She Means Business by Carrie Green || KappaCino Book Club

She Means Business by Carrie Green || KappaCino Book Club

Women in business and women in charge are hot topics at the minute. But, even though sisters are doing it for themselves, we need some pointers and support for heading into the world of business. Let’s take a look at She Means Business by Carrie Green.

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The Book

Women are working harder and smarter to make their way in the world of business. Anyone with an idea and an internet connection can run a successful business from the comfort of their own home. There are so many challenges to creating your own business and Carrie has faced them all in her time as a female entrepreneur. Carrie created the book to go alongside her online community and online courses to help women build successful businesses.

Thoughts on the Book

This book was given glowing reviews on Amazon and it isn’t difficult to see why. The book is divided into plenty of different sections to help you get really clear about what you want from your business. A good amount of the book is Carrie explaining what she has done and how you can apply it to you and your business. It is a very hands-on, tried and tested book. The pages are beautifully set with clear points and highlighted sections to help inspire you.

Thoughts on the Author

Carrie has built a massive female network that is designed to support women in business. At the age of 20, Carrie started her first business but wanted to change the world by empowering women with the Female Entrepreneur Association. This platform can be found online and helps to connect and empower over 350,000 women from across the world. It is here that women come together and build their businesses with the help of videos and courses.


This is a great book if you have a business or are wanting to start working from home as it gives clear advice to help you on your way. I did find it a bit fluffy in places but a bit of fluff never hurt anyone. I did find that I was inspired and came up with some new ideas to help me grow my blog, something I was really surprised with. I would definitely recommend that you read this if you have been in business for a while and feel a bit stuck.

If you want to find out more about Carrie and what she can offer you, you can buy your copy of She Means Business: Turn Your Ideas into Reality and Become a Wildly Successful Entrepreneur or head over to her website.

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26 thoughts on “She Means Business by Carrie Green || KappaCino Book Club

  1. Thank you for the review I am planning to start a business so doing lots of research, planning and reading loads of info is great before I go ahead with it.

  2. It sounds like a great book for women who are just starting their own business. I have my own small business and sometimes it feels so hard to get motivated. This book would be perfect to read during those times.

  3. I’m such a bookworm and of late, I’m getting into motivational and inspirational books to seek more empowerment as I’m getting into entrepreneurship so definitely, I’ll appreciate ‘She Means Business’

  4. I would love to read this book as I am in mid stride of creating a small business myself. There is also a book I am reading now about feminism in general in everyday life that you all may want to intergrate into your next book club cycle.

  5. This is a nice recommendation! I’d better check this out. I love the idea of doing a business of my own and still doing other things that keep me interested and busy. And I’m planning to start my own in the near future once I get the right amount of funds to do so. Thanks for this!

  6. I think it would be nice to work from home, if I knew it would be successful, lol I took the risk right out because it’s too important for me as a single mom to not have it. So I do the 9-5 with insurance thing (sort of, but you know what I mean). I admire those who can make their own business work.

  7. Any book that inspires you to make certain changes is a good book I would agree. And having a little fluff in a book is never a big deal. Even as a guy I would be curious to check it out.

  8. How inspiring that she started up her own business at the age of 20 and did so well for herself. I’m sure this book is a really good read – shall pick up a copy for sure.

  9. Thank you for your share this sound a like a strong book to read for motivation and if it helped with your blog, I’d love to try it for myself as my blog is fairly new!

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