PR maven and The Comms Department founding and managing director Bec Brown has launched her very first book – You’ve Got This – featuring tips and practical advice to help other feamle creatives build their dream career.
In You’ve Got This, two successful creative founders share their secrets for the very first time about what they’ve learnt in over twenty years of doing business – all so that you can get ahead.
It’s full of practical advice and easily implementable tips on topics including how to stand out from the crowd by investing in your personal brand, negotiating a promotion, overcoming setbacks, managing your workload, mastering public speaking, and so much more.
Refreshingly honest and indispensable, You’ve Got This will help you reach your creative and earning potential and find career fulfilment, without it sucking the life out of you.
The working world can be competitive and fast-paced, and the unfortunate reality is that many clever graduates and smart professionals are struggling with feeling anxious or frustrated.
And with recent world events, now more than ever many are assessing their values and motivations.
And, a portion of the proceeds from every book sold will be donated to two charities that support women: Fitted for Work and Life Changing Experiences’ SISTER2sister.
To order a copy, head here.
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