Are you constantly on the go? Do you feel like you are caught between your work and personal responsibilities and must sacrifice one or the other? You are not alone. As an executive with a Fortune 100 company, I too have encountered the same challenges. I have also talked with many other women – and men—struggling with the issue of trying to do too much and, as a result, negatively impacting their careers and their family lives.
Busy Bee: Queen Bee can help you simplify your personal life and make choices that are right for you, so don’t need to decide between work or family. With the help of Busy Bee: Queen Bee, you too can have a promising professional and personal life. I hope you’ll join the others who have read the book and regained control of their lives. Happy reading!
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Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
Without sounding too dramatic my suggestion is – READ THIS BOOK!! ...