These days, a lot more women are storming the business world. Yet one thing missing in the competitive professional world is the combination of Jesus and glamour. The truth is that women can wear their Louboutin shoes and their pretty black cocktail dress and still be one-hundred-percent head over heels in love with Jesus.
In Fiercely You, author and entrepreneur Gretchen Barocio pulls from her twelve years as a corporate executive to offer a road map for any Christian woman-a.k.a. #JesusGirl-in the commercial arena. Filled with practical advice and heartfelt transparency, chapters like "You Can't Hide from Yourself," "Have a Backbone, Not a Wishbone," and "Being a Modern Day Ruth" show how to combine chic savvy with a Christ-centered faith.
Also included in this compelling book are a series of nine interviews with fierce females who live out their vision of being both a Christian and a professional woman. They share their personal struggles, journeys, and triumphs as entrepreneurs, all while maintaining that stylish #JesusGirl vibe.
In the vein of works by Cara Alwill Leyba and John Maxwell, this outstanding resource will both empower and encourage you to know that Jesus and business can-and need to-coexist.
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About the Author
A Seattle University graduate, Gretchen Barocio is a former corporate executive who spent twelve years working for Fortune 500 companies.
Over the last three years, she has built a home business partnering with a biotech company that has become the sixth firm in the world to hit the one-billion-dollar mark in under five years.
She is also the founder of #THEGIRLPRENEUR, which teaches female entrepreneurs to build the business of their dreams and be who they were created to be in Jesus.
She is dedicated to working with those who want change in their business life and who desire to achieve a higher level of both financial freedom and personal and spiritual excellence. She works to empower each individual to take charge of their circumstances and not become victims of their situation.
She currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, Aaron, and her two sons, Isaac and Levi.