Playing for Keeps – How a 21st century businesswoman beat the boys!
Number 1 Best Seller in Biographies of Business Professionals Category on Amazon!
Number 1 Best Seller in Memoirs Category on Amazon!
Award-Winning Finalist in the Business: General category of the 2021 International Book Awards
What if you were a successful businesswoman who shattered the glass ceiling? Would you give it up even if you could make millions more? Best-Selling Author, mom and self-made businesswoman Therese Allison shares her business success secrets in her new book, “Playing for Keeps: How a 21st century businesswoman beat the boys.”
“The book is a portrait of a successful businesswoman, but also a love letter to Allison’s family heritage.” – Matt Szabo, The Los Angeles Times
In this self-help memoir, Allison openly shares how she used a “Velvet Glove for Women” to break the glass ceiling, build allies, close deals, become financially independent at age 38, and retire early at 43 to spend quality time with her three children. Almost 20 years later, she mentored her son to become one of the youngest Principal’s in a prominent multi-billion company, headquartered in New York.
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“Playing for Keeps: How a 21st century businesswoman beat the boys” (2020)
(Available in hardcover, paperback and ebook/Kindle formats)
“Playing for Keeps by Therese Allison is a must-read for anyone wanting to understand the mind-set of a groundbreaking pioneer of female executives…Descendant to a family of pioneers…T. Allison follows in their mind-set. She forges her own path into the world of businessmen, with as much innovation and determination as the men in her bloodline. She wants to win….”
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Readers will learn how to:
– Follow the number one rule for successful negotiations.
– Be the exception, not the rule. – People do business with people they like.
– Apply Allison’s her 16 Pearls of Wisdom that she used on her road to shattering the glass ceiling.
– Know when to use “Lucy Moments” to break barriers, build allies and be relatable.
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