Book: Foley Elizabeth «What Would Boudicca Do?»

What Would Boudicca Do?

Производитель: "Faber and Faber"

Tired of your boss bropropriating your ideas and presenting them as his own? Wondering if the pursuit of having it all has in fact resulted in having not very much? It is time to start channelling the spiky superwomen of history and conquer the shit sh*w that is the modern world. It is time to turn to women like Mae West and Agatha Christie, Hypatia and Cleopatra, Coco Chanel and Cixi. In this irreverent guide they will help you figure out how to cope with impostor syndrome, dispatch a love rat, stand up for yourself, get politically engaged, kill it at work, and trounce FoMo. What Would Boudicca Do? will make you fired-up and ready for anything

Издательство: "Faber and Faber" (2018)

ISBN: 978-0-571-34048-4

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