Top 5 business books.
It helps see the life of women in today's workforce. You see what has changed and what still needs to change. It actually helps you see where you can help your family.
The narrator did a fine job. Although I like it when the author narrates, it seems more personal that way.
It made me take a look at my family's work/life balance and where I could do more to help, encourage and support my family.
It's a must read for anyone with a job.
The realization that others sometimes feel like a fraud.
No. This book requires time to digest all the information.
I listened to this book on my way to and from work. Probably not a book I would curl up with and read at home as I tend to reserve what little time I have for good fiction. But it definitely was interesting to hear what all the buzz was about this book. Cheryl Sandberg makes some very valid points about women in the workplace and men's roles at home. I could relate to most of her points and found some excellent advice. It's honorable that she is addressing some issues that no other woman at her level seems to be addressing. I loved that she admits that having it all is a myth and that SHE still doesn't feel like she is doing a great job at home or work. And yet, she makes sure that she is home by 6 every night and has achieved an impressive level of success. Her book just made me feel like I can follow my dreams at home and work, despite how hard I am on myself at times. I just need to accept that perfection is a ridiculous expectation!
I started out listening to books for work and now have become addicted. Every where I drive is a new adventure...
I found the information that was provided was incredibly insightful. I find my self trying to not to let any obstacles stand in my way of becoming the best. This book also helped me identify some of my short comings and I was able to make slight changes to be more successful at work. I really enjoyed the stories and it makes a huge difference when you can recognize some of the situations that you have experienced. LOVED THIS BOOK ...I listened to it 5 x and bought books for all the women I work with.... It can make a difference.
This book defines the views of today's genration of women and hits VERY close to home. Every woman with aspirations, every woman struggling with conflict bewtten family and career, every woman should read this. Beatifully narated
She is a leader and discusses how others can do the same.
I quickly provided this to others and asked them to read/listen. It was good from start to finish.
Absolutely! Very inspirational. Some excellent, common sense advice for all career women. The narrator was also very good.
Love the horror genre but read all kinds of stuff! I'm 40 something, a wife, mom and Project Manager for a large Construction Company.
Obviously Sheryl is successful and she has a lot to say. I enjoyed it but am not sure if I got anything legit out of it that I can use. I feel like she started out with great opportunities and things only got better for her. My upward climb was a lot different, I am a 44 year old woman, wife, mom and now a Project Manager for a large Construciton company. Different atmosphere.
No. Given the target, I would have thought a more mature voice would have lended itself better to the narration.
I support the ideas and thoughts of pushing women to reach form more and take more chances. In a lot of cases I found my self substituting "young people" or "minorities" for "wormen" and found there are some themes for women, minorities, and young people in the work force.
The amount of detail was overwhelming, written and spoken like it was a thesis or study and while Mrs. Sandberg tried relating it back to her experiences, some analogies missed. I found myself noting places where the author did not, or does not, use her own advice.
author of books for teens and children
A really interesting book in which the author related her experiences in school, at work, and at home while also giving a broader picture of working women through talking to others and sharing highlights of research and scholarly articles.
As a female lawyer and mother of three, I could relate to the challenges Sandberg talked about, and was inspired by her calls to action.