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Review "What an important book!" - Beth Moore, read more, about the Author, shaunti Feldhahn started out as an analyst on Wall Street and ended up a surprise bestselling author, encouraging the Christian community toward service and outreach with the #1 bestseller Y2K: The Millennium.
Reading it opened my eyes, broadened my vision, and challenged my faith.
Wiersbe, author and former pastor of the Moody Church, Chicago "Fifty women who teach us that famous isn't about how many people know your name and that brave often looks like pressing on even when you're afraid.Add to List, unable to add item to List.Lincoln Journal Star and is a regular contributor.Digital List Price:.01, kindle Price:.01, save.98 (37) includes VAT send a free sample, deliver to your Kindle or other device.Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman, CNN's ebullient-and successful-executive vice president puts forth a new thesis: women are not in star positions because they haven't yet learned how to play the game.The game of business is played on a field where males have been comfortable since they were very young, says Evans.The High Calling and other online journals.Or, try Kindle Countdown Deals, explore limited-time discounted eBooks.
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From Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Ávila, and Anne Hutchinson to Susanna Wesley, Harriet Tubman, and Corrie ten Boom, these admirable women live again under DeRusha's expert pen.
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Evans's message is inspiring: women can learn to play the game as well as any man and bring with them a unique set of skills and experiences.
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Throughout history, countless women have boldly stepped out in faith and courage, leaving their indelible mark on those around them and on the kingdom of God.
The fact that there are few women occupying top-level positions in corporate America has, for a long time, been blamed on a ubiquitous "glass ceiling." But according to Gail Evans, this is a tired myth implying a woman is a "person-who's-done-to instead of a person-who's-doing.".Prime members enjoy free Two-Day Shipping and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books.I highly recommend it to both men and women!".If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact."This book is rich in inspiration and information.See all Editorial Reviews, nO_content_IN_feature, pages with related products.Jennifer Dukes Lee, author of, love Idol, michelle DeRusha writes a monthly column on religion and spirituality for the.In her entertaining, informative, and practical book, Evans sets out to level the playing field by providing instructions on how men play and by teaching women to play smarter and win on their own terms.Women, on the other hand, enter the game disadvantaged, having been taught to be cooperative rather than competitive, to enjoy the process rather than simply the result, and to seek approval rather than assume success.In one section, where she offers such advice as "Toot Your Own Horn "Accept Uncertainty and "Be an Imposter Evans presents a common business scenario.Their stories give the church of today-men and women alike-a courageous and brave example of living faith and of living out faith, the evidence of things unseen.".