I really need to start writing down how books appear on my to-read list. Nice Girls Don't Get The Corner Office is a book I've known about for years, but I have no recollection of how I came to know of it. Firstly, much of this advice can be applied to both males and females.
Need some honest, tough love? Read Get Your Sh*T together. It's guaranteed to make you laugh but also a lot of oh, I do that moments. Or rather for me their was a lot of Oh, yeah I do that. The book is split into 4 big chapters, from the meaning of getting your sh*t together,
Confession, I read self-help/development books. It's weird to admit in public, I am fascinated by some of the concepts and just how simple they can be. I've long been a fan of going to the gym in the morning as it does definitely wake you up for the day. No coffee needed! Hal Elrod went
The start of summer, okay more like the last week used to be spent cramming all the books in that I was meant to have read. In particular for my GCSE years, so about 10 years ago (gulp). I've decided the next three books I am going to read are going to be slightly less