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How Jane Won

Dr. Sylvia Rimm’s New York Times best-selling book, See Jane Win® and her sequel, How Jane Won, provide inspiring stories of over 1000 successful women in traditional and nontraditional careers.

Inspirational words of wisdom for success are given by successful women themselves from their own stories.  Astronaut Eileen Collins Girls; Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor; neurosurgeon Alexa Canady; TV personalities Jane Pauley, Florence Henderson, Deborah Roberts, and Catherine Calloway; Congresswomen Shelley Berkeley and Nydia Velázquez; Hearst Magazine President Cathleen Black; corporate officer Connie Matsui; Harry Potter artist Mary GrandPré; and educators Frances Karnes and Lisa-Hayes Taylor encourage women to find their own pathways to success. 

How to avoid feeling overwhelmed, dealing with perfectionism, finding mentors, and coping with family health problems, dilemmas of a double life, and combining careers with parenting are a few of the examples from their life experiences that will inspire audiences.

Information from See Jane Win, How Jane Won, and See Jane Win For Girls will sensitize audiences to both the similarities and individual differences among successful women.

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