• Pitch Like a Girl

  • How a Woman Can Be Herself and Still Succeed
  • By: Ronna Lichtenberg
  • Narrated by: Linda Lovitch
  • Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 06-22-06
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC
  • 3.9 (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It's time to embrace your unique advantages to succeed as a woman in business.
Using tools, practical tips, and real-life exercises tested in Ronna Lichtenberg's practice and popular seminars and workshops, you will learn to:



Get in touch with what you really want
Find your natural "pitching" style
Discover what you need to know to get others to support you
Package requests so that people will say yes
Talk about money with confidence and a sense of self-worth
Close agreements without feeling like you've put relationships at risk
Whether you want a raise, time off, capital for your business, or just to be heard, these fresh, practical, and life-affirming ideas will help you succeed in business and in life.
©2006 Rodale Inc.; (P)2006 Gildan Media Corp
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By Jane on 08-19-10

I feel like I'm being lectured....

I didn't like this book. There are a few good ideas such as the "me incorporated" concept. Some good researches do exist to back the author's claims. However, a lot of the information are common sense and loosely tied together. The worst thing about this audiobook is the voice of the narrator. She talked in this harsh and condescending voice, like she was talking down to me. I didn't enjoy listening to her pitch, and I find my mind wandering a lot while listening to this audiobook.

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