Lyss has been invited to contribute to three books.
Dr. Wladimir Klitschko and Stefanie Bilen
As both an Olympic gold medalist and two-time world heavyweight champion, boxer Wladimir Klitschko stands apart from most athletes. But he also stands apart another way: in the attention he paid to his professional career outside the ring. Klitschko founded his own promotions and management groups during his fighting days, as well as an advanced certification program at a Swiss university to teach the basics of professional self-management. Challenge Management brings Klitschko's insights to readers, revealing his methods and personal philosophies for tackling challenges in the arenas of business and finance. Challenge Management also provides readers with practical examples and personal anecdotes from a variety of sports managers, entrepreneurs, and friends of the author, including Arnold Schwarzenegger. Available in English and German languages.
Lyss' career and life choices was a reference case for methodology 2, about progressive thinking and she also contributed two pages to the book of #HowTo take this courageous action.
Amazon link: here.
66 Letters of Advice from Women Entrepreneurs Who Have Made $1 Billion in Revenue.
Lyss contributed a chapter to the book, as a letter to a new female founder about finding strength in vulnerability as an entrepreneur and having compassion for ourselves along the process.
Amazon link: here.
Dr. Anabel Ternès
Coming end of 2019.
Lyss contributed a chapter about serial entrepreneurialism.
Amazon link: coming soon.
in 2020: Grow green and THRIVE:
Lessons learned from 100 companies and 100 million investment in eco-innovations. The challenges green entrepreneurs face, and the advice other parts of the market give them to thrive! From 2018-2020 Lyss has conducted research on 100 companies who received > 1 million investment to bring their sustainable innovations to market. She plotted their challenges, and then asked experts from the market about what stories, advice and insights they give to fill the gap.