Updated: Nov 3, 2021
Who is a Founder? A Founder is someone who creates something out of nothing. A Founder is creative, innovative, determined, intelligent and has a sense of fearlessness! Founders are people who establish the company, take on the risk and reward of creating their vision.
The ten-million-dollar question is, “How do you work with a Founder?” The answers are in an amazing book titled, The Ultimate Employee Guide FOUNDERology, Succeed with any Boss in any Workplace. This brilliant book is authored by my amazing sister, Kathleen Wood. Founderology is filled with real-life lessons, practical advice and success practices for you to grow and accel in a Founder-led business.
My sister wrote this book to be a guide for all of us working with a founder to find our sanity, embrace our journey and love our journey working with a founder! If you ever have the opportunity to work directly with a founder, you know it is like a roller coaster ride! You may not understand the reason why the business has to climb and climb up that coaster or fully grip the reasons why we have to fly down at one hundred miles an hour, the founder can understand this process 100%. Working with a founder may not always be enjoyable, like a roller coaster ride, although, it sure is a ride that you will never forget!
How many women founders do you know? First and foremost, Kathleen Wood, she is the founder of Kathleen Wood Partners and Suzy’s Swirl. A few others are, Debbie Fields of Mrs. Fields Cookies, Sara Blakely of Spanx and Oprah Winfrey of The Oprah Winfrey Show. What do all of these women have in common? They are founders who lead their companies with passion, vision and with all of the possibilities that the world can bring! These amazing founders inspire all of those around them.
If you are an employee working with a founder this a great book for YOU! If you are interested in purchasing Kathleen’s book, please visit her website – Kwoodpartners.com and click on the link to order your book now – you won’t be disappointed!
“Don’t ask a Unicorn to be a Horse”