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Ingredients of Outliers: Women Game Changers is all about inspiration. It’s about finding the strength to pursue a college degree even though you left high school or to go on into public service when your dreams of another kind may have ended. The book offers readers a chance to think outside the box and beyond their obstacles in a new way.
The best part about this book in the Ingredients of Outliers series is the unique perspective and power of the women in the interviews. The interviews, while brief, are inspirational and highly motivating. The fact that Dr. Shufeldt interviews these women while they are still achieving success is also noteworthy. Readers get a sense that there is more to come from these women.
If you are reading this book from the perspective of “I want to pick up a few tips on how to be better”, this book won’t be your cup of tea. There isn’t a step-by-step guide in this book or coherent set of principles. Each interviewee offers a different perspective and different tips. If you’re looking to gather inspiration from extraordinary professionals from different fields, this book might be just for you.
Many of these women talk about gender equality, work-life balance and other contemporary issues. I especially loved Marsha Ternus and Christine Jones' chapters. Seeing the obstacles that these women overcame in their lives was amazing. It was very easy for me to get practical tips from these women.
I am a teacher, and this book would be perfect for a women's studies course or even a book club.
Overall, it was a great read. I would highly recommend this book to anyone.