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Westside DIGS: Just Sold! Mitzi Gaynor’s former Beverly Hills Home — A Reminder of Old Hollywood!

If the walls of this recently sold 1920s Spanish-style villa in Beverly Hills’ sought-after “flats” neighborhood could talk, they would have quite a story to tell—from extravagant evenings spent dancing and partying the night away with the likes of renowned screen legends like Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra to the private dance rehearsals of an…

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Woman’s Day: 10 Weird Tricks That Make You More Productive by Samantha Toscano

Up your work efficiency with these surprising ideas Get More Done It happens to everyone. You start the work day knowing full well what you have to finish by quitting time, but at 5 P.M., you haven’t achieved nearly as much as you’d planned. “Being productive is more than just checking off boxes on to-do…

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Fox News Opinion: Whom to Marry is the Most Important Decision a Woman Will Ever Make

Princeton graduate and mother Susan Patton finds the reaction to her article advising female Princetonians to find a husband before graduation “astonishing.” I’ve no doubt the backlash is shocking to Ms. Patton, but it’s not the least bit shocking to me. I’ve taken just as much heat for challenging the status quo when it comes…

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TheBlaze.com: When will Family Come First by Suzanne Venker

With all the talk of women leaning in and out, and of retro wives vs. feminist ones, you’d think at some point we’d come face to face with the elephant in the room. But alas, no. When it comes to the work/family debate, we talk about the pay gap, the gender gap, and the ambition…

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Fox News Opinion: Sheryl Sandberg’s Misguided Message by Suzanne Venker

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg gets around. She runs a multi-billion dollar company; she gives high profile speaking engagements; and now she’s a first-time author. Her new book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead” is a spin-off of Sandberg’s infamous TED talk, where she encouraged women to put their careers front and center…

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Kirkus Reviews Back Story: How Suzanne Venker Stuck with It

The first time I took to the computer to write a book, or to attempt to write a book, I’d quit teaching. I was so disturbed by what I’d witnessed in public schools I started reading voraciously about education. That research, along with my personal experience, ignited a fire that never went out. Though I…

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Publisher’s Weekly: Boundaries for Leaders by Dr. Henry Cloud

Cloud (Boundaries) argues that the personal and interpersonal side of leadership is every bit as important as vision and execution. Leaders, he shows, set the stage and either propel or derail, and most of the time these issues have little to do with a leader’s business acumen and more to do with how they lead…

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NPR the Two-Way: “How to Choose a Husband” by Suzanne Venker is One of the Most Important Books Coming Out this Week

The Most Important Books Coming Out This Week: My Brother’s Book is the final book from Maurice Sendak, the author ofWhere the Wild Things Are, who died last year. My Brother’s Book is a dreamy, gorgeous ode to his brother that draws on the illustrations of William Blake and on Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. Incarnadine is the long-awaited second poetry…

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Fox News Opinion: Suzanne Venker on “How to Choose a Husband”

Norman Vincent Peale, author of “The Power of Positive Thinking,” once wrote these words: “Change your thoughts, and you change your world.” His statement is highlighted at the beginning of my new book, “How to Choose a Husband and Make Peace with Marriage.” Its premise is that if women want to be successful in love,…

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Fox News Opinion: Dr. Cloud on Manti T’eo and Relationships

The shocking revelation over Notre Dame linebacker Manti T’eo’s virtual relationship with a girlfriend he believed to be dead, and later realized never existed, led many to label him as “gullible.” In hindsight, considering just the facts, it’s easy to come to that conclusion. But when the psychological principles that led to T’eo’s betrayal are…

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