Friday, March 2, 2012

Consumer Critique: Taming Your Alpha B

I recently had the opportunity to review the book Taming Your Alpha Bitch: How to be Fierce and Feminine (and Get Everything You Want!). Other than the fact that I'm uncomfortable with one of the words in the title, I found the book a worthwhile read. I do consider myself a strong assertive female, but not quite the alpha described in the book - so apparently I've tamed myself well!

The book describes different traits of alpha females, and how to turn negative traits into strong ones. It's worth reading, not only for those who feel like maybe they're just a little too assertive, but for anyone who works with females that go a little overboard - or even for people who aren't assertive enough, and need a few examples of ways to become more dominant.

The book takes the point of view that a masculine approach doesn't work to get what a woman wants and needs - and that nowadays, there's so much pressure to have it all that many women are driven to becoming hyper-assertive females whose tactics either backfire or have a negative impact on relationships.

The authors have the knowledge and experience to write a book like this, too. Christy Whitman is a life coach and CEO and founder of the Quantum Success Coaching Academy™, a 12 month Law of Attraction coaching certification program. She has been quoted in Seventeen, Woman’s World, Woman’s Day, Teen Vogue, The Star Ledger, and Knot Magazine. Rebecca Grado is a licensed spiritual psychotherapist and author who holds a Master's degree in counseling and a Bachelor's degree in clinical psychology. She has maintained a private practice for twenty-five years helping thousands of individuals discover their power and expand their awareness through the techniques taught in her books and seminars. She is a contributing author to two books with bestselling authors Dr. Wayne Dyer and Anthony Robbins.

If you want some help transforming the way you approach the world and people around you, consider getting this book.

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate this review.

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