Memorial Hall Library

The power playbook, rules for independence, money and success, La La Anthony

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The power playbook, rules for independence, money and success, La La Anthony
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Literary form
non fiction
Main title
The power playbook
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Responsibility statement
La La Anthony
Sub title
rules for independence, money and success
"The author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Love Playbook, La La Anthony is again opening up her playbook to share her no-nonsense advice. La La is a self-made entrepreneur with a successful fashion line, a cosmetics company, a reality show, and a budding acting career to her credit. From humble beginnings, she created a career that she loves through sheer determination and hard work, and now she shares her hard-won wisdom on how her readers can do the same. With her unparalleled drive and enterprising attitude, La La knows what it takes to follow a dream, define goals, and work relentlessly to achieve them. In The Power Playbook, she will share her tried-and-true advice for reaching new levels of success in whatever you set out to do. Perfect for those setting out for the first time or for more established professionals looking to reevaluate their goals, The Power Playbook has an inspiring message for women of all ages. Illustrated by personal stories of her own professional triumphs and challenges, La La reveals her secrets to finding success on your own terms and reminds us that big dreams require hard work, resilience, and an undying belief in yourself"--, Provided by publisher
Table of contents
What is power? The rules of engagement -- The playbook: what's your plan? -- The power of fear -- The power of gratitude -- The power of persistence -- The power of failing -- Time-out: learn to be by yourself -- Everyone needs a good coach -- Training camp -- The uniform: dress for success -- The power of your brand -- Time-out: place boundaries on social media -- The crossover: learn to reinvent yourself -- Salary cap: don't chase money, chase your purpose -- The power of Africa: balance, priorities, freedom -- The power of elimination: people, thoughts, things -- The assist: be a mentor -- Time-out: be a power source -- My starting five: lessons learned from these power players -- Girl power -- The power within