Think and Grow Rich for Women: Using Your Power to Create Success and Significance (Hardcover)
Women are the future of American business. According to a recent Nielsen report, women will control two-thirds of American consumer wealth in less than a decade.
And yet almost all business and success literature is still written for men dispensing advice that doesn t take into account women's unique strengths or address the demands of family life on mothers.
Think and Grow Rich for Women is a powerful new book from the award-winning author of "Think and Grow Rich: Three Feet from Gold" and coauthor of the multimillion-selling "Rich Dad, Poor Dad." It combines Hill's classic Thirteen Steps to Success with case studies of noteworthy women (including Sandra Day O Connor, Maya Angelou, Katie Couric, Caroline Kennedy, Madonna, Oprah Winfrey, Margaret Thatcher, Condoleeza Rice, J. K. Rowling, Barbara De Angelis, Marianne Williamson Angela Merkel, Mary Kay Ash, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and many more), outlining a master plan for success for all women.
About the Author
Sharon Lechter is an author, CPA, the founder/CEO of Pay Your Family First and a publishing powerhouse. In 1997, Lechter coauthored the international bestseller "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and fourteen other books in the Rich Dad series. In 2008, the Napoleon Hill Foundation tapped her literary genius and together they have produced two bestselling updates of Hill s work, "Think and Grow Rich: Three Feet from Gold" and "Outwitting the Devil." Her most recent bestseller, "Save "Wisely, Spend Happily"," was released in 2013 in partnership with the AICPA."
"The book’s focus on women and a plethora of inspirational quotes from successful women (the only man Lechter quotes directly is Hill) makes a wonderful change from the male-dominated voice in similar titles. In addition to worksheets helping readers form their own strategies, Lechter guides readers through the program, focusing on faith (religious and otherwise), the acquisition of knowledge, and the importance of imagination and persistence. Female Hill fans will be glad to see a book that acknowledges their ambitions.”