Steppin' Out with Attitude by Anita Bunkley
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Bestselling novelist and motivational speaker Anita Bunkley shows women, especially African American women, how to put their talent, service, dream, or product in the spotlight.

Whether you're a businesswoman, an entrepreneur, or a young woman entering the job market, Steppin' Out with Attitude will help you put your unique talents and abilities to work. Anita Bunkley empathetically addresses those readers who have a tendency to downplay their skills and to undersell themselves. Through short exercises and practical tips, she provides a step-by-step program that offers both practical advice and emotional support. Quotes, inspirational passages, stories about the author's life experiences as a novelist and motivational speaker, and testimonials from prominent women will also help you pave the way to success.

Bunkley zeroes in on the three D's: desire, discipline, and drive. Self-knowledge is the key to maximizing potential, and Bunkley helps you crystallize your goals and provide a solid understanding of what is fueling your quest. Steppin' Out with Attitude shows you how to:

set lofty goals and eliminate procrastination

shun the victim mentality

be bold enough to contact sisters for mentoring and support

exchange destructive habits for constructive ones

forgive and forget--immediately

develop a money management system that works for you

write effective r‚sum‚s, press releases, and marketing materials

look and act as if you've already arrived

believe sincerity will be rewarded

Practical and motivational, Steppin' Out with Attitude gives women the confidence to go for it!


About Anita Bunkley

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Anita Richmond Bunkley is a novelist, motivational speaker, and workshop facilitator. She was born in Columbus, Ohio. Bunkley was researching the African American woman who inspired the song, "The Yellow Rose of Texas," when she decided instead to write a novel based on the woman's life. Bunkley self-published the book, Emily. Bunkley published other novels with Dutton/Signet including Wild Embers which was named by Publishers Weekly as one of the 10 best romances of 1995. Glamour magazine picked Starlight Passage as a favorite romance novel of the year. Bunkley has also been honored with the United Negro College Fund's Excellence in Achievement Award. She created a program based on her story of determination and success in the face of overwhelming odds. Her book, Steppin' Out With Attitude, offers practical advice, emotional support, and step-by-step tips to help pave the way to success for the businesswoman, entrepreneur, or young person entering the job market. She tours throughout the country offering her workshops through the black women's empowerment venue African American Women on Tour.
Published October 1, 1998 by Perennial (HarperCollins). 299 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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A former teacher and director of nonprofit organizations, Bunkley self-published her first novel for African-American women after 32 rejections and being told that ""blacks did not read many books."" Now, ""[s]ixteen years and five novels later,"" she is a sought-after motivational speaker and po...

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