New Book By Davis Is an International Best Seller on 2nd Day of its Launch

Madeleine Davis' brand new book, “The One Thing Every Mompreneur Needs to Know” became an international bestseller on the second day of its release. It is currently available through Amazon.

New York, United States - December 7, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Multiple #1 International Best-Selling Author and Master Life, Parenting and Business Growth Strategist Madeleine Davis launched her newest book, “The One Thing Every Mompreneur Needs to Know” on December 2, 2019. The book became an international bestseller on the second day of its release. For those interested in grabbing a copy, the book is available on Amazon.

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This is the third book Davis has authored. The book aims to show Mothers how easy it can be to build a fun and freedom-filled financial empire from the comfort of their home. There’s particular excitement about this book because Madeleine has brought together top experts in their field to share the “one thing” they believe readers need to know to be the best Mompreneurs they can be.

The main focus of “The One Thing Every Mompreneur Needs to Know” is helping mothers who are juggling parenting and being an entrepreneur. Readers will find the 5 implementable steps shared by each contributor both interesting and inspiring.

Madeleine Davis is a Multiple #1 International Best-Selling Author, Master Life, Parenting and Business Growth Strategist, Wife and Mom. This helped shaped the creation of the book. As a wife and Mom to 3 children, Madeleine knows how hard it can be to juggle it all successfully. However, she believes it doesn’t have to be so hard – with the right strategies, systems, and support in place – it is possible to successfully have it all!

When asked about why she created the book, Davis said: “My passion is to help mompreneurs create, grow, and develop the 6-figure business of their dreams in ways that are fast, simple, maximize their impact and make them the most money so they can stop having to go to work and start loving their work.”

Davis has hopes that, with the book, readers will get inspired, find answers, take action and see results that will help them be the best mompreneur they can be.

In a recent interview, the author dedicated her book to the 4 loves of her life: her husband, Eric, and her 3 sons, Zachary, Max, and Carson. She also acknowledged, with gratitude, her “extraordinary village” that supports her as a Mompreneur.

Those interested in learning more about her work can visit here: https://www.bigmoneybusinessbuilder.com/yes

Contact Info:
Name: Madeleine Davis
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Organization: The Parenting System
Address: 31 West 34th Street 8th Floor, New York, NY 10001, United States
Phone: +1-917-693-8593
Website: http://www.TheStressFreeFamily.com

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