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Starting Over : 25 Rules When You've Bottomed Out (Paperback)

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At age 36, Mary Lee Gannon was a mother with four young children and a self-employed husband. Suddenly she found herself in litigation and then homeless. Seven years later she was president and CEO of a large foundation. Gannon brings the lessons she learned to this timely book. These lessons, offered in 25 rules, are aimed at anyone facing an economic or personal challenge, from the fired or laid-off employee to the empty nester seeking to re-enter the workforce to those seeking new life goals. The rules are commonsense but also fresh, from "begin with the end in mind and sketch that vision on paper" to "find a mentor in an offbeat place" to "surround yourself with people who possess your weaknesses as their strengths and give the glory away." Gannon's clear, encouraging writing and interactive approach offers both inspiration and specific strategies for overcoming setbacks in business and in life.


Publisher New Horizon Pr
Mfg Part# 9780882823119
SKU 211297180
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0882823116
Release Date 11/1/2009
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0207
Publisher New Horizon Press
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