Conversations With Uncommon Women

Conversations With Uncommon Women

Insights From Women Who've Risen Above Life's Challenges to Achieve Extraordinary Success

eBook - 1999
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Women have come a long way -- most of it in the last 75 years. But let's face it, it's still a world where men hold the vast majority of leadership positions -- in politics, business, the legal system, the arts, and most other fields. Not surprisingly, in this male-dominated world, female role models often don't receive the attention they deserve.

Conversations With Uncommon Women is here to change that. This much-needed book celebrates the success of 100 outstanding women in a variety of professions -- women who rose to their current heights from decidedly different backgrounds, having overcome myriad personal challenges. Based on candid interviews with 100 women of achievement, it provides resounding inspiration and guidance for all women who are hungry for real-world role models.

One of the women found here transformed a 60-seat steak house into an $80-million franchise with more than 44 restaurants worldwide. Another created a multi-million dollar business from a quilt Yet another is the governor of New Jersey. But whatever their positions or accomplishments, all these women have one thing in common -- they all want to support other women, and to offer practical guidance and realistic examples for those coming behind them who want to accomplish more.

Publisher: New York : AMACOM, c1999
ISBN: 9780585119878
Characteristics: xviii, 254 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: NetLibrary, Inc


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