This book is for anyone who has ever dreamed of translating their passion into purpose and creating something bigger than themselves.
Liz Elting, Founder and CEO of the Elizabeth Elting Foundation, is a New York-based philanthropist and businesswoman recognised for her outstanding entrepreneurship and focus on developing women business leaders. An accomplished business leader, Elting co-founded TransPerfect, the world’sworld’s largest language and business solutions provider. Headquartered in New York City, the company has over $1.1 billion in revenue and offices in over 100 cities around the globe. During Elting’s time as Co-CEO,
In 2018, Elting founded the Elizabeth Elting Foundation to break down systemic barriers, bridge gaps, and foster systemic change for women and other underserved communities so that people of every stripe can succeed, thrive, and reach their potential.
Later in 2020, the Elizabeth Elting Foundation launched the Halo Fund, a comprehensive multimillion-dollar pandemic relief initiative to directly support medical needs, hunger relief, health equity, and on-the-ground efforts in underserved communities.
Dream Big and Win: Translating Passion into Purpose and Creating a Billion-Dollar Business book is a practical and realistic guide for how to dream big and win―both in business and life―from one of America’s most celebrated and successful women.
When women support women, it’s a beautiful thing! Liz Elting’s book reads like fiction but is a captivating biography and how-to guide for those inclined to blaze a new trail. For the first time, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and ‘Forbes’ Richest Self-Made Woman Liz Elting shares her story on how she co-founded and grew TransPerfect, the billion-dollar translation and language solutions company that began as a dream in an NYU dorm room. In Dream Big and Win, Elting divulges practical and inspiring tips you can implement immediately, teaching why success is not solely about attaining and wielding power. Elting shows that fulfilling your highest potential will require you to look beyond yourself. In her honest and often humorous narrative, Elting illustrates why actions are more important than mantras and why doing will always eclipse dreaming.
Liz’s book is a must-read for entrepreneurs and anyone who enjoys applying an entrepreneurial perspective to what they do. Liz is evidently accomplished and aspirational, yet highly unpretentious and relatable in the wisdom and tales she conveys throughout Dream Big and Win.
She walks the talk and is also the real deal concerning being a self-made billion-dollar founder, having created her business without outside funding, gifts, loans, or investors. What’s so unique about this book is how Liz pulls back the curtain on the myth of the prototypical billion-dollar door-room startup, deciphering what it takes to thrive as an entrepreneur in a way that anyone can replicate. Liz outlines how she built her business from scratch and accomplished so much in truthfully practical, actionable, and universally applicable terms. I am lucky to have had a chance to read an advance copy of this book.
This is the finest and most inspiring business book I have read in many years. The book is so nicely laid out and an effortless read! I could not put it down. Yep, it’s that good!!! I highly recommend it! Anyone looking to succeed and accomplish their goals needs to read this book!
Elting is the author of her latest book, Dream Big and Win: Translating Passion into Purpose and Creating a Billion-Dollar Business. She has been profiled in books, including American Dream: Interviews with Industry-Leading Professionals by Jason Navallo, The New York Times bestseller Succeed by Your Own Terms (McGraw-Hill), Leadership Secrets of the World’sWorld’s Most Successful CEOs (Dearborn Trade Publishing), and Straight Talk About Starting and Growing Your Business (McGraw-Hill). She is regularly featured in the media, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, O, The Oprah Magazine, The Financial Times, Inc., Reader’sReader’s Digest, Huffington Post, and Crain’sCrain’s New York Business.