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Influence - How Women's Soaring Economic Power Will Transform Our World for the Better

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***BOOK INFO*** INFLUENCE How Women's Soaring Economic Power will Transform Our World for the Better. Author Dychtwald, a demographer and marketing executive, provides a riveting exploration of female economic emancipation in the 21st century as unprecedented numbers of women all over the world are becoming financially powerful enough to stand on their own and tip global power balances: individually, as their attitudes toward money changes; in the home; in the work place; and in society at large, as gender gaps in health and education in even the poorest nations are narrowing. Dychtwald shows how women are upending the status quo in corporate America through this rapid economic shift and offers a welcome, more micro look with her five money profiles—archetypal ways that modern women relate to their money, how financially self-confident they feel, and what they expect their money to do for them. She provides fascinating glimpses of women from all corners of the globe who are taking advantage of this change, from Uganda to Northern California, and her rousing and well-researched book contains valuable insight into a pivotal movement that holds vast and heartening advancements ***AUTHOR INFO*** MADDY DYCHTWALD is nationally recognized demographer, marketing executive, and entrepreneur. With her husband, Ken, she is co-found of Age Wave, the nation's foremost thought-leader on population aging and its profound business, social, and cultural implications. CHRISTINE LARSON is an award-winning journalist and author whose work appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and many other publications. A 2010 Knit Fellow at Stanford, she lives in Sacramento with her husband and sons.

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