What Would a Wise Woman Do?: Questions to Ask Along the Way
Laura Steward Atchison (Author) Jay Conrad Levinson (Foreword by)
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DescriptionWhether stuck on autopilot or totally off course, What Would a Wise Woman Do? provides a roadmap for today's woman back to a more authentic and joyful life. Laura Atchison had it all-a great career, ambitious goals, and loving family-when she realized she was off course. By digging deeper, she discovered she hadn't been asking herself the right questions-and as a result, had been living the wrong answers. By revealing her riveting and candid story-including mistakes she made along the way-Atchison provides practical lessons on how to be a more wise and fulfilled woman by asking the right key questions in career, family, relationships, spiritual life, finances, and more.
Morgan James Publishing
December 18, 2012
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.7 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author
Laura Atchison is a speaker, author, and founder of Wisdom Learned, LLC--a consulting company specializing in educating and inspiring entrepreneurial leaders to get off autopilot and find success. Previously, Laura used her 29+ year experience in both Fortune 100 and small businesses to launch and sell her own highly-competitive IT company--garnering her recognition and coverage from national industry publications and associations as a leading provider of managed technology services. Besides holding numerous technical degrees and serving on multiple charity and corporate boards, Laura holds a masters degree in management and organizational behavior. Her business and life philosophy gleaned from her diverse experience and lessons learned in the trenches is simple: Treat everyone better than they expect to be treated--while collecting and dispensing wit and wisdom to grow along the way. And always ask the right questions. Learn more or connect at LauraAtchison.com.