Gail McMeekin

The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women

Winning Strategies of Highly Successful WomenMcMeekin’s second “12 secrets” book on creativity and success. From the popular creative coach Gail McMeekin, founder of Creative Success LLC with worldwide clients and author of the bestselling The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women, comes a book with hundreds of examples of how creative women entrepreneurs and business leaders have used proven strategies to succeed.
Take positive risks and develop your talents and passions. We are experiencing a work and lifestyle revolution and creative Renaissance. Women are leaving companies and starting new businesses. Virtual companies are springing up, giving us choices about where and how we live and work. And, we are switching from the age of logical thinking to the age of conceptual thinking.
This book can change your life. We all have the software to be creative, but many of us have been shamed or criticized, and our creative sparks are smoldering beneath layers of fear and lack of confidence. Gail McMeekin's book blasts through that and gets you excited again about your potential. McMeekin interviews 31 of today's most successful women, integrating their insights with her own proven success strategies to help you get onto the road to success.
Each chapter has a series of challenges to guide you in discovering your own personal success. Read about:
Successful women doing everything from being an astronaut, a politician, a coach, or a watercolor painterGremlins you must defeat to claim your true gifts and prosper and feel contentHow to take your best ideas and leverage them into a prosperous business that supports your life purpose and valuesIf you are a fan of Gail McMeekin’s other books, The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal and The Power of Positive Choices, or have read books such as Conscious CreativityAwakening Your Creative Soul, or The 30-Day Creativity Challenge; your next read should be The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women.
344 printed pages
Original publication



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    Maureen Mainahas quoted3 years ago
    I need freedom, independence, and a series of creative projects to work on in order to be happy.
    Inessahas quoted2 months ago
    I pick up a book called Walking on Alligators: A Book of Meditations for Writers by Susan Shaughnessy. Writing often feels dangerous to me, and reading about another writer's similar terrors helps me to forget my doubt
    b0534929770has quoted4 months ago
    I've come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that's as unique as a fingerprint—and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others in the form of a service, working hard, and allowing the energy of the universe to lead you.”

    Her birimizin bir parmak izi kadar eşsiz kişisel bir çağrısı olduğuna ve başarılı olmanın en iyi yolunun sevdiğiniz şeyi keşfetmek ve sonra da başkalarına bir hizmet şeklinde sunmanın bir yolunu bulmak, çok çalışmak ve evrenin enerjisinin sizi yönlendirmesine izin vermek olduğuna inanmaya başladım."

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