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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Few women climbed the ladder to top leadership positions in societal institutions and corporations in the past. However, in recent years, society has gone through a long-awaited and much-needed change concerning opportunities for career-driven women to assume leadership positions. Monique de Maio overcame blatant misogyny, sexism, and discrimination in the 1980s and 90s to establish herself as a successful businesswoman. In The 7 Secrets to Creating a Life You Love, she provides aspiring women leaders of tomorrow with a step-by-step framework to help them find success and fulfillment in their careers. This book will teach you how to manage your time with intention, identify your priorities, delegate tasks, discern your own value to an organization, deal with adversity and shape your own reality, create internal and external narratives, find the perfect work-life balance, and much more.
Using anecdotes from her own life experiences and stories by women from various backgrounds, Monique de Maio offers readers an easy-to-read guidebook to help them derive the best out of their careers and find fulfillment in their lives. With The 7 Secrets to Creating a Life You Love, you will learn to practice self-love and positive thinking alongside fostering an environment and mindset that sets you on the path toward success. According to the author, every 'micro-moment' matters, as they lead to macro outcomes. The book's content is very well-organized; de Maio's meticulous attention to detail ensures a smooth reading experience, and you can grasp everything without a hitch. In between the chapters, you will find self-help exercises to practice some of the key talking points of the related chapter. I highly recommend this book to career-oriented women readers.