Book Shelf: Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In”

Sheryl Sandberg knows how to start one compelling conversation. You know Sheryl from her reputation as the tenth most powerful woman in the world, and you’re pretty sure you saw her on the cover of Time Magazine last year. What you didn’t know, is that Sheryl’s success can teach you a valuable lesson, and it all starts with her new book.

Just released last month, “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead has already gained wide recognition for its powerful message: The world needs more female leaders, and women must enthusiastically pursue their ambitions if they wish to become leaders in this world.

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and former Google VP, is no stranger to speaking out on women’s issues. In her 2010 TED talk, Sheryl addressed the lack of women in executive positions with a witty humor and the facts to back to it up, single-handedly putting women’s issues back on the map in the corporate world.

Three years later, Sheryl published “Lean In,” your guide to getting behind the drivers seat of your career. Today, Lean In has become a full-fledged movement, and she wants you to join her on the path to a brighter, more prosperous future for all women.

Not convinced? Check out the rave reviews by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and media mogul Oprah Winfrey who all praise Sheryl for her refreshing perspective on leadership within the workplace.

“Lean In” is a must read for women of all backgrounds. Its empowering message will push you to set your career plans in motion, make it to the top of your profession, and never look back.

Lean into this good read today!


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