Without question, this book is for you if you're a mum who wants to build a successful business around the family life you love.
Written especially for mums by Nicola Huelin, a mum and award-winning business coach and mentor, The Invisible Revolution is an inspirational and practical handbook bringing you precious insights, inspiration and real-world advice on how to start, grow and sustain a successful business - without compromising your quality of family life, health or sanity.
Discover the 14 Pillars of Empowered Success every mum in business needs. Join Nicola and a whole host of incredibly successful Mumpreneurs to discover how the women of the Invisible Revolution are carving out a new blueprint for business, achieving a new definition of success and creating a world-changing legacy for their children.
Learn what it really takes to turn your dream business into reality.
"Nicola has written the essential handbook that every Mumpreneur should read. Inspiring, insightful and packed full of strategies to help us all achieve our dreams." Jo Davison, founder of Blue Cow Global
"These real-life stories straight from the heart inspire mums everywhere." Dame Mary Perkins, Co-founder of Specsavers,
"I believe reading this book will give you the courage to begin... and the courage to succeed." Lucy Piper, Presenter
"The Invisible Revolution is a truly inspiring read - full of practical tools, resources, insight and examples to help you on your Mumpreneur journey." Lucy Griffin-Stiff, founder of Starting Conversations
About the Author
Nicola Huelin is a multi-award winning business coach and mentor, founder of Mpower for mums in business, inspirational speaker and author with over 20 years' experience in combining business success with family life.
These real life stories straight from the heart inspire mums everywhere. - Dame Mary Perkins, Co-founder of Specsavers, the UK's first self-made female billionaire and original Mumpreneur
I believe reading this book will give you the courage to begin... and the courage to succeed. - Lucy Piper, Presenter
Nicola has written the essential handbook that every Mumpreneur should read. Inspiring, insightful and packed full of strategies to help us all achieve our dreams. - Jo Davison, founder of Blue Cow Global
A 'movement' is happening right now, more women than ever are joining, most likely unknowingly, the Invisible Revolution. I know this because I myself am a part of it. With Nicola's help, talented and amazing women will remain invisible no more. So let this be your 'magical book' join the revolution and be a change maker. Even if you don't know what it is you need to do but know something has to change in life, family and work this book may just be your very own 'Golden Ribbon' moment. - Lindsey Fish, Founder & CEO, Mums Enterprise Roadshow
This book is an essential read for future business owners, start-ups and people long into their entrepreneurial journey. I really loved the hugely visual story of the golden ribbon moment. It really made me stop and think. When was your life changing golden ribbon moment when you decided to start your own business?
The invisible revolution will inspire you with tips, strategies and case studies with Nicola's friendly and approachable writing style. - Amanda Ruiz, PR expert to entrepreneurs
The Invisible Revolution reads like a personal letter from Nicola. I have known (and admired) Nicola for a few years, and there are few people as unquestioningly supportive of other women as Nicola. Through her own personal experiences and her coaching work, Nicola understands what personal and professional resources women need to achieve their business goals, and she shares her time and knowledge generously to help them.
I found the Invisible Revolution an enjoyable and insightful read, and would absolutely recommend it to any mother who feels lost, alone, or doubts her ability to achieve her professional dreams. It's the next best thing to spending a few hours in Nicola's uplifting and warm company. - Hannah Martin, Founder of The Talented Ladies Club
Women account for under a third of those in self-employment, but over half the increase in self-employment since the recession started in 2008. Between 2008 and 2011, women accounted for an unprecedented 80% of the new self-employed (Labour Force Survey, Office of National Statistics 2013). Women were nearly five times more likely to mention family reasons for becoming self-employed than men. A fifth of females chose to work as self-employed to help combine 'family commitments/wanted to work at home' and employment in a flexible manner (ONS Regional Trends, Women in Business 2009).
I am one of those statistics, as are many mothers I know who have started a business for the same reasons. Some have been ambitious and hungry to balance a career with motherhood and others have wanted a few extra pounds to allow a buffer for their family. Both bring different challenges and levels of mummy gilt! This book is a marvellous combination of amazing business knowledge combined with wonderful nurturing motivation! Women with children and business can have a perception that if you bring the two together, you are unprofessional and unable to do your job well. As women grow in strength and power, with support from individuals like Nicola, we will become far from invisible but confident about who we are and empower each other to become the best we can be. - Rebecca Robertson, Independent Financial Advisor, Director, Author, Ted-x Speaker, Founder of Evolution for Women