As a then 16-year-old with no start-up funds, no experience, and no track record, Liv Conlon, author of Too Big For Your Boots, built a multi-million-pound business & multi-award winning personal brand in her teens. She also won the coveted UK Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, has interviewed some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs on her podcast. To top it all, she was invited to dinner with the Prime Minister, all before the age of 21.
Liv Conlon, author of Too Big For Your Boots, is leading the next generation on how to tap into their entrepreneurial spirit and blaze their own trail. She has helped countless others build profitable personal brands that champion profit with purpose. And now it’s your turn. Too Big For Your Boots is the ultimate how-to guide on how to build a wildly successful business and thriving personal brand. Regardless of your age, current circumstance or starting point, this book will help you to: follow the proven roadmap of success to launch your business with the 6 Key Fundamentals; launch a purpose-driven brand that instantly stands out in your industry; develop a next-level mindset and confidence to overcome limiting beliefs; leverage your brand story and employ it as your superpower; and go from unknown to the leading authority in your industry. No matter what age you choose to start a business, this book covers everything you need to succeed in today’s world. Step outside your comfort zone, share your story and take action…it will truly change your life.
It takes hard work, 12 to 18-hour days, if the business requires it. You can’t really become successful doing half days or not putting a lot of effort into it.
I think you need to be quite serious and have an idea that you’re passionate about…people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you’re doing it.
Now that the business has got some success behind it, the people on the team really respect my position in the business and how I’ve built it.
About the author
Liv Conlon, CEO and founder of ThePropertyStagers and UK Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2019, left school at sixteen, has started two successful businesses from scratch, and built a £1-million brand in her teens. She is an international speaker, has had dinner with the Prime Minister and has won ten national and international business and entrepreneur awards – and she’s still only twenty-one. Liv knows a thing or two about building a scalable, internationally recognizable business and personal brand. Now she uses her own success and experience to help entrepreneurs leverage their expertise to become thought leaders in their space.