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In #GirlBoss, Sophia Amoruso, a well-known American fashionista, shares her wisdom and inspiration with women who are also seeking success. While less conventional than other female business moguls, Amoruso stands on her own after rising from her days of dumpster-diving to eBay saleswoman to CEO of her own worldwide company. Her business, Nasty Girl, started as a self-funded enterprise in her aunt´s basement. In a few years, she was reporting revenues more than $10 million - all without so much as a college degree! In her book, Amoruso, explains to girls and women, in her unique way, that they must shed gender stereotypes and embrace others to forge ahead. Her most important piece of advice? Amoruso says girls must be bossy if they are going to make their own way. She says women must be in charge of their lives, to receive everything wanted out of life - not because it´s been handed to her, but because she´s earned it. A girl boss must be a fighter, must hold themselves accountable and take responsibility for their success, and know when to follow the rules and when to break them. A girl boss knows when to have fun and when to get serious. Most importantly, a girl boss knows herself and has a clear idea of where she is going and how she´s going to get there. The New York Times calls Amoruso ´´The Cinderella of Tech´´. It´s not a far-off description of a woman who rose from rags to riches via the Internet and is now inviting her favorite girlfriends to the Palace Ball. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Danley Stone. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/106320/bk_acx0_106320_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jack Ma is the founder and CEO of the Alibaba Group, a privately owned Internet-based e-commerce company in China whose sales are estimated to be bigger than its American competitors eBay and Amazon.com combined. This book reveals a Jack Ma different from your imagination. How did Jack overcome his humble origins and early failures to achieve massive success with Alibaba? How did he outsmart rival entrepreneurs from China and Silicon Valley? Can Alibaba maintain its 80% market share? Jack Ma is a man who does not see failure as an option, not a final one anyway. Ma has been through more failure than success in his life, we just don´t hear much about it because his success has been so big! Ma´s education through failure more than traditional channels has shaped a man that is globally savvy, compassionate and fiercely passionate about entrepreneurship. He recently shared with Charlie Rose, ´´I failed a key primary school test two times, I failed the middle school test three times, I failed the college entrance exam two times and when I graduated, I was rejected for most jobs I applied for out of college.´´ (Ma was one of five applicants to the police force and the only one to be rejected. Then there is the application as one of 24 applicants to be a KFC manager and also be rejected. ´´I applied for Harvard 10 times, got rejected 10 times and I told myself that someday I should go teach there.´´ Even in the early success of Alibaba Ma was told by Silicon Valley venture capitalists that his business model was wholly unprofitable and he was sent back to China unfunded. In the face of all this adversity Ma did not give up, give in or blame; he just continued to try. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Matt Montanez. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/079594/bk_acx0_079594_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.