Sleep Your Way to the Top
(and other myths about business success)
Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement -Golda Meir.
What’s important to you in your career? What does success mean to you? What is your top and how in the world do you get there?
If you are asking these questions, Sleep Your Way to the Top (And Other Myths About Business Success) is your book. THE girlfriend’s go-to guide to making it to the top without having to sleep your way there, Sleep Your Way to the Top is a manual, a mentor, a friend you can count on to help you figure out whether to be a bitch or a flirt, how much to drink at the holiday party, and what to do when you get an x-rated email from the VP. This book will hold your hand through resume writing, acing the interview for your dream job, asking for the promotion, learning to love the job you hate, telling your boss to shove it (or not), and having a friend with benefits at work. Here is your road map through all those difficult situations from female bosses that remind you of Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada to feeling like your voice is not being heard to deciding you should sleep with him!
Most of all, this book is about a better you, allowing you to capture your own power and reach your highest potential. It is about YOU creating YOUR path to success. By the time you turn the last page, you will understand your choices, what you most want and at what cost you will go to achieve it.
But one of the best things you will learn from this book is: There are no mistakes. I, Jane Miller, your friendly author and resident CEO mentor, have already owned them all. There are none left for you. I’ve got your back, baby. So, get yourself a glass of wine, climb into your comfy girl clothes and cozy up on the couch with Sleep Your Way to the Top. Together we are going to make you feel as powerful as you are…or can be.
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