Official Review: Finding The Exit by Lea A. Ellermeier

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Re: Official Review: Finding The Exit by Lea A. Ellermeier

Post by melissy370 » 09 Aug 2018, 19:31

It is always nice to read about people turning their adversity into success. We can all make something of ourselves, no matter what our past is. This book sounds truly inspirational. Thanks for your review.

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Post by Espie » 09 Aug 2018, 23:29

melissy370 wrote:
09 Aug 2018, 19:31
It is always nice to read about people turning their adversity into success. We can all make something of ourselves, no matter what our past is. This book sounds truly inspirational. Thanks for your review.
That's so true. What you've said were exactly how and what I've found in this piece. It provides a source of motivation as well as inspiration, indeed.

Thank you for sharing your highly-relevant thoughts and kind words as well.
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Post by Mely918 » 12 Aug 2018, 00:57

Seems like a great book for anyone looking to get into business and would like to learn more about the field. It also sound good for raising awareness on the prejudice women face in both business and the work world in general. Great job on your review! It was very insightful. :)

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Post by Espie » 12 Aug 2018, 17:14

Mely918 wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 00:57
Seems like a great book for anyone looking to get into business and would like to learn more about the field. It also sound good for raising awareness on the prejudice women face in both business and the work world in general. Great job on your review! It was very insightful. :)
Indeed. The book may not be the usual "how to" instruction book, but it is a memoir that provides valuable insights on making it through the business world. It also sheds light on a woman CEO's journey to successfully hurdling gender-related odds and other life challenges to make her mark, and it also proves that underdogs can still succeed.

Thank you as well for sharing your well-meant thoughts and words.
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Post by Momiji1987 » 12 Aug 2018, 22:52

Excellent, thorough review! This book sounds very insightful and encouraging. I’m definitely thinking of adding it to my list. I’m not really into business, but something of her experiences could be helpful in my own pursuits.

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Post by Espie » 13 Aug 2018, 02:57

Momiji1987 wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 22:52
Excellent, thorough review! This book sounds very insightful and encouraging. I’m definitely thinking of adding it to my list. I’m not really into business, but something of her experiences could be helpful in my own pursuits.
To be honest, I'm not really into establishing my own business at present either. You're also not wrong in assuming that this book shows the everyday nitty gritty that entrepreneurs had to go through. It's insights also go beyond business, as it also chronicles the author's personal life and how such is intertwined with her career and all.

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Post by Kibetious » 14 Aug 2018, 06:34

It is amazing to see that the book is thought-provoking from the start. How awesome of it since it is a nonfiction book. One thing I will appreciate is the fact that the author learned from those who failed her. It is a very good lesson that indeed people can take lessons even from the worst circumstances. The success of the corporation itself is also an inspiration on its own. I would definitely like to read this.
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Post by Kibetious » 14 Aug 2018, 06:38

melissy370 wrote:
09 Aug 2018, 19:31
It is always nice to read about people turning their adversity into success. We can all make something of ourselves, no matter what our past is. This book sounds truly inspirational. Thanks for your review.
This is true. This and other stories of people who have triumphed even though they had to pass through tough moments are always encouraging. You statements are profound and full of insight as well. Indeed, we can all make something of ourselves no matter how our past is.
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Post by Espie » 15 Aug 2018, 02:55

Kibetious wrote:
14 Aug 2018, 06:34
It is amazing to see that the book is thought-provoking from the start. How awesome of it since it is a nonfiction book. One thing I will appreciate is the fact that the author learned from those who failed her. It is a very good lesson that indeed people can take lessons even from the worst circumstances. The success of the corporation itself is also an inspiration on its own. I would definitely like to read this.
The book was indeed intriguing at the start and insightful up to its end, indeed. It's an inspirational and motivational life story that we could find trinkets of business as well as personal life lessons from, too. It also gives hope in a way.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and well-meant feedback as well.
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Post by Espie » 15 Aug 2018, 02:57

Kibetious wrote:
14 Aug 2018, 06:38
melissy370 wrote:
09 Aug 2018, 19:31
It is always nice to read about people turning their adversity into success. We can all make something of ourselves, no matter what our past is. This book sounds truly inspirational. Thanks for your review.
This is true. This and other stories of people who have triumphed even though they had to pass through tough moments are always encouraging. You statements are profound and full of insight as well. Indeed, we can all make something of ourselves no matter how our past is.
Exactly. I agree.
"Life has many different chapters for us. One bad chapter doesn't mean it's the end of the book."-Unknown
"To err is human; to forgive, divine."-Alexander Pope
"Put GOD first; He'll bless your efforts with success."-Proverbs

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