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Kate White—New York Times bestselling author, editor in chief of Cosmopolitan for fourteen years, and motivational speaker—shares her gutsy secrets to success in this witty, straight-talking new career guide for women.
Whether you've just settled into your first work cubicle and have no clue how to go after the success you crave, or you've already got a sweet little office but you aren't sure how to take your career to the next level, I Shouldn't Be Telling You This gives you all the secrets you need to become a success, go big with it, and then savor every second. It is jam-packed with insider strategies, interviews with women at the top of their game, and Kate's advice from her own career running five major magazines (including one of the bestselling women's magazines in the world, Cosmopolitan). She hows you how to break out of the pack, master the learning curve, make bold moves, and, ultimately, have the career you've always lusted for!
Kate shares five secrets every woman needs to know—how to:• Land a Job You're Truly Passionate About
But more than anything, Kate says, you have to go big or go home—do what's unexpected and always keep your career trajectory in mind. It might be tackling a project that no one else is taking on and nailing it—then making sure your boss knows it. Or it might be developing a "golden gut" that will help you to break the rules the right way, so you always end up shining. In I Shouldn't Be Telling You This, Kate White shares the kinds of secrets no boss is ever likely to spill—all with her irreverent wit and candid style. You'll come away with the know-how you need—and you'll feel as though you've just gotten up from a fabulously dishy lunch!
Kate was generous in writing this book. It will help many young and not-so-young women to rethink their jobs, relationships and commitment. Good for guys too!Published 3 hours ago by Elizabeth Smalowski
I didn't read anything I haven't read before. Although it may be a good book for professional women looking for a promotion. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah baldwin rose
THis book does not make Kate White look very likeable. At least Helen Gurley brown had some humility, the book reveals that Kate White came from a very deceitful, selfish world... Read morePublished 2 months ago by o
I really liked it. I read her first gutsy girl book years ago trying to get ahead in my career. I read this one over a weekend and it helped me in an important job promotion... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mexilady
EVERY WOMAN SHOULD READ THIS BOOK. Kate White will tell you about everything she knows about being a working-woman. Read morePublished 2 months ago by CoCo
I love Kate White and have been a fan since my early 20's when I read "Why Good Girls don't get ahead but Gutsy Girls do! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jennifer Fondrevay