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When a woman acts assertively, makes demands, and struggles for what she wants, she is labeled a bitch. The secret is to know when and how to turn on (or turn off) that "bitch switch". Not being able to locate your "switch" leaves you open to being a victim; not knowing how to turn it off will get you a label that is hard to shake.

From Omarosa - the reality star, global television personality, and prime-time villainess you love to hate - comes The Bitch Switch, the smart and bitingly honest must-read for every woman who aspires to succeed in relationships, in business, and at home.

©2008 Phoenix Books; (P)2008 Phoenix Audio

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"Reality television mainstay Omarosa, best known for her caustic behavior as a contestant on The Apprentice, has embraced her identity as on-screen reality villain and turned it into a genuinely insightful, thorough self-help guide for women looking to strengthen themselves, especially in work environments." (Publishers Weekly)

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  • Anita
  • Las Vegas, NV, USA
  • 10-03-09

Totally awful

This is an awful book but her voice is worse. It's like she is trying to make her self help book sound like porn. Really annoying. Don't bother.

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Solid Advice, Woman To Woman

I've listened to this book 3 times so far. it gets better with every passing.

Omarosa teaches the modern woman what it takes to have others respect you at work and in your personal life.

It's not about being mean. It's about being firm with your personal boundaries and teaching others to honor them. Some people will always test you. that's when you flip the switch.