Forget the glossy, 'I am so amazing, let me tell you how I got here on my giant salary' stuff.
This is real and practical. What works, what doesn’t, what will give you a breakdown, what will help you through it without one. With some laughing-from-recognition along the way.
Clue: it's not because they’re not tough enough, ambitious enough or would prefer to make ceramics.
My experience is mostly corporate but I don’t go in for lofty platitudes, I am all in the practical, from what companies can do better to what we as workers can do to help ourselves.
Relationships are hard. Even before you throw in kids and jobs and social demands about who does what and the snoring.
Interviewing a lot of people, you see some trends. Trends that may help you understand some of what you’re experiencing, ideas that might make it better and a lot of things that might help you feel less alone.
Above all, I found Christine's manifesto salutary—it brought me up short on several occasions making me think and reappraise my own male, born-in-the-fifties approach.William Eccleshare CEO, ClearChannel International
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