The Power Playbook is the empowering guide to forging professional success, establishing financial independence, and finding balance for a truly satisfying life.
The author of the number -one New York Times best seller The Love Playbook, La La Anthony is again opening up her playbook to share her no-nonsense advice. La La is a self-made entrepreneur with a successful fashion line, a cosmetics company, a reality show, and a budding acting career to her credit. From humble beginnings, she created a career that she loves through sheer determination and hard work, and now she shares her hard-won wisdom on how her listeners can do the same.
With her unparalleled drive and enterprising attitude, La La knows what it takes to follow a dream, forge goals, and work relentlessly to achieve them. In The Power Playbook, she will share her tried-and-true advice for reaching new levels of success in whatever you set out to do.
Big dreams require hard work, resilience, and an undying belief in yourself. Illustrated by personal stories of her own professional triumphs and challenges, La La reveals her secrets to finding success on your own terms.
©2015 La La Anthony (P)2015 Penguin Audio
I was not sure what to expect when I purchased this book. I remember Lala when she was on MTV and I have seen a few movies she acted in. I never know what she was an author too. This was great book about what you can accomplish and to never give up on your dreams.
The content was disappointing. Flimsy, and decidedly not powerful, this book needs substance.
I found this book great and a wonderful read. She really believes in achieving success on her own and not laying back on her husbands wealth. I admire her and believe she will constantly work hard at any goal she is trying to achieve.
She had a really great knack of hustling and I enjoyed her work ethic.
I would recommend this book to anyone, it's for those who are hungry for success.
This book really didn't resonate with me. I want impressed with the overall tone and I thought she kind of sounded like a hypocrite. One minute she didn't want people to think she didn't have to work for anything and the next it seemed like she was bragging about how things came to her. It was too much "I am awesome because I do this" language for me. A LOT of name dropping too.
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