from my bookshelf: the most powerful woman in the room is you by lydia fenet

papercut the most powerful woman in the room is you gave me the wake up call i needed. once i started reading it, i woke up a little earlier, had a spring in my step, and felt reenergized about my career path (and gave me peace about not knowing exactly what my career path may look…

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from my bookshelf: the subtle art of not giving a f*ck by mark manson

papercut this is the anti-self help that may actually help you. mark manson uses sarcasm, directness, and dirty language to convey an important message, particularly to those of us tagged as “millennial” (not to say it’s inapplicable to other generations): do less. don’t try so hard to be happy. It is OK to be unhappy. It…

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