Tuesday, July 6, 2021

In the Game of Life, Whoever Tells the Best Story Wins


When media maven Deborah Burns wrote her award-winning memoir,
Saturday's Child, life took a very unexpected turn. Suddenly, that creative journey revealed something original and exciting about the world of work.

She was immersed into a new storytelling world full of literary wisdom, tools, and techniques revealed truths hidden from the 98% of us who are not authors. A rare and gorgeously written memoir, Saturday's Child tells the story of Deborah's unusual upbringing under the wings of her maverick mother to uncover the truth about her mother and their complex relationship.

No longer under the spell of her maternal goddess but still caught in a wrenching circle of love and longing, Deborah must finally confront the reality of her mother's legacy and begin to claim her own identity.

Saturday's Child is a fascinating depiction of a serious powerful bond that exists between all mothers and daughters. 

This is a mesmerizing EYE-OPENING MUST READ for any daughter who has tried to figure out where her mother ends and she begins.

Deborah Burns

When Deborah Burns wrote her memoir she was immersed into a new storytelling world full of literary wisdom, tools, and techniques revealing truths hidden from the 98% of us who are not authors.

Despite having been a chief innovation officer; despite leading brands like ELLE D├ęcor and Met Home; despite working with teams and consulting with many different companies, there were five lessons about leadership and success she never knew until writing that book.

The good news is that you don't need to be a writer - you just need to think like one. The better news is that when you understand the process and make thinking like a writer your mindset....you can move your work story forward in the way that you want. 

Applying the thought-process of a writer will spark new ideas and approaches, improve your questioning and creative problem-solving, and empower you to take the reins of the career you’d like to live.  

Deborah Burns

In her new release, Authorize It! Think Like a Writer to Win at Work & Life Deborah will show you how to live up to your potential. In this interview she shares how to apply the thought-process of a writer to spark new ideas and approaches, improve your questioning and creative problem-solving, and empower you to take the reins of the career you would like to live.

Authorize It! Think Like a Writer to Win at Work & Life will show you how thinking like a writer helps you to live up to your potential. Once you understand the process and make thinking like a writer your mindset, you can move your work story forward in the way that you want. 

You do not need to be a writer, you just need to apply the thought-process of one to spark new ideas and approaches, and empower you to take the reins of the career you would like to live.

"If you want to live up to your full potential, plot your best career, and positively impact every scene in your work story, READ THIS BOOK right now." - Romy Newman

Authorize it!

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1 comment:

  1. That sounds interesting! I'd like to learn more about the process of thinking like a writer, and what kind of impact that could have on my career life.

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