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Work It, Girl! The Black Woman's Guide To Professional Success Paperback – September 17, 2007
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WORK IT, GIRL! acknowledges the hundreds of 'reasons' that keep us stuck where we are, but it also forces us(women) to take a good look at the reality or lack thereof surrounding the myths about women and career choices. Yes, we all have limitations, but should we allow those constraints to stifle our ambitions or abort our progress? If you are the least bit doubtful about your potential as a woman, WORK IT, GIRL! will help dispel negative assumptions and show you that positive options do exist. As the authors share their passion, they share stories about the experiences of unstoppable sisters who found the strength to climb, and who appreciated the effort it took to ascend. There are practical step by step instructions and several written exercises to help us stay the course. This book is a giant step toward mental preparation for a rewarding climb.
WORK IT, GIRL! was born from a thwarted effort to publish a story about the success, the 'striving gene', of Black women. McBride and Cole's give colorful views of women in all walks of life, to inspire and challenge readers.Read more ›
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This was a gift to someone very dear to my heart. This book is like new with no tears or frills and it arrived as promised and the quality was as noted on the site.Published on April 15, 2014 by Tameka Williams
First I want to say God is good. This book was right on time for me, I want to really thank the authors and say continue to work it girl!!! Read morePublished on July 21, 2008 by Nichella Deloatch