How They Made It in America: Success Stories and Strategies
of Immigrant Women, from Isabel Allende to Ivana Trump to Fashion Designer Josie Natori, Plus More
The book follows the success stories of prominent American achievers who made it big with the most odds stacked up against them: the immigrant women of the first generation. It explores this extreme case – what they did and how they did it. Fiona Citkin belongs together with her superwomen, which gives her the insights and the right to write about them. You will read about the hard-hitting cases of American achievement and the fundamental 7 success values—the enablers of success.
You, the reader, will not only enjoy the success stories but also will put the book subjects’ accumulated know-how to good use: the book shows how to apply their strategies, how-to tactics and direct tips—and how to use them as shortcuts any time you need.
The 18 success stories, 7 success strategies/values, case studies, and direct tips the book subjects will give you a huge advantage on the way to your own success in America. Welcome!
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