Marlo Thomas “It Ain’t Over . . Till It’s Over”

May 5th, 2014

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During her extensive travels around the U.S., actress and author Marlo Thomas kept meeting women who were “stuck.” Stuck in a dead-end job. Stuck with a suddenly-empty nest and no plan for what to do next. Stuck in indecision over where their life should go.

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A few years ago Thomas launched a website for women to connect, share stories, and help each other “re-invent.” And she says the aim was to reassure all of them that it’s never too late to get un-stuck.Now she’s collected the stories of dozens of women in a new book called “It Ain’t Over . . . Till It’s Over”

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Carla Harris “Expect to Win”

April 11th, 2009

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Keeping your career on track is harder than ever, especially as entire industries are brought to their knees by negative economic forces. This is no time to be timid about fortifying your career, and it’s especially important right now to control how you are seen by the people who can help you or hurt you.

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Carla Harris brings her years of experience in the high-pressure world of Wall Street to a book she calls “Expect To Win.”

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Laura Zigman “Piece of Work”

October 21st, 2006

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Julia Einstein is a New York public relations executive — or, she was, until she left that job to become a stay-at-home mom.

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That was three years ago, but as author Laura Zigman‘s new novel “Piece of Work” opens, circumstances have forced Julia back to work, as a publicist for a crotchety has-been actress. Can she handle it? Or will her new job get the better of her?

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