Leave Your Mark isn't an advice book - it's a mentorship. Aliza Licht - global fashion communications executive and Twitter phenom @DKNY PR GIRL - is here to tell her story, complete with The Devil Wears Prada-like moments and insider secrets.
Drawing invaluable lessons from her experience, Licht shares advice, inspiration, and a healthy dose of real talk in Leave Your Mark. She delivers personal and professional guidance for people just starting their careers and for people who are well on their way. With a particular emphasis on communicating and building your personal brand, something she knows a thing or two about, Aliza is your sassy, knowledgeable guide to the contemporary working world, where personal and professional lines are blurred and the most important thing you can have is a strong sense of self.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
©2015 Aliza Licht (P)2015 Hachette Audio
I think I was a bit long in the tooth for this book. Audience should be between 16-20 years old max. Overall, good tips for young to-be professionals.
Yes, her tips on social media were on point.
The performance was fine considering it was the author's voice. It was like listening to a friend or co-worker.
It really is for 16-20 year olds. Basic, basic stuff like how to write a cover letter, don't have your mom call in and ask for a job for you, ect.
She was ok, but just ok. Being SO into image you would think she would hire someone to do this
This book is so basic. Was really hoping for something more. This is a book for a kid, not a business person.
I really enjoyed this book. It was quite entertaining and quite informative. I love the way Aliza shared her personal experiences to make the book more relevant and poignant.
This is a wonderful story of a great leader who is a lady. Great life lessons and wonderful tips that can really be applied in your career. I'm in the nuclear power industry which is far outside of the fashion industry, and yet I truly enjoyed listening to Aliza's story. It is one of my favorite books on leadership by a woman. The only area in which I wish Aliza had expanded on is how she dealt with having a family while excelling her career. She did touch on this area slightly, but only slightly towards the end of the book. I would love to read another book by her that would go into those struggles that women face.
inspiring, educating, bad ass
when she stayed up all weekend arranging and organizing the shoes but really didn't have to.
no but totally wanted to
Loved this book very entertaining and learned a lot. I've now read it 2 times because the stories were funny and enjoyed it so much. This is a MUST DO
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