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Driven Inc. Founder

Suzanne Evans

has written several books, including the New York Times Bestseller, The Way You Do Anything Is The Way You Do Everything and The Hell Yeah Diaries.

Both books combine a traditional memoir with a dose of no-nonsense business expertise that chronicle her meteoric rise from a secretary on Broadway making $40,000 to running a multi-million dollar business in less than 5 years. We’ve also got a blog, podcast and some other goodies if you are looking for a quick easy way to get a kick in the pants.

Win No Matter what

Winners win – even when they lose. How can that be possible? The secret behind every great athlete, leader, and entrepreneur is this: They play to win, regardless of the situation, regardless of whatever crisis comes their way. Because here's the truth – crisis is inevitable. Whether it's a world-changing pandemic or daily annoyances, business owners are always just moments away from a seemingly impossible challenge that can quickly derail them. Those who lose give up halfway through the game. Those who win don't leave the game until they're dragged off the court.  Winners rise to the occasion when everyone else quits. Winners are the best – even when life is at its worst.

New York Times Bestseller

The way you do anything is the way you do everything

Take complete control over your life, build wealth faster, and create a business that not only makes money but also makes a difference. The truth is: businesses don’t fail; people quit. The Way You Do Anything Is the Way You Do Everything offers a realistic, sarcastic, and fiercely honest look at how business owners fail to commit. Business success is all about mindset, and author Suzanne Evans helps you uncover your goals and blast away the obstacles that are standing in your way.

Hell Yeah Diaries

Building a profitable business takes a little elbow grease. It might even take getting a little pissed off. Because let’s face it, marketing efforts and business formulas don’t mean squat unless you’ve got some serious movement behind what you do. The Hell Yeah Diaries document how author Suzanne Evans channeled that energy into a multimillion dollar business.