Hello! I am on summer vacation this week and so is my assistant. So this week’s blog posts are going to be fun, different and sporadic! 🙂
Today I want to share with you a few photos from my presentation at the Rady School of Management at University of California, San Diego. This was my first presentation about my soon to be released book so it was really special! It was even more special because I spoke to MBA students in the same classroom where I was just an MBA student just a few years ago.
Who knew that in just a few short years I would be invited back to speak about my book!
Updates on My New Book
If you haven’t heard yet, my book is going to be out this fall and it is called The Professional Woman’s Guide to Managing Men. It is a step-by-step guidebook for women on how to manage men including examples, step-by-step instructions and details on how to be the best female leader possible. I am very excited for my book to be in your hands soon and to announce the AMAZING woman that has just agreed to write the foreword to my book. SO EXCITING! 🙂 Stay tuned for more updates coming your way very soon!
UCSD Presentation Pictures!
So here are a few photos to enjoy today! This presentation was so fun because not only did I get to finally start talking about the book I have been writing for months, but I also got to hear some feedback and see the reaction of the students. I was amazed to see that even more men wanted to hear about this topic which I found very encouraging. Men want to know what goes on in our minds as much as we want to know what goes on in their minds! I got a lot of information that allowed me to tweak some parts of the book to make it even better for you.
Oh and thanks to my fabulous photographer, my mom!!
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