Feminine Force: Release the Power Within to Create the Life You Deserve

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 286 pages
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So how did she do it? She credits her Feminine Force. With this collection of practical principles, distilled from her own varied life experience and from the thousands of women - of all ages, backgrounds, and points of view - she's met as the CEO of La Prairie Cosmetics and of her new company, Exclusives by Georgette Mosbacher, she shows not only how she did it, but how you can do it, too. Join Georgette as she tells you what she learned as a child taking care of her three younger siblings while her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother worked. Hear what she learned about love and self-esteem through two failed marriages ("Just because you made a mistake doesn't mean you are a mistake"), and how she persevered to meet and marry a good man. Want to be accepted by the "old boys" network - without sacrificing your femininity? Want to be financially independent and loved? Want to reinvent yourself, and learn how to turn the negatives in your life into positives? Just ask Georgette.

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FEMININE FORCE: Release the Power Within to Create the Life You Deserve

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Up from poverty with ``beautiful, glamorous'' ex-Washington ``social hurricane'' Mosbacher, 45, who here releases her secrets for getting what she wants—including marrying a millionaire (in her case ... Read full review

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I gave this book 5 stars because I have worn my copy out with multi colored highlighters and ink notations. In fact, my copy says, REWARD IF FOUND. I have yet to see another book where a woman gets ... Read full review


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Mosbacher is the CEO and President of Georgette Mosbacher Enterprises and is married to entrepreneur and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Robert Mosbacher.

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