mary Jane
    So honored to have access to the galleys of Boss Up!, Lindsay Teague Moreno's second book. I love it even more than the first, Getting Noticed. Primarily geared toward momtrepeneurs and women building their business, it is has something for everyone. Not building a business, that's okay. Lindsay's honest, straight-forward advice and tips are useful for any work environment and life in general. She gets real about her own life and journey, both th...
  • Erin Kathleen (CTBookGirl)
    Have a dream? Want to start a business or just build on what you have? Feel nervous, unsure and insecure? What you need is a little direction mixed with some tough love and that is just what Lindsay Teague Moreno does in her newest business book "Boss Up!" Boss Up! is a little like sitting down with a good friend and asking her to "give it to you straight"...and she does. And then some. Lindsay lays it all out there about where she came from and ...
  • Laura
    While this book may not be perfect and there is much information in it that you can find elsewhere, it is presented in a fresh and entertaining fashion. The target audience may be moms who feel they want to do more with their lives or know they need to prepare for the day (it will come) when the kids no longer need 24/7 supervision or leave the home nest. This book also has value to the non-parental humans dreaming of starting a business or worki...
  • Jen Kroo
    OMG... Straight to the heart! Lindsay Teague Moreno has delivered a classic to us in modern, contemporary language that is full of vulnerability, laughter, tears, inspiration and solid guidance.Lindsay's engaging style of writing and her straight forward approach make this book an invaluable resource that I will read many times. The unique use of story lines and questions make it impossible to just skim through; it commands your attention and ins...
  • Kelly
    Lindsay has an incredible capacity to lower her walls and let you into her most intimate moments as if you are living them yourself. Sprinkling her inner monologue throughout the chapters gave this entire book a unique and enjoyable vibe. We all have these little thoughts, it’s enticing to get a glimpse of Lindsay’s. Experiencing the path she had to navigate because of hard circumstances bolstered my understanding of her drive to succeed on a...
  • Chrissy Scheiter
    I received this advance reader copy from the publisher through NetGalley and I'm so glad I did!!! It has been a phenomenal read! Probably took longer than the publisher would like but I just kept going back through and taking notes. I'll definitely be buying the book so I can highlight all my favorite parts. So basically the book will be highlighted!! I read Lindsay's first book and loved it so I knew I'd like this one as well but I had NO IDEA. ...