What's Your Life Equity?

As our economy unravels, we may find it hard to see the silver lining, but U.S. Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn doesn't think so. We sat down with her to talk about her new book Life Equity: Realize Your True Value and Pursue Your Passions at Any Stage in Life to find out why now is the time to assess your life worth.

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MC: What are you hoping women can take away from this book?

MB:

MC: How have women responded?

MB:

MC: I know that you're also a career-changer - how did you become a congresswoman?

MB:

MC: What advice do you have for someone else considering a career change?

MB:

MC: In the book you talk about myths that we use to sabotage our success - can you elaborate on those?

MB:

Women also think that people are going to cheer for them every step and if people don't, they get frustrated. They think, "Well, I was putting all this effort into this project and it seemed like nobody cared." They have to keep their focus on their goals and not get bogged down or frustrated when people are not standing with them.

MC: Why do you think women do that?

MB:

To learn more, go to yourlifeequity.com

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