Get Real: 26 Canadian Women Share the Secrets of Authentic Success by Patricia Lovett-Reid (5)

I love books about successful Canadian women. There is nothing more uplifting than that.  And I always follow Patricia Lovett-Reid even on television every evening when she used to do the business report.

But this book is about something different.  It is about how women can achieve authentic success, and 26 accounts from women who have done just that. The book is a powerful testament to the fact that you can do anything that you put your mind to if it is authentic and real and not fabricated.

Another main theme of the book is that if you do what you love, and love what you do, you will be successful. This is TD Waterhouse senior Vice-President Patricia-Lovett Reid’s new guide to achieving happiness and success in both your personal and professional life.

While most women follow a conformist track in life, this book is about getting you on the authentic track in life–one that will lead to personal happiness and fulfillment, professional satisfaction and financial prosperity.

From finding your passion to getting real about relationships, career, money, lifestyle and life, Lovett-Reid offers valuable advice and real-life success stories from sports figures to CEOs to artists and broadcasters.

In this book, she shares their secret to authentic success for the very first time. These 26 Canadian women, along with Lovett-Reid herself, show how money, lifestyle and happiness are all part of the same package. Her message is that all of this is achievable for anyone looking to get real and stay real.

What a great message for all women, young and old. We tend to be followers and we never believe in ourselves enough to really think that we are good enough to do any great things. But we are.  Each and every one of us.  The trick is that we have to believe in ourselves first and foremost.  And this should be achievable, right?


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