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Break Through Your Fears-and Embrace Your Own Power
“Becky Shambaugh has written a wonderful book that should inspire women to believe in themselves and become great leaders in the 21st century. She believes women have to be courageous risk takers to reach their goals and to be self-motivating. She cites many of her own personal examples as the way to go. It's a great guidebook for women to step up the ladder.”-Helen Thomas, member, White House Press Corps., former White House Bureau Chief, UPI
“Insightful and thought provoking! Here is a guide to career and life success that is filled with practical tips to escape the career limiting 'sticky floors.' The effective use of real-world examples from strong leaders makes for a most enjoyable read. And the presentation of actionable items and practical tips sets her book apart from the many books in the market. As a hiring executive and a mentor I believe this is a must read for both businessmen and businesswomen!”-Tom Kendra, group president, Security & Data Management Group (SDMG), Symantec Corporation
“Becky Shambaugh's book, It's Not a Glass Ceiling, It's a Sticky Floor is a valuable new tool to help women unleash themselves from their own preconceived notions and move to new levels of leadership and significance.”-Frances Hesselbein, chairman and founding president, Leader to Leader Institute
I honestly did not read this book cover to cover. It just couldn't capture 100% of my attention. However, there were some really great points that have definitely stuck in my... Read morePublished on June 8, 2009 by TechSavy
I got to hear Ms. Shambaugh speak recently at a Society of Women Engineers convention I attended. She waswonderful and I look forward to reading her book. Read morePublished on March 1, 2009 by L. Miller
This is a "must read" for all women who are working towards a career in business. There are also many concepts and explanations about behaviors and traits that could benefit... Read morePublished on November 30, 2008 by T. Webber