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There is good, solid advice, humor, and some inspiration.
I recommend this book for graduating students or thoses already in the real world that aren't sure where they are or where they want to go.
Plus, this book will motivate you into action, because it helps you explore your true desires in your career quest.
I have always been a successful business woman but I have never felt fully fulfilled. I knew that although I was making great money and climbing up the corporate ladder that there... Read morePublished on June 14, 2007 by Jeri Feldman
I'm still reading this book and with all of it's tips and pointers, it's great to have advice just lying in wait around the house! Read morePublished on February 22, 2005 by Green007
I found the book to be helpful on a number of fronts, particularly the coworker interaction tidbits and the fashion tips. Read morePublished on January 14, 2005 by Dave
"Wildly Sophisticated" is a modern take on classic themes. The fact of the matter is, Nicole Williams addresses the concerns of the modern career women in an upbeat, empowering... Read morePublished on December 11, 2004 by Jennifer J. Chiafalo
This book was exactly what I need. It is empowering and accurate. I would highly reccommend this book to anyone looking for an emotional boost. I found it highly motivating.Published on June 21, 2004
I started reading this book and only read about a quarter of it before I finally threw it down in disgust. Be different but not too different, you wouldn't want to stand out. Read morePublished on May 19, 2004 by JP
Finally there is a fun-to-read career self-help book for women that does not talk in generalities. This book is packed with down-to-earth ways to evaluate yourself, your goals,... Read morePublished on May 17, 2004 by DSoud/ LSoud
I work in the HR / Recruiting field and am always amazed by the number of people whom I interview that don't know what direction they want to go in their career. Read morePublished on April 12, 2004 by K. Doyle