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The Girl's Guide to the Big Bold Moves for Career Success: How to Build Confidence, Conquer Fear, Manage Up, Navigate Change and Much, Much More Paperback – December 29, 2009
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More About the Author
In the daylight hours Caitlin and Kim run a food-focused PR business called YC Media and have written four books to help women achieve professional success:
The Girl's Guide to Starting Your Own Business
The Girl's Guide to Being a Boss without Being a Bitch
The Girl's Guide to Kicking Your Career Into Gear
Happy at Work, Happy at Home (coming out September 2009).
Whenever possible, Caitlin and Kim speak to women about the importance of building self-confidence at work by being yourself and have appeared on national television including the Today Show multiple times, and in magazines including Time and Real Simple.
Caitlin is married to writer Andrew Friedman and the mother of twins. She loves chick-lit, most everything on television, great bbq and an uninterrupted bath that lasts at least an hour.
Top Customer Reviews
Jam packed with great tips, sensible advice, creative strategies set with lively language and inspiring real life stories. Even the title is energizing.
The authors also explore topics some other books tip-toe past--tears at work, PMS, 'family comes first'--and how other women have dealt with these in their professional life. Read the book. For sure, you'll get information and insights you'll want to use in your own career.
Caitlin and Kim have really been there and gone through these experiences and they want to see women succeed in the workplace.
They're great female role models and I think any girl, whether she is just getting out of college, is finding herself in a rut, or is enjoying climbing the corporate ladder, can benefit from this book. Inspirational stories and helpful tips to help all of us get ahead. So, come on, isn't it time to kick your career into gear? Of course it is-and this book can help!
A must-read for women sitting on the fence about making a career change. The authors convincingly demonstrate that if you know what you want, you can make it happen. And if you don't know what you want, they'll walk you through the process of self-assessment, goal setting and using your personal resources effectively.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book seems to be geared for women that want to go into business for themselves or that work in sales. I did glean some great information from it though. Read morePublished on September 4, 2011 by K. Kane
Very useful book. Walks you all the way up to becoming a manager. What to do if your career is a dead end, If you are in the wrong careeer or if you like what you do a way to... Read morePublished on April 18, 2011 by Sonya01
This book was amazing. I will continue to use it as a reference my entire career. I would recommend it to any women at any point in their careers. Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by GeoUtah
I expected to get some advice on my career like how to better kiss butt or something... but this book goes beyond that. Read morePublished on June 3, 2009 by MrsPAXB
I haven't finished reading this book just yet, but so far I would say it is pretty good. Having recently changed professions, I somewhat wish I had found this book six months back,... Read morePublished on November 5, 2008 by Kerri K