Women's Business, Women's Wealth

Women's Business, Women's Wealth : How to Make Work Work for You

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Whether they are working as an employee or running their own business, this is the book every Australian woman needs. From figuring out what type of job will make your heart sing, (whether you're looking for your first position or trying to get out of a 20-year rut), to how to land that job or start that business, how to get ahead, when to get out and how to make money doing it, to how to balance work and life and how to set yourself up with the secure future you want, this book is a step-by-step guide. It fills a much-needed market niche and will be as definitive in its area as Vivienne James's best-selling "Woman's Money Book". Australian women are truly remarkable - pioneering, entrepreneurial, community minded and with great business sense, but they're also often tired, stressed and uncertain about their role in today's changing working world. "Women's Business, Women's Wealth" has new strategies, fresh ideas and solid, practical advice. It blends insightful quizzes, invaluable guides to balance sheets, super and other "too hard" topics that don't have to be too hard at all, with the stories and tips of dozens of wonderful Australian women.
Among the inspiring real-life case studies are well-known women and some you've never heard of, but who have achieved success against the odds. Including editor Deborah Thomas, makeup entrepreneur Poppy King, wine marketer Fay McGuigan, crocodile farmer Lillian Lever, engineer-turned-chef Nicky Riemer, and Katie MacNamara, who bought a million-dollar pharmacy at age 21, they share their successes and the lessons learnt from failures. Together their stories and tips form an invaluable guide, for every Australian woman to share.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 386 pages
  • 134 x 234mm | 575g
  • Milsons Point, Australia
  • 1740511344
  • 9781740511346