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Hachette Book Group USA - Finerman's Rules : Secrets I'd Only Tell My Daughters About Business and Life

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"Karen Finerman likes to tell people she was raised Calvinist. Or as her mother used to say, ""I buy my girls Calvin Klein clothes... Then when they graduate from college, they have to figure out how to pay for them themselves."" In order to keep herself in Calvin, Karen went to work on Wall Street.

As a woman working in finance she noticed numerous ways that she and her female colleagues sabotaged themselves both professionally and personally. Why were her friends unable to bring the same logic they applied at work to personal decisions? Why did they often let personal baggage undermine them in the office in a way that her male colleagues never did? A classic illustration is that women tend to Poll (Do I look good in these shoes?) rather than Decide, often giving too much weight to the input from a random stranger rather than rely on their own gut.

Covering three major topics (Career, Money, Love), Finerman's Rules serves up unvarnished advice about getting ahead in your career, overcoming failure, meeting your ideal mate, and navigating the [cut ""cons"" add ""challenges""] of work-life balance. Most importantly, she offers the reader a crash course in taking control of her financial destiny. Or as Karen puts it, ""You wouldn't let a man tell you where to live, how to vote, or what to wear. Then tell me why 80 percent of women have a man in charge of their money?"""
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Brand / Publisher Hachette
Return Policy 15 Days
Book Type Text Books
Edition 2015
ISBN 9781455514489
Author Prof. Karen Finerman
Language English
Subject Business Studies
Pages 256
Binding Hardback


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