In the sequel to her book When the Universe Throws a Curveball, Tisha continues her journey starting on the stage in 2010 as she announces her very first Mom Entrepreneur of the Year. Tisha's conversational, narrative style of writing gives her book a personal touch that makes you feel as if you're hearing the story of an old friend.
As you listen through her numerous experiences and tribulations of being a mom, a wife and an entrepreneur, you'll find yourself laughing, learning, empathizing with her, and even clenching your teeth during the suspenseful moments in her stories that will keep you anticipating the outcome. Whether you're a mom, a father, an unmarried individual, a business owner, a person with a successful career, or a person interested in becoming an entrepreneur for the first time, her stories will teach you important life lessons that can apply to everyone.
You will find yourself identifying with these insightful, useful words of wisdom that transcend the different stages of people's lives. This book is not a story for a select few; it's a story for everyone. Every person who listens to this book will benefit from its knowledge.
I appreciated the author narrating her own book; I feel more connected to the story, and to her as a person because of this.
As a mom entrepreneur, I was able to relate to many of Tisha’s stories, especially to those of the sometimes-struggle between how to define my role as a mom and wife, and how to define my role as a business owner. I appreciated how she bared her soul, to share the raw stories of her life...as a mother, wife, and business owner. While we have met virtually, I know we will someday meet in person, and I feel like it’s almost unfair just how much I know about her, but I guess that’s one of the reasons why she wrote this book...to let others in...to let others know her...to help others feel comfortable, knowing we are all human, we all struggle, and, yet, we all keep moving ahead...allowing our experiences to continue to create us. Great work, Tisha!
Would you listen to What Are the Odds?: A Mom Shares Her Good, Bad and What the F--K Moments in Life & Business again? Why?
Yes, because it's a great example of someone learning from their mistakes and never giving up!
What was one of the most memorable moments of What Are the Odds?: A Mom Shares Her Good, Bad and What the F--K Moments in Life & Business?
Most memorable for me was her explaining her marriage troubles. Not many people are willing to be that open and raw with a bunch of strangers.
What about Tisha Marie Pelletier’s performance did you like?
Her voice is LIKE BUTTER.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The story when she lost her beloved pet particularly struck me.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is parenting and interested in being in business for themselves. Tisha does an amazing job of relating to and illustrating reality! I could not help but listen to this audiobook every available moment!