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The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women

A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women
Written by: Gail McMeekin
Narrated by: Susan Boyce
Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Popular creative coach Gail McMeekin, author of the best-selling The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women, offers a wealth of advice for the specific challenges creative women face today: thinking too small, underestimating the need for change, fearing the future, and lacking self-confidence. McMeekin combines interviews with some of today’s most successful women and her own proven success strategies to help readers transcend their “blocks” and achieve success.

Women will discover how to:

  • Dismantle limiting beliefs
  • Take positive, calculated risks
  • Make career changes fueled by passion and purpose
  • “Filter and Focus” to give their creative ideas time and space to evolve

As in her previous book, this audiobook contains real-life examples of how creative women entrepreneurs and business leaders have used these strategies for success. Discover what’s possible when you follow your heart and honor your gifts!

©2011 Gail McMeekin. All rights reserved. (P)2012 AudioGO

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  • Allyson
  • 10-01-17

great book

loved it! very educational and gave wonderful examples on different woman she interviewed and how it related to what she was talking about. I want to listen to it again!

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  • Margarita Millere
  • 01-02-16

Too many advices for audio book

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

It's an interesting book, but has way too many advices for an audio book. It's hardly possible to remember anything from it. Overall, it's interesting to listen, but I find it's not very practical.