Penelope Mercury, an intrepid reporter at the New York Telegraph, has pounded the pavement for five years from city borough to borough, carrying out her boss's eccentric orders to break stories that seem inconsequential to everyone but him. Finally, she is inches away from being promoted to her dream job---covering courtroom drama for the paper---but after one spectacularly disastrous day, she is fired instead.
"Too focussed on brands and stuff"
It! is a smart, hip handbook on how to become a major player in any professional or social circle, from well-known New York Post "Page Six" columnist Paula Froelich. She goes to some of the top fame experts in the country to provide listeners with the keys to their success. What did they do to make their way to the top? How did they manage their careers to maximize their fame quotient? What can the average person take from their stories and use in daily life?