The M Club Manual: Missions, Memos, Mandates, Mottos and More

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2004 - Self-Help - 206 pages
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This is a public announcement to inform America of a new, not-to-be-ignored women's club. Well, not really a new club, because it has been around for as long as women have been taking care of business, families, and, of course, each other. The M Club is the ultimate how-to manual for any mature woman who is plain sick and tired of going unrecognized and being mistreated, or simply for those who want to revel in their "M-ness"! o We are sick and tired (mostly tired) of things in general going to hell in a handbasket.o We are intelligent, savvy women who know right from wrong.o Sometimes we have to "come over there" to help another member. Often we "go over there" in a big group so we can make an impression.o We help other M Club members because we want to and we are able. Next time, and there will be a next time, any woman is feeling overlooked or harangued, she can appeal to her sister-members of the M Club to shift perspectives, take the reigns, and, well, take care of business. Women will love to give this incredibly funny and frank manual as a present, or even keep it around the home or office for their own reference and fun.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
7
Chapter 3
19
Chapter 4
35
Chapter 5
53
The Media
93
Chapter 7
121
Chapter 8
153
Chapter 9
171
Chapter 10
185
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Kathryn Sultzbaugh was a reporter, magazine writer, and aerospace technical writer when she said to herself one day, "I am sick and tired of writing about space!" She formed the M Club because she believes women are magical, mysterious, mighty, marvelous, and a majority. Kathryn lives with her husband and three sons in a log home she built with her family in Ohio.

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