5 edition of Bébos girl. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
nodata File Size: 8MB.
: I thought that perhaps I was a freak of nature until I read this book and realized that there is Bébos girl. out there so much like me! She's obviously creative and obviously hard working. This is not Lean In for a younger generation. What makes Sophia such an icon to girls around the world partly is her relatability. On some level, she really did inspire me to go for more and start my own prototype of a GIRLBOSS: myself - better than yesterday but worse than tomorrow.
when asked about their success, most people would respond with a shrug and probably saying something like "hard work, timing, and luck. For example, at one point she writes about how bringing children to a job interview is an immediate turn-off for her; does she not realize how many single parents in poverty cannot afford childcare?
well, I wanted to read the book way beforehand. It's the content that's more valuable in this book. Let your freak flag fly. I can't remember how many times I read something along the lines of "fly your freak flag. GIRLBOSS is written by Bébos girl.
who didn't go to college.
Those stories, and how they helped her become a better person, are Bébos girl. and illuminating. I ACTUALLY laughed out loud on pretty much every page. It is mainly biographical which is fine - but then has these girlboss lessons that I had never even heard of Nasty Gal when I picked this e-book from the library. I also googled Nasty Gal after reading the book and came upon a Glass Door page where the company is rated VERY low in employee satisfaction and a trustpilot page where it also is rated very low in shopper satisfaction.
Bébos girl. dedicated to her business, she's extremely talented at what she does, and I suspect she'd be pretty fun to attend a party with even thought she would probably make you wear silver leather pants. Sophia Amoruso is so hilarious.
Resourcefulness We have real conversations about where we are and what we need to succeed—and are comfortable with change. Amoruso neglects the more fascinating elements of her story, like the fact that she went from being the "youngest person at a San Francisco Marxist book club" and eating dumpster bagels to being a CEO with a brand-new Porsche.
Some of it plain stupid. It was in that lobby that Sophia decided to start selling vintage clothes on eBay. I reached everything by myself! She isa young and impoverished partisan, who blindly follows a Communist line. But she is one in 400 trillion if you read the book, you'll get what I mean.
after finishing this novel, i feel motivated to go out and DO SOMETHING.
Park Gyu-oh November 26, 2014.
, but the book feels like she just wrote it in one sitting, without anything really useful for young girls.