Business Book Club - Wise Women and Role Models
Favorite Book Club selections from women who have been there, done that and can now inspire us to go for our goals.
Bossypants – Tina Fey – A Review
Here are three words to describe Bossypants by writer and comedian Tina Fey: Funny, insightful and empowering. Tina has written a best-selling memoir about how a determined woman can succeed and thrive in the male-dominated business of entertainment, comedy and television. This is a good read!
I’d Rather Be in Charge – A Review
Are women allowing the internal image we have of ourselves to hinder our business successes? In her book I’d Rather Be in Charge, Charlotte Beers addresses both the public (external) and private (internal) aspects of women succeeding and thriving in business.
Promise Me – Nancy G. Brinker – A Review
How far would you go to keep a promise? In 1980 as Nancy’s sister Suzy lay dying of breast cancer, Suzy asked her to promise to help women become more aware of the disease that was silently taking the lives of thousands of mothers, grandmothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, partners and friends.
Shark Tales – Barbara Corcoran – Review
The subtitle caught my attention – How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business. If you are looking for a good believable success story filled with business-building tips, then you’ll want to make time to read Shark Tales.
Sheryl Sandberg - Lean In - A Review Business Coach Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Business Coach Site Map
Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer at Facebook, has written a ´must read" for all women who aspire to succeed in business. Lean In is a well-documented and thoughtful look at the internal and external obstacles facing today´s career women. You´ll want to read the article and watch the video.
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