This is a guide for girls, on how to get ahead in a world that doesn’t always want you to.
Every Girl Needs a Plan is a practical guide to life and work, covering all the basics you need to master to be your best self – from emotional fitness, to leadership confidence, to building your own brand. This book will teach you how to navigate social media, how to turn down the volume of your inner critic, and why you should stop worrying about ‘finding your passion’ – guiding you to work out your own personal game plan that will set you up to live the life you’ve always wanted.
Every Girl Needs a Plan gives you the tools, tricks and tips to make the small adjustments that will get you to where you really want to be.
Contents include: Emotional fitness, Inner critics and tyre-kickers, Fear, Creating your own BOD (Board of Directors), Teamwork, Where are you heading?, Own it, Choose you, Make things happen.
Topics include: The gratitude attitude, Picturing success, The comparison game, The paradox of perfectionism, Switch on to switch off, 20 seconds of courage, Sleep, Social media.
About the Author
Bianca Chatfield is a former Vice Captain of the Australian Diamonds and Captian of the Melbourne Vixens, an elite athlete who has been a World Champion and Commonwealth Games Gold and Silver Medalist, six times Premiership player , Keynote speaker, Ambassador, Teacher and Leadership specialist with a Bachelor of Education and Human Movement, Diploma of Management and Graduate Certificate in Elite Athlete Mentoring.
Bianca is one of the youngest ever to have debuted for the Australian Diamonds at the age of only 18. She has made a name for herself on the court as one of the toughest defenders and most well-known female athletes in the country, a respected leader in sport and a business woman. Netball has been an enormous part of her life, but her ability to build a career and business outside of her career as a full time athlete is just as impressive.
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 1st June 2018
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 13.5