But Wait, There's More

But Wait, There's More

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How do you go from rags to riches twice? How do you pick yourself up when you've hit rock bottom, either financially or in your personal relationships? How do you start again, after being brought so low? In But Wait, There's More, popular television personality Suzanne Paul shares her successes and her failures in the hope that it will inspire and encourage other women facing their own battles. Growing up in working-class poverty in the Midlands, Suzanne came to New Zealand from Wolverhampton in 1991 with just $15 in her pocket and a determination to make her fortune. She went on to build New Zealand's most successful direct-marketing company and just five years later sold the company for $39 million dollars. Then in 2005 Suzanne lost everything when her plans for a Maori cultural entertainment centre soured. She was declared bankrupt soon after. But never one to give up, Suzanne is rebuilding her life and her business empire, determined to pay back all the creditors, and relaunch Natural Glow. Furthermore, she has managed an early discharge from bankruptcy, setting a legal precedent.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 153 x 230mm
  • Penguin Books (NZ)
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Illustrations (chiefly col.)
  • 0143010050
  • 9780143010050

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About Suzanne Paul

Suzanne Paul has become a media darling since she was the winner in the last series of Dancing with the Stars. As well as working on her new business venture, Suzanne is on the Celebrity Speakers circuit, often doing three engagements per week.
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