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Women youre unique. You lead differently from men and thats a good thingespecially in the world of business!By reading Briefcase Essentials youll learn how to deal with men in business instead of trying to act like them. Youand your male colleagueswill discover that by using your natural talents in the business world the power of your positive actions will change mens attitude from confrontational to cooperativeeven in the most male-dominated environments. Susan Spencers one-of-a-kind background has given her a fresh perspective on women in business. Her exciting saga and energizing guide roots for you to succeed and urges you to tackle business issues and situations by relying on your innate talentsexplained as twelve Briefcase Essentials. Specifically youll learn:-How your ability to be flexible and adaptable in business will help you solve problems and handle workplace issues.-How using your knack of engaging people and putting them first will lead to business success.-How and when you should stand your ground to achieve positive results and gain credibility.-How your intuition can be trusted to help you make important decisions.-How your perceptive communication will drive sales and help your company grow.-How bandwagon men help women finance their businesses and support their growth.Susans stories and examples are authentic and her advice for women in business who own companies or who are thinking about starting a business is direct practical pioneering and barrier breaking. You are persistent adaptable improvisational and empathetic. When you unleash those and your eight other proven traits in the workplace your success is inevitable.--------------Susan T. Spencer is unique. She was an entrepreneur and professional before many women had the courage to play in the big leagues with men. Her companies had a combined annual revenue that ranged from a low of 20 million to a high of 50 million. She learned about football and business from her father Leonard Tose who owned the Philadelphia Eagles football team. Before the age of forty Susan was a mother had been a business owner was a lawyer and was the general manager of that NFL team. Susan eventually returned to business diving headfirst into the food distribution industry where she ran a successful global business. She added two more businesses to her ventures both in food processing one of which she owned and ran for more than twenty years.Susan earned a bachelors degree from Boston University a masters in Education/Economics from Hofstra University and her law degree from Villanova University. She currently resides in the western part of the United States with her husband Bob.

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