Everything Is Negotiable: The 5 Tactics to Get What You Want in Life, Love, and Work
Many women seem to struggle with balancing various facets of their lives and often sell themselves short. Everything is Negotiable author Meg Morgan presents strategies to negotiate your life, declaring that you really can have it all—you only have to ask. That sounds pretty bold and unattainable, but her suggestions are often achievable; for example, asking for everything is sure to get you more than asking for only a little, Morgan suggests.
This is not a handbook for obtaining the best price on a new car or earning a raise (although it will help with those things too). The book encourages you to change your thinking about what you desire, how to choose, owning the narrative, how much you give, and more.
Morgan’s writing is easy to read and conversational (although sometimes a bit too casual), and she illustrates her advice with entertaining and occasionally poignant episodes from her own experiences both as a mother and as a working professional. Applying her ideas is sure to help you get more out of the life you want—for work, family, and relationships.
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|Author||Meg Myers Morgan|
|Page Count||320 pages|
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