In many areas, we, as women, have earned the equality we've been fighting for. We've broken through glass ceilings and achieved great success. We've shown that we can prosper by our own means. And we've become influential, respected leaders. Yet many of us find ourselves unhappy, anxious, and overwhelmed. Where's the pot of gold at the end of our "I can do it just like a man" rainbow?
The problem is that while we can be as successful as men, we don't get there through a masculine approach. Being the "damsel in distress" is not the way to make your dreams come true, but neither is being the hyper-aggressive Alpha Bitch.
In this groundbreaking book, transformation leaders Rebecca Grado and Christy Whitman reveal that when we try to claim power through a forceful "take no prisoners" approach, it ultimately works against us and undermines our best efforts to create the life of our dreams. In fact, wielding Alpha Bitch force is ironically disempowering, because it introduces conflict, struggle, and competition into our personal and professional relationships, blocking us from creating the life we desire. This book will help you:
Shift from masculine and forceful to feminine and powerful
Shed the limitations that have been holding you back for far too long and reach your highest potential
Align with five universal laws and use the power of these energies to skyrocket to success
Awaken your true feminine power, so your visions, ideas, and dreams effortlessly become reality
Taming Your Alpha Bitch will show you how to use these laws to create freedom, joy, and abundance in your life. By using this knowledge, you put yourself in the ideal position for attracting the things you want with ease and effortlessness, not struggle and pain.
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Torn on how to rate this book fairly
Nope! I've heard it all before
nope... no new info here
The Narrator's voice was monotoned... thus boring to listen to.
maybe teenagers or women in their 20s
There was no enthusiasm in the narrator's voice otherwise, even though I've heard the info before, I may have wanted to hear it again from her.