What Makes a Strong Woman?: 101 Insights from Some Remarkable Women

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Sep 1, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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What do you get when you ask women from all walks of life "What makes a strong woman?" Author Helene Lerner did just that and was inspired and amazed at the answers by everyone from stay-at-home moms to top executives. Readers will be, too, when they see the best of the best in What Makes a Strong Woman?

The 99 insights that Lerner includes run the gamut from funny and insightful to thought provoking and motivating. Among them are:

"A strong woman can carry her laptop, breast pump, gym bag, diaper bag, and purse all at the same time!" -Kim Lowe, senior channel manager, Microsoft Corporation

"A strong woman has the courage to dream, to follow her convictions when it is not easy, and to maintain her integrity and dignity at all times." -Akosua Barthwell Evans, managing director, JPMorgan Asset Management

What Makes a Strong Woman? is an ideal keepsake and inspirational book, whether readers want it for themselves or as an enriching gift for others.

 

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Public television host, Emmy Award winning executive producer, and workplace consultant, Helene Lerner has covered a wide array of women’s issues, including relationships, self-esteem, breaking barriers, and work-life balance. She has consulted with Fortune 500 companies about how to attract, retain, and advance women managers, as well as given keynotes and moderated panels such as Smart Risk-Taking, Reinventing Yourself, and Embracing Change. As an accomplished freelance journalist and founder of one of the premier sites for women, womenworking.com, Lerner remains on the cutting edge of women’s issues.

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