Embracing Victory: How Women Can Compete Joyously, Compassionately, and Successfully in the Workplace and on the Playing Field
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This book is a love story. It's about loving yourself enough to compete for what you want-whether that's a promotion, an elected office, or an athletic personal best. It's about loving your opponents-because they challenge you to excel. And it's about reclaiming competition as fun and female. The truth is that competition doesn't have to be about cutting throats and conquering enemies. It doesn't have to ruin friendships. In this inspiring and original book, former pro athlete and award-winning author Mariah Burton Nelson shows readers how to compete with joy and integrity and a sense of humor. She urges women to stop denying that they're competitive. And she reveals how some of America's most successful women are embracing "women's ways of winning." Think of competition as a relationship, Nelson advises. Opponents can be respectful, even helpful, as they challenge each other to succeed. Think of competition as a risk, making wise decisions about when to compete and when not to. Think of competition as an opportunity to get to know yourself and your true potential. And think of competition as a process; winning does matter, but how you win matters, too.
Embracing Victory is for women who love to win and for women who are afraid to win and women who hate the word "winning." It's for anyone who longs for success-and anyone who already has success and longs to stop apologizing for it. Deftly interweaving personal stories with the results of scores of interviews and original survey research involving a thousand women and girls nationwide, Nelson is the coach and mentor every woman needs to discover a whole new game plan.About the Author:
A former Stanford and professional basketball player, Mariah Burton Nelson is the author of the groundbreaking The Stronger Women Get, the More Men Love Football and Are We Winning Yet? A popular lecturer, she speaks to several dozen groups each year and has appeared on hundreds of television shows, from Good Morning America to Dateline to Larry King Live. She lives in Arlington, Virginia. She can be reached via e-mail at Mariahbn@aol.com.
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