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Stepping out of Line: Lessons for Women Who Want It Their Way . . . In Life, in Love, and at Workby Nell Merlino
Synopses & Reviews
Imagine the life you barely have the guts to dream of. Is it possible? Or is your imagination always tempered by fear and caution? Let this motivating book give you the power to reshape your life. Step out with Nell Merlino and win
--Gail Evans, author of Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman
Nice girls don't step out of line, but smart women do. Nell Merlino tells you how to do it with confidence.--Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D., author of Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office
If you're looking for a life makeover, you've come to the right place.
-Jean Chatzky, author of The Difference: How Anyone Can Thrive in Even The Toughest Times
Nell's book gives women not just a step-by-step guide to creating the life they want, but a virtual infusion of the energy and optimism they'll need to get started
-Dee Dee Myers, former press secretary
In a bold manifesto that encourages women to stop waiting and get what they want in the world, Merlino--the creator of Take Our Daughters to Work Day--shows women how to imagine bigger lives, find support, and stay the course.
When activist Nell Merlino decides something needs to change, she throws everything she has into changing it. Whether it is raising the visibility of girls or helping women build their businesses, her many campaigns have helped women make dreams come true. Now she marshals her life lessons and those of other gutsy women to help women have it their way.
Stepping Out of Line is Merlino's bold manifesto for women to stop waiting and get what they want, in the arenas of love or work or in the world at large. Offering practical nuggets like Gain from complaining and The system is more malleable than you think, she shows women how to imagine bigger lives, find support, and stay the course.
About the Author
NELL MERLINO created Take Our Daughters to Work Day for the Ms. Foundation for Women in 1993, and today, more than 71 million Americans have taken part. She is currently CEO of Count Me In for Women's Economic Independence, which helps women grow microbusinesses into million-dollar enterprises through its Make Mine a Million $ Business program. She lives in Manhattan.
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