As a former stripper Erika Lyremark has seen it all: disrespectful club managers cutthroat dancers and a never-ending supply of sleazeballs. Don’t even mention the long hours in six-inch stilettos. Yet beneath the stigma of this enigmatic industry Erika uncovered the secrets of success: Remove the safety net and embrace risk—victory will be yours. Ask for the dance and an influx of new business will follow. Say yes to yourself and you’ll inspire those around you to help your business grow.
Whether your goal is to build your business increase your sales or carry out your Red Carpet Dreams Think Like A Stripper delivers the lessons you need to thrive as an entrepreneur and the advice you’d never (ever ever) learn in business school.
Erika Lyremark is the mastermind behind Daily Whip where she teaches women entrepreneurs how to build their business confidence increase their clout and make a ton of cash. Visit her online at dailywhip.com.
“This book might surprise you. In it Lyremark distills her unusual career experience into savvy actionable advice on how to leave your comfort zone how to handle success and failure and how to stay sane under pressure. This is a smart and provocative read.” —Daniel H. Pink bestselling author of To Sell Is Human and Drive
“Want to thrive as an entrepreneur? Erika’s book will help you do just that! Erika will not only whip you into shape with her wit humor and no-nonsense advice but show you how to bounce back from failure to become the confident sales superstar you’re meant to be.” —Barbara Corcoran founder of Corcoran Group and star of ABC’s hit series “Shark Tank”
“Erika’s innovative approach will shake up your business with crucial info about working with a team dealing with the competition and closing a sale and proves why learning how to do the splits will pay off.” —Melody Biringer founder of The Crave Company
“Erika’s smart storytelling and practical business advice will give you the double shot of confidence you need to ask for the sale up your money game and be a leader in business.” —Tory Johnson CEO Spark & Hustle