At first glance, LuAn's life story reads like an overwrought script for a bad made-for-cable movie. It involves tragedy and triumph, corporate intrigue and family feuds, litigation and compromise, and love and hate-and the occasional death threat. Were she hawking this in a Hollywood pitch meeting-and if she hasn't yet, we can be sure she will. In Paper Doll, LuAn spends little time dwelling on these fevered events. Instead, she focuses on learning and leveraging life's lessons to turn adversity into opportunity. It is what real leaders in business manage to do all the time. She seems most concerned with sharing these lessons to those who will listen: how to trust your instincts, build an inner circle of support, set new priorities and define your dreams so you can chase after the biggest ones.Endless refinancing negotiations and ongoing effortsto get Fred firmly back running the company were finally paying off. ... Fred taughtme how to read financial statements, the intricacies of hog supply, and the importance of new productanbsp;...
|Title||:||Paper Doll Revisited|
|Publisher||:||AudioInk - 2011-02-15|