The Bootstrap Book Club has been diving deep into Hanna Rosin’s “The End of Men: And the Rise of Women.” While the book is more theory and less actionable advice in growing a business, it’s still incredibly beneficial. More of an exercise in self-reflection.
Each week the Book Club is taking a piece of the the book to discuss it in a closed Facebook Group of their peers while Jules and Krystina of Kickstart Kitchen moderate and encourage community. Their second questions, broken down into three parts below is currently getting a variety of responses that at times, go against what one might consider the “norm.”
[quote style="1"]If you are the breadwinner in your household, does it feel like a burden to you?[/quote]
[quote style="1"]Is this burden amplified because, as an entrepreneur, you’re also in charge of health insurance, saving for retirement and other things that you wouldn’t have to worry about if you were an employee?[/quote]
[quote style="1"]If it’s actually your husband/wife/partner/friend/roommate who brings home (most of) the bacon rather than you, does it make you feel any less powerful in the relationship?[/quote]
Get in on the discussion… Consider adding, in realizing your feelings, what can you, or even others, learn from them.
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