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Playing to Win: 10 Steps to Achieving Your Goals Paperback – 12 May 2004
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“… a first–rate handbook for women keen to succeed in business.” (Daily Express, 23.March 2004)
"… a first–rate handbook for women keen to succeed in the business world." (Daily Star, 23 April 2004)
"… tips and secrets on how to change yourself to improve your chances." (Daily Post, 28 April 2004)
?? a first–rate handbook for women keen to succeed in business.? (Daily Express, 23.4.04)
"? a first–rate handbook for women keen to succeed in the business world." (Daily Star, 23 April 2004)
"? tips and secrets on how to change yourself to improve your chances." (Daily Post, 28 April 2004)
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Playing to Win is essential reading for women who want to have it all. Karren Brady has done just that. At 23 she took over as Managing Director of Birmingham City Football Club and single–mindedly revolutionised it. She cleared the debt, and made history by taking it into the Premier League, whilst transforming it into a viable business along the way.
So how did a 23–year old woman with little or no management experience walk into a man′s world and achieve such incredible success? In Playing to Win, Karren Brady reveals her secrets and shares with you the techniques you can adopt to succeed in your own life, on your own terms. Karren reveals the the ten characteristics shared by all successful women: determination; ambition; confidence; courage; humour and charm; leadership; communication; staying on track; drive; and hard work. Playing to Win shows you how to make radical changes in each of these areas. It is a personal story as well as a practical game plan and inspirational guide packed with insights from high achieving women, from Martha Lane Fox to Sly Bailey and Jacqueline Gold to Anne Wood.
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Karren Brady has long since been a great role model to me as a young women determined to take her chance in the male management world. I feel an affinity with her.
To read the stories and experiences within this book is truly remarkble, the women who find drive and dedication with a sense of humour above all makes truly inspring reading.
This book is an amazing snapshot of the diverse and varied world of dedicated focussed women irrepsective of age & background.
It makes you feel when your questioning 'is this me or everyone one else' ???? you realise you are unified with other women who are asking the same question and finding the answer is not them.
It was an easy read caused you to pause for thought on your own goals and provided insight rather than advise to help you seek your own goals and achieve them.
Very inspiring stories, made you feel your not alone in your quest for success
Definitely a required addition to the bookcase!
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