Her Inspiration by Mina Parker
Secrets to Help You Work Smart, Be Successful, and Have Fun

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Her Inspiration is a book with a crystal clear mission: to provide the advice, solace, kick in the pants, pat on the shoulder, hug, or giggle you need when you need it, in short to inspire women to be their best selves. Be inspired by the nine secrets and wise words from hundreds of women around the world and throughout history.
Chapters include: Get Organized or Tips & Timesavers, Chill or Give Yourself a Break, Create Your Style or Fashion Sense and Common Sense, Gather Your Group: Friends, Mentors, and Motivators, Indulge Yourself: Little Rewards Lead to Big Accomplishments, Work Smart: Loving Your Job and Being the Best You Can Be, Achieve: Women Can Do Anything.
Parker introduces each secret with some thoughts of her own and then lets the ladies speak for themselves. 
Her Inspiration
is like having your kindergarten teacher, your mother (and your grandmothers), your sisters, your best friends, and your mentors in your handbag or desk drawer, all on call, 24-7, ready to give great advice.

About Mina Parker

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Hateley is an accomplished management consultant and workshop leader who has worked with many corporate clients as well as professional associations, nonprofit groups, and government agencies. BJ Gallagher is an inspirational author, speaker, and seminar leader. She writes popular womenas books including Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Other Women and Friends Are Everything, as well as best-selling business books, including A Peacock in the Land of Penguins, which has sold more than 300,000 copies in 17 languages. Her work is featured in various magazines from O, The Oprah Magazine to Womanas World and First for Women. BJ is passionate about friendships, family, creativity, self-expression, and health. Her commitment to women being accountable for their own choices in life makes her work both inspirational and practical a calling women to own their lives and create their own futures, no matter what pain the past holds.
Published March 1, 2005 by Conari Press. 227 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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