Author, Speaker, and Business Consultant of The Human Factor, Holly G. Green, is Once Again Back in Print with Her Latest Book Contribution
Holly G. Green’s third book, A Cup of Cappuccino for the Entrepreneur’s Spirit, Vol. II is hot off the press and is already stirring up praises. Featuring fifty-five entrepreneurs' true stories written to inspire, energize, and teach the reader, Green’s contribution has definitely helped set this book apart. With her own entrepreneurial spirit inspiring all she comes in contact with, it is no wonder that she was invited to be a part of this fascinating compilation.
A Cup of Cappuccino for the Entrepreneur’s Spirit, Vol. II includes stories of adversities, challenges, triumphs, and successes experienced by the entrepreneur to help readers discover passion and basic principles they can use to live the entrepreneurial dream. The featured entrepreneurs are from six different countries, one U.S. territory and seventeen states within the U.S.
Green’s section, “Forced into Action,” is part of the chapter “Gaining Knowledge Through Experience,” something she is very familiar with. Drawing on over 20 years of professional experience, Green has certainly seen a lot and experienced significant changes along her journey. Being laid-off from a job where she was certain she had stability, Green realized that the most stability she would find was when she controlled her own destiny and that starting her own company was the way to do this.
“Being laid-off forced me to become an entrepreneur, and today I would not change that for anything!” Green proclaimed in her writings. “I began my company, The Human Factor, Inc., to provide strategic planning and organizational development for corporations,” a endeavor she has certainly put her whole heart into, and is now “doing well with my successful consulting and speaking business.”
Green goes on to explain some of the greatest lessons she has learned since becoming an entrepreneur, providing some basics that everyone interested in starting their own business should be aware of. She is also the first to admit that it is not all a piece of cake and that “there is no scapegoat, no out, no way to get around the fact that as an entrepreneur, I am directly responsible.” But that’s why she loves it.
A Cup of Cappuccino for the Entrepreneur’s Spirit, Vol. II is filled with many inspiring stories just like Green’s. And with the way the world is running these days, taking advice from those who have made it really does seem like the sure way to go.