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Thinking about your legacy? Wondering how to achieve a small measure of immortality? Write a YOUR Book.

Legacy is defined as “something received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past” (Webster). It also means how someone is remembered, and what contributions they made while they were alive. Read More→

By Emily Haislar

Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide introduces the societal barriers surrounding femininity that have caused a difference in the expectations between men and women. This difference has resulted because of the attitudes of women in both their professional and personal lives concerning their anxiety towards or unawareness of negotiations. In this article I will focus on the first four chapters of the book, in order to give a glimpse of the vital information that may be interesting to women who wish to obtain top positions in their careers. Read More→

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Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide By Dr. Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever

Note: Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever have written a new book, Ask for It, focusing on practical, hands-on advice on negotiating for women. I highly recommend it. If you have to choose only one book, most people should buy Ask for It. Happy negotiating!

Women Don’t Ask is a thorough and fascinating examination of how and why women fear negotiation – e.g., asking for a raise – and how this affects their success and happiness in both their professional and personal lives. This book has its roots in an incident when one of the authors was director of the Ph.D. program at her school. A group of female graduate students pointed out that the male graduate students were getting better teaching assignments and wanted to know why. The person who made the assignments said, simply, “I try to find teaching opportunities for any student who approaches me […] Read More→

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By Lance Winslow

Are you a self-employed woman, or would you like to be a businesswoman, perhaps running a company out of your home? If so, I’d like to recommend a very good book to you. The book is; “101 Best Home-Based Businesses for Women – Everything You Need to Know about Getting Started on the Road to Success” by Priscilla Y. Huff, 1995.

In this book the author does not use a lot of hype although the title suggests so. The information in this book is actually quite down to earth, and I really couldn’t find anything wrong about what she was saying as I read it. If you are a woman looking to start a business, or if you already own a small home-based business, perhaps, you are selling something on the Internet, then I can very much recommend this book to you. Read More→

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Mar
23

Home by Choice Book Review

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By Kelly Aveiro

Home by Choice: Raising Emotionally Secure Children in an Insecure World as the title suggests, is a book about the importance the mother-child bond plays in the healthy development of a child. According to Dr. Hunt the best way to ensure your child’s optimal emotional, physical and emotional development is to stay home and make parenting your children your primary responsibility. Read More→

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By Cory Jean

The Women Men Adore and Never Want to Leave is written by Bob Grant, a licensed counselor who presently lives in Georgia. In it you will find advice relevant to women who, in short, want to understand men; women that wish to know what to do to attract and hold a man’s attention and affections.

There is no doubt that Bob Grant holds not only the credentials and real life experience to write on the subject of what a woman can do to attract a man but he also has earned the respect of other relationship experts in the field. Read More→

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By Melissa Rubin

The Nine Rooms of Happiness is a help book for women in the working world who are constantly stressed out and unhappy with their lives. Each room represents a part of a person’s life that Danziger and Birndoff organized based on their physical placement in a house and what goes on in each room. When one learns how to use these rooms (closing doors when they need to be closed, etc.) the work life balance can be achieved much more easily. The room designations are as follows: Read More→

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Mar
29

The 212 Degrees Movie

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