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Boss Bitch: A Simple 12-Step Plan to Take Charge of Your Career Hardcover – March 21, 2017
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“The role of women in the workforce is changing and today women are disrupting the workplace—for the better. “Ladies, it’s time to disrupt your own industry. BOSS BITCH will show you how.” —Sara Blakely, Founder of Spanx
“If you're a woman and you like business, you need to read this book. Immediately. You can't afford to miss this one, ladies." — Alli Webb, Founder of Drybar
"Nicole does a fabulous job educating people about business while always keeping it fun and entertaining." — Alexis Maybank, Founder of Gilt Groupe
"At last! A book that's cool enough for my kick-ass teenage daughters, and smart enough for my CEO self!"— Julie Clark, Founder of Baby Einstein
-“Women are underrepresented among entrepreneurs. BOSS BITCH is a great guide to help us close that gap.” – Daniel Lubetzky, CEO & Founder of KIND Snacks
“Nicole’s advice is “ON POINT” her material and delivery is current, REAL, and entertaining. Boss Bitch should be a mandatory read for all young women entering into the professional workforce. If you follow her principals I assert you will have EXTRAORDINARY results in your life!!!!” - Lavinia Errico, Founder, Equinox
"Whether you want to take over the world or start an amazing business, Nicole gives you the tools to succeed." —Randi Zuckerberg, Technology Expert
“Nicole delivers expert business advice straight up, no chaser, in a tone that’s as lively as it is likable.” —Neil Blumenthal and Dave Gilboa, founders of Warby Parker
About the Author
Nicole Lapin is author of the New York Times instant bestseller Rich Bitch and the star of the nationally-syndicated business competition reality show “Hatched.” She was the youngest anchor ever at CNN before holding the same title at CNBC anchoring “Worldwide Exchange,” while contributing financial reports to “Today” and MSNBC. Lapin has served as a business anchor and special correspondent for Bloomberg Television as well as the money-saving correspondent for “The Wendy Williams Show. ” She is currently Redbook magazine’s first-ever money columnist. Lapin is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary and was named the first-ever female "Money Expert of the Year" in 2015. She graduated as valedictorian from Northwestern University.
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The book is divided into three sections, and though it's advertised as a "12-step plan to take charge of your career," the 12 chapters of Boss Bitch don't actually all build off each other.
Section 1 is about figuring out what career path you want to follow. At 20 pages, it is by far the shortest section of the bunch. Section 2 is about acting like the boss at your job, even if you aren't (or even if you have several bosses above you). It covers branding, interviewing, pitching yourself (e.g., you need to have a two-sentence spiel at the ready describing what you do), looking the part, proper office etiquette, creating goals, motivating your team, and making good and timely decisions.
Section 3 is about being the boss of your own business. It gives detailed info on how to start a business (including how to know you're even ready to start a business...), how to build a good team, and how to make money. There's also a surprisingly lengthy glossary of terms in the back.
There is a lot of good info in this book, especially if you are considering starting your own business. I came to respect Lapin's breadth of knowledge about business and money, as well as her willingness to put the details of her life out there.
But, oh dear God, this book irritated me so much. Lapin is clearly writing to a younger audience, and her casual, often cheesy tone made this book borderline unreadable for me. She says things like:
"You're the pilot, so let's fly, bitch."
"Boss Bitches are classy, sassy, and badassy."
"Throw your hair in a bun, crank up Rihanna, and handle it."
"The secret to having it all is realizing that you already do."
It's just not for me. I'm not on this level. I don't like being called "bitch." And I don't need someone to communicate with me like we're "besties." I'm only four years older than Lapin, but, while reading this book, I felt like we were worlds apart.
In short, Boss Bitch is one for the younger crowd. If you are 20-something and looking for career guidance--especially if you are considering going the entrepreneur route--you will probably enjoy this book. But if you are a day over 28, I'd suggest skipping it.