This New Woman's attitude has become an international phenomenon -- a bond of universal womanhood that cuts across and beyond cultures and national boundaries.Chin-Ning Chu is the most successful American author in Asia and the Pacific Rim today, outselling the likes of Anthony Robbins and Hillary Clinton. Her latest book, Working Woman's Art of War is the book of strategy that allows the 21st Century working woman to have it all. She interprets timeless, Eastern philosophy derived from the 2,500 year-old Chinese classic, ...
This New Woman's attitude has become an international phenomenon -- a bond of universal womanhood that cuts across and beyond cultures and national boundaries.Chin-Ning Chu is the most successful American author in Asia and the Pacific Rim today, outselling the likes of Anthony Robbins and Hillary Clinton. Her latest book, Working Woman's Art of War is the book of strategy that allows the 21st Century working woman to have it all. She interprets timeless, Eastern philosophy derived from the 2,500 year-old Chinese classic, Sun Tzu's Art of War, into practical everyday Western strategies for making decisions and creating results, showing women how to easily get ahead whether their sights are set on being a corporate CEO, entrepreneur, teacher, stock broker, astronaut or a good mother.Working Woman's Art of War is about the Art, not the War!In order for women to have all that they want -- the right to choose to wear glass slippers and/or combat boots -- they need to have the courage to learn how to think like effective strategists and warriors. This ancient warrior philosophy is the premier vehicle for mastering strategic thinking in the corporate world as well as daily life.You will learn: What the difference is between the Eastern and Western art of war strategies.What the five essential elements of victory are according to Sun Tzu's Art of War.Turning your liabilities into assets.How to swing your blue moments into opportunities.Utilizing the feminine and masculine energies with equal proficiency to achieve your goals.What the difference is between a trophy wife and the working woman.When to wear Nike shoes, glass slippers or combat boots in the corporateoffice.How to overcome other women's professional jealousy.Converting sexuality into advantages.Channeling the rage of sexual harassment for advancement.How you can embrace your family and career at the same time.The most effective tool for overcoming gender discrimination.Why it is so important for working women to possess style as well as substance.What the strategies are for New Feminism's Battle and why.Why Sun Tzu said, Know thyself, know thy opponents -- One hundred battles, one hundred victories.
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Working Woman's Art of War: Winning Without Confro
Chin-Ning Chu has done it again - written a wonderful book on business specifically for Women, based on SunTzu's Principles & Strategies. This book will help you to take control of business situations without being perceived as a shrew, will help you to earn respect from colleagues and supervisors and generally make you feel positive about how you learn to handle difficult or awkward business situations. It put Sun Tzu's strategies into easy to understand (but not patronizing) language that is practical and an interesting read. Understand the principles used by other successful female supervisors or Managers and read this book as soon as possible!
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