"Be your own boss."
"Live like most people won't, so you can live like most people can't."
"Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life."
You've probably seen these quotes in books about starting a business. What they won't tell you is the truth about what it really takes to be your own boss-especially if you're a Black woman. Author Quinisha Jackson-Wright reveals the harsh truths about entrepreneurship, like shaky income, loneliness, and nightmare clients. Working Twice as Hard is a no-holds-barred guide for Black women who want to know the good, bad, and ugly of entrepreneurship.
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Quinisha Jackson-Wright is a U.S. Navy veteran, freelance journalist, and personal finance blogger with bylines in The New York Times, Wired, Business Insider, and The Muse. To see more of her work, follow her on Twitter: @KWright0702