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HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, May 21, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Kae has the doctorate degree but fears she doesn't have the skills to apply for a director job in her company. Alissa won't raise her hand in a meeting because she feels everyone will think she's stupid. Cara wants to ask for a raise after five years in the company but doesn't want to upset the apple cart. And Alma, a former executive director and now a stay at home mother feels guilty accepting a part time position offered from her company.
West Coast professor Marilou Ryder, a leading expert on the gender divide and East Coast sister Jessica Thompson announce their second Sister to Sister book-DON'T FORGET YOUR LIPSTICK, GIRL: Sister to Sister Secrets for Gaining Confidence, Courage, and Power. Together, they interviewed hundreds of confident and successful women from all walks of life who share POWER TIPS for gaining confidence and influence in a male dominated society.
The need to be liked, to please everyone, and serve others and make peace are part of women's DNA and it's been drilled into them since birth. So, it begs the question what will it take for women to release themselves from their self-doubt and lack of courage that continue to hold them back from the lives they truly deserve? The answer is quite simple. DON'T FORGET YOUR LIPSTICK, GIRL advises women to do what men have done all along. Develop a strong presence in the workplace, at home and in their community. Women don't need to compete with men but rather must emulate what men have done so well throughout the world; that is be a fearless competitor, take risks, exude confidence, sit in the front of the room and speak up to be heard!
Dr. Marilou Ryder current professor of doctoral studies at Brandman University is the author of The SeXX Factor, 92 Tips from the Trenches, Rules of the Game and Don't Forget Your SWEATER, Girl.
Jessica Thompson author of Don't Forget Your SWEATER, Girl is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology and has worked as a creative designer and is an active advocate for young women.
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