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Everything Is Negotiable

The 5 Tactics to Get What You Want in Life, Love, and Work
Narrated by: Meg Myers Morgan
Length: 6 hrs and 49 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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Surprising ways we limit ourselves and our happiness, and how to challenge the internalized wisdom and circular thinking that holds us back

As women, many of us are stuck in feedback loops about how to be successful and happy: striving to "have it all" at work and at home, letting ourselves be pressured into giving every part of our lives 100 percent until we're completely burnt-out, imagining only a strictly linear life path (college, job, marriage, kids), and accepting limitations without question. Yet the truth is, this book argues, most of the conventional wisdom about driving our life choices is total baloney. 

In Everything Is Negotiable, Meg Myers Morgan deconstructs preconceived notions about adulthood, parenthood, and career paths that have us limiting ourselves. Instead of following that linear plan, for example, she urges listeners to take action now for what we want - limitations be damned. With wit and verve, Morgan also tells us to forget trying to "have it all," as the cliche phrase goes - it'll never happen. And, Morgan argues, don't bother trying to give 100 percent - we simply can't give anything 100 percent attention, ever! Instead, this book teaches us to navigate life's necessary trade-offs free of the baggage of our own expectations. 

Chock full of strategies for where and when to give our limited energy, what to demand from our careers, and how to make better choices, Everything Is Negotiable is for women ready to seize the lives they really want.

©2018 Meg Myers Morgan (P)2018 Hachette Audio

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Its a selft help book

Its a self-help book for woman. I was expecting a book on negotiating tactics. I should have read more of the reviews.

It is well written, I did get a good perspective, but as a bloke, I probably would not have got this book if I had known what it was about.

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spectacular book read by a spectacular author

very funny, inspirational, easy to listen to book. well balanced between poignant life anecdotes and revealing psychological studies. encouraging for all people who are ambitious but themselves in a rut.

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  • Alisa
  • Houston, TX
  • 12-05-18

Absolutely Delightful!

This book offers wonderful insight on the many ways that people can move forward in their lives by not losing sight of their goals and priorities. It’s engaging and lovely in equal parts.

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  • JedHoll
  • 01-16-19

Easy and enjoyable read

OKAY- I didn’t read the description and I bought this book by mistake- I’m a man. But I’m glad I did, I’m not sure why the author targeted the book at a female audience because such a small percentage is exclusively advice to woman. I think we can all learn from and enjoy her writing.

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  • Minerva
  • 01-07-19

Too focus on motherhood

Seems like the only important thing for a woman is to have children. I didn’t feel related, and quite boring sometimes.