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985d112f2e "I would appreciate it if you did X." 9) Speak up! Have a loud(er) voiceGirls don't have to take responsibility for their destinyMinor changes, how i stand, discipline of employees, showing sympathy, down to how i tie my hair, or packing away my cutesy earrings have lead me to great respect and success in an amazingly short time frameWouldn't recommend as there are definitely better books out there, but she said some true things and has some okay tipsUSA TODAY: Monday, March 15, 2004 "Do these 10 terms describe you? Professional, credible, assertive, capable, intelligent, direct, articulate, politically astute, self-confident and self-marketer? Perfect youIt's hard because it forced me to confront how infantalized some of my behaviors areWoman Having A Nice Day At The Beach Narrowly Escapes Disaster The Latest from our Partners Mortgage rates just plummetedThe book holds up a mirror - if you don't like what you see, it's on you to change itIt's inescapable.I'm not exactly a shrinking violet but I recognized myself in some of her examples
Moving from girlhood to womanhood is the aim of this book and NOT jumping to the men ghetto acting like if you are one of the dudes! In fact, that was what I liked the most about this book.Honestly, I was shocked how very little unconsciously made up behaviors or words can negatively make a huge differenceShe was the student teachers loved having in class, the classmate with whom everyone wanted to be friends, and the cheerleader everyone admiredAsking questions to understand is a sign of confidence, not ignoranceShe writes that a female executive should, "Quit bein' a girl," and explains that a woman has choices, and is capable of growing into a role as a leaderShort, easy-to-read chapters, each detailing a single topic so you can maybe read one each day and think about whether or not the problem described applies to you, and if so, how you'll remedy the situationI love politics, but office politics--especially in small offices--terrify me"If you're willing to take the calculated risk of possibly failing, it's not selfish to learn on the job."5) Stop doing stereotypical "girl" jobs, like making coffee or copiesOthers don't really want the situation to change-they already have everything they need, so why should they change?