Welcome to Entrepreneurs Color Too! We are a coloring book company promoting self care and stress relief while providing positive representation for women of all ages.
Each book is filled with 24 inspiring illustrations that celebrate the beauty of black women and they are the perfect way to de-stress, relax, and get motivated.
Latoya Nicole is a bestselling author, publisher and social entrepreneur. She is from Raleigh, North Carolina and has received a Master’s Degree in Counseling/Psychology. She is creating her own lane while bringing diversity to adult coloring books that are aimed to help women relieve stress. Her books have been featured in Curly Nikki, Black Enterprise, Madame Noire, Official Black Wall Street and more. Being passionate about uplifting females in the community she also teaches emerging entrepreneurs how to start and market their online businesses.
Latoya Nicole sells books wholesale and online to individual consumers. As a female, black owned company she encourages the support and shopping at other black owned businesses in North Carolina and nationwide. She has referred other minority entrepreneurs and female startups (including Black or Latina) to mentoring, free charitable grant programs, Corporate CEO classes, funding and has books on the topic too. Or anyone can learn about how they can become an entrepreneur and find free government grants for minority businesses in North Carolina.
Our brand Entrepreneurs Color Too creates adult coloring books to help creatives and entrepreneurs practice self care. Each book is filled with 24 inspiring illustrations that celebrate the beauty of black women and they are the perfect way to de-stress, relax, and get motivated.
Coloring is fun – As you relax and start coloring, you can enter a world of creative expression and all your daily, intrusive thoughts start to lighten up. You make all the rules so you can color inside or outside the lines.
Coloring has therapeutic benefits – The activity of coloring is both creative and repetitive, allowing your mind to get absorbed in what you’re doing and let some of those high-level cognitive functions take a break. Adult coloring stems all the way back to the late great psychologist Carl Jung. Even now, many psychologists suggest this to patients as a means of relaxation, and as a calming tool.
It’s an activity you can do alone to practice self care. – Self Care doesn’t have to be limited to what others say you’re “supposed” to do. Take a few moments to add the ‘me time’ that you need to take a break and focus on the piece that you’re creating and all the details that bring it to
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