The Working Woman's Handbook: Ideas, Insights, and Inspiration for a Successful Creative Career
Phoebe Lovatt (Author)
DescriptionWant to have an exciting, custom-built career? The Working Woman's Handbook can help you create it. It's the ultimate guide to job satisfaction, filled with practical advice on developing and driving a working life you love. Bursting with actionable tips, this book outlines an agenda for making and managing money, setting goals, and establishing success-oriented routines, with worksheets, exercises, and fool-proof "how-to" sections to help chart your course. From the lowdown on launching your own venture to a bullet-point checklist for an essential self-care regime, it will teach you to manage any dilemmas that crop up, and take the stress out of setting a budget. This no-nonsense manual comes packed with author Phoebe Lovatt's personal insights from her own career as a successful freelance journalist, moderator, and founder of The WW Club, the leading digital resource and global community for working women worldwide. It also includes words of wisdom from various creatives and industry leaders, such as Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth, WAH Nails founder Sharmadean Reid, The Gentlewoman's Editor-in-Chief Penny Martin, and rising fashion designer Sandy Liang. Whether a first-time freelancer, budding businesswoman, or dedicated professional looking to enhance your prospects, The Working Woman's Handbook is a go-to career and lifestyle guide for ambitious young women everywhere.
October 17, 2017
5.1 X 0.7 X 7.5 inches | 0.66 pounds
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About the Author
Phoebe Lovatt is a London-born, New York-based freelance journalist and moderator. In 2015 she founded The Working Women's Club, an international platform that provides creative women with the tools to network, share ideas, and grow their own careers. She is also the Founding Editor of Soho House's online site, House Seven, the New York columnist for British business publication, Courier, and has contributed to publications including Elle, The Guardian, Dazed & Confused, GQ, Riposte, Mr. Porter, and Harper's Bazaar.