Lead from the Outside: How to Build Your Future and Make Real Change

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This program was beforehand revealed as Minority Chief. This up to date version features a new preface written and browse by Stacey Abrams.

“Abrams’s personal grit, coupled along with her descriptions of a lot stumbling and self-doubt, will make [Lead from the Outside] contact you in a method few books by politicians can.” (The New York Instances)

Nationwide chief Stacey Abrams has written the information to harnessing the strengths of being an outsider and succeeding anyway.

Management is tough. Convincing others – and your self – that you’re able to taking cost and attaining extra requires perception and braveness. Lead from the Exterior is the handbook for outsiders, written with a watch towards the challenges that hinder girls, individuals of shade, the working class, members of the LGBTQ neighborhood, and millennials able to make change.

Stacey makes use of her hard-won insights to interrupt down how ambition, concern, cash, and failure perform in management, and he or she consists of sensible workouts that will help you notice your personal ambition and hone your expertise. Lead from the Exterior discusses candidly what Stacey has realized over the course of her spectacular profession in politics, enterprise, and the nonprofit world: that variations in race, gender, and sophistication present very important energy, which we will make use of to rise to the highest and create actual and lasting change.

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  1. Stacy woodley

    This book earned 5 star rating for the authenticity. Stacey Abrams pointed out numerous ways to lead especially when leading as a minority. Her willingness to express some of her most vulnerable moments is invaluable. It’s critical in knowing how to own up to mistakes, recognize your power and not to become a victim to other people’s expectations of your abilities.

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  2. Thomas

    Ms. Abrams is what this world needs. She’s smart and ambitious. This book is an excellent read of how she has gone about planning her career and then working the plan. It’s encouraging. I look forward to seeing what else she can do.

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  3. S Dawson

    Words of knowledge and wisdom that may be woven into ones life to produce positive results. She is up front and to the point. Glad I ordered this book to enrich my life’s effectiveness today and the future.

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  4. Kindle Customer Tonie

    Amazing book! I did not expect it to be as good as it was. She was transparent, honest, and true to who she is! I did alot of underlining and highlighting. And the activities at the end of the chapters were thought provoking!

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  5. Jim Dulin

    I liked Abrams’ integrity and fortitude. I bought the book to evaluate Democrat’s chance of winning both Senatorial seats in Georgia. The book caused me to believe this was possible. I expect to hear the news on day that she is the Governor elect.

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  6. saga72saga72

    I wish I had read this book when I was in college. Seriously. As someone intellectually curious but socially unskilled I can relate to Stacey’s story while also rooting for her success. It chronicles her determination and ambition to change the world in which she grew up while learning along the way how to translate that knowledge into real world power. Learning power dynamics does not come easy for many people. We live in a society that rewards extroverts regardless of whether they have the talent to achieve. This book illustrates what it’s like to come from humble beginnings and constantly have to learn the rules along the way. I highly recommend. There are even interactive workbook pages to work through your own stuff throughout the book.

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  7. Mac

    Abrams inspires by sharing the inner systems she uses to aspire. Abrams instructs on us in the value of relationships, self education, boldness, and long range planning as we seek to make our aspirations reality. I will share this with several young women entrepreneurs and several older woman trying to diversify local political landscapes.

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  8. Amy Pinger

    Wonderfully human with some search your soul insights and helpful critical analysis tools. Know the rules, then decide if they apply or if you need to write your own.

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  9. Kindle Customer

    Be bold. Be brave. Be honest. Dream big and achieve by finding your people to support you and support others.

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  10. Donte Newsom

    I’m not a woman of color, but I know quite a few. I’m fascinated by her story, her ambitions, and he compassion. I’d recommend this book to anyone, black, white, male, female, gay straight, or otherwise.

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  11. Katheryn Daniels

    Very informative book on becoming a great leader. Loved the honesty. We need more people in this world who can admit their faults and improve and also accept their great accomplishments. I would happily throw all my support behind Ms. Abrams to become one of our leaders. Great leaders are hard to find. Look forward to reading more from this author.

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  12. Margan

    Stacey Abrams is one of those remarkable people with a wide array of talents. In this book she shares her story, acknowledges the things that get in her way, and includes questions and workbook activities to help readers focus on their own goals. As a teacher, I have to read a lot of “motivational” books that make me roll my eyes, but this one was different. Not only is Ms. Abrams a great writer, she breaks down her advice in practical and doable tasks and goal setting that doesn’t feel gimmicky. I was particularly stunned to read that she considers herself an introvert. As a fellow introvert, I realize I have to stop letting myself off the hook from doing the things that seem scary. I bought a copy for my sister who has a new leadership position, and will be sharing my copy with my mother and others, but I’m going to want it back so I can mark it up and save the pages I need to re-read to light a fire under my goals. Someday I’ll be voting for this woman for president.

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  13. KG

    Many books are written about how to be a successful leader, but I found that most of the books are like the education system in this country, a one size fits all is the approach. In their writings, many authors failed to address the struggles that minorities face in their journey to success. If you want to understand your roadblocks as a minority leader, you need to read this book. You cannot fight if you do not know what you are fighting against. The norm says to be successful you need an education and others say you need more than talents, but Stacey Abrams tell you through her experience as a minority leader and her remarkable writing skills precisely what you need to know to succeed as a minority leader. If you were about to give up because what you have read thus far does not seem to be helpful before you throw the towel give “Minority leader” a chance.

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  14. iObserve

    I haven’t even finished this book yet but felt the need to leave a review. I’m completely blown away by the intricate details revealed. This book is a road map to navigating so many challenges, developing the wherewithal to overcome restraints and a clear path to fulfilling your potential. This book is amazing! Incredibly riveting. I am now a strong supporter of Stacey Abrams, she is the much needed breath of fresh air.

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  15. BJ

    The book was great! Abrams does a fantastic job talking about leadership from the minority perspective. She has anecdotes to keep the reader moving along and some poignant life lessons to focus her message. The audiobook was so much fun to listen to because she narrates her work, but the physical book was nice because of the worksheets enclosed. Having the worksheets helped me focus my thoughts and the audiobook just let me enjoy her story. I highly recommend!

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  16. BeNMe

    I’m white and (not interested in leadership) andI found this book very interesting, both with theinformation and her realistic perspective. I’m notsure what book those who rated it 1 star were reading.This book, for me, was a great way to discuss implicitbias. Stacey, thank you for writing a book that is a greatintroduction you “you”.

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  17. Amazon Customer

    Very Educational, & Informative

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  18. S. Claudio

    This book is a great motivator for all. Whether you are a leader or aspire to be one. Stacey’s insights due to her lived experiences are spot on! As a minority leader myself, I have dealt with and probably continue to deal with micro aggressions in my profession. However, just as this book alluded to, we have to know that the playing field is not level ( never has been), and know and or find ways in how to navigate it, to fulfill our purpose.

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  19. Montina D. Swift

    I was instantly sucked in from the beginning. I never read a book that tells a story, teach and inspire at the same time. Ms Abrams did an awesome jog of pulling the three together, I have recommended get book to young professionals wanted to start businesses or for networking.

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  20. Runningchocolategirl

    I love this book! I got it because it was Stacey Abrams but it has left me inspired and I love it! It has exercises at the end of each chapter. She is so extraordinary and yet relatable. I highly recommend it.

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  21. John

    LEAD FROM THE OUTSIDE is so inspiring!!! Stacey Abrams is the best. We will vote for her when she runs for President of the United States.

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  22. Namaste

    Very inspiring book. Ms. Abrams explains, as a minority where her drive and ambition come from. She speaks of over coming inward and outward obstacles in her quest for greatness. She inspires the reader to identify their ambitions and go for it.Great Read !

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  23. nmb

    I was expecting this to be more detailed and more specific to politics, but it was really more of a self-help book angled at Black and Latina women. Despite being neither, I still greatly enjoyed this book. Abrams has a lot of wisdom to pass down to her readers and anyone looking to get more involved in their community will get something good out of this.

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  24. Ginger Miller

    This book came in perfect condition at a great price. I love Stacy Abrams and am so excited to read it!

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  25. JacksterMT

    Fantastic read for anyone wanting to make political change. Stacy inspired most by showing up as her authentic self but most of all its after she’s done the work!

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  26. DC

    Loved this book! Abrams breaks down her experience and provides lessons learned with suggestions for future success. If you are a leader of color, this book is for you!

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  27. Nana

    I have read just about everything Ms Abram has written. I can relate to her style of writing and just get where she is going. She is filled with understanding, knowledge and insight. I have found a mentor in her books.

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  28. Jatuyana Cooper

    Easy read for someone desiring to lead

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  29. jenda pettigrew

    This is an awesome piece of inspiration. It encourages one to grow with their ambition and make it happen. Great examples and great suggestions included that will work no matter what one’s personal goals are. Thank you, Ms. Abrams!

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  30. Donnell McDaniel

    This book will require the assistance of a dictionary as the content is full like a meal and you will have a full understanding the posture and position of the “Black” woman in Corporate America, politics to be specific. Excellent Read for sure. The title describes why In 2019, Abrams received the Distinguished Public Service Award from the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs, where she obtained her Master’s of Public Affairs in 1998. The award is the highest honor bestowed upon alumni of the school, with recipients selected by their fellow alum

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  31. Lisa Michell Wright

    Awsome. I can relate. A must read. Inspiring. This book opens your eyes and let you know that her family is just like yours. She shared the most intimate family struggles. She is not only bright but she is articulate. I bought both book and the audio book. Read to the end. You will like it along with her pdf. She wrote this book not only an educational piece but is also have pdf interactive download or write in the book. She gives you a chance to challenge yourself in this book. Happy Reading. 👏

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  32. Tiaan&Jubei

    Excellent! My thirteen year old is now reading it as well . Share this with your kids .

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  33. George Bostic

    Great read Stacey has put GA on the map of Southern change.Let not our environment define us, we all can be greater than our circumstances.

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  34. Bbop Oconnor

    Very good book. The way the author interject her personal life to the context is rather refreshing. Taking the reader through the process as she ran for governor of Georgia opened my eyes to ‘how a system works.’ Even when the system is designed to keep you out; you have to endure the pains or accept the system as it is or become a change agent to make the system better. Stacey Abrams is a dynamic leader who has shown proof of her commitment to the state of Georgia. Check out her stellar work during the 2020 elections.

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  35. CarolynCarolyn

    This Book does not only teach you about how to build your Future and make real change it allows you to see the Beauty,strength, courage, and Faith that you and so many have inside of you to lead and inspire and rise to the top.

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  36. T.A. Fisher

    A wonderful book that provides both perspective on and practical tools for becoming a more effective leader.

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  37. Poppykiote

    It’s always fascinating to find out what sort of persons become politicians. It sounds like Stacey Abrams is a person who is use to having lots on her plate and enjoying it that way. For a story of a real go-getter, read this book.

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  38. Adeyemi OKE

    Thank you. This book is exactly what african immigrants in the US need. It is a book for young African leaders.

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  39. VJazz

    I purchased this book,becuase Stscey Abram,is aTrailblazer, and has made (is making) an impact in her Community and Worldwide. So Glad, I found her book, another good read Celebrating Successful Black women, who are making a Positive impact in my life and an Impact throughout the United States.

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  40. Kimberly

    I was pleased upon receiving the book as it was in great shape. Most important was that Ms. Abrams did a great job being transparent in her analysis of the struggles and successes of ‘leading from the outside.’ It has consistently been done (leading without inside support) by marginalized people, but so shameful that it continues to be a struggle that too many people face (unnecessarily) in their lives, due to ignorance. Kudos to Ms. Abrams and those who supported (and continue to support) her throughout her journey. I hope that one day we will refer to her as US President Abrams!

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  41. Bibliophile517

    I thought this would be another self-serving book by a politician trying to set up their next campaign bid, but this was a refreshingly authentic and very honest book about a black woman ascending to power in a world that’s catered to white men. I really respected Stacey Abrams before and now after reading this, am rooting for her more than ever. Abrams for President in 2028!

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  42. Hearth

    This is a very well written, wise, book with practical advice that will benefit young adults – and their parents. Loved the parts about leveraging volunteer opportunities, learning about money, learning how to present business ideas.

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  43. nblassen

    This book is a must read! Her examples are based on real life experience and are very insightful, especially for someone only in their 40’s. She’s remarkably smart, comfortably relatable, and soulfully grounded. I appreciate the tools she has provided in the book to help you plan, think critically, and fulfill your goals. I hope she runs for president! Get this book now!

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  44. Candy Martin

    Great read!!

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  45. Dennis Collard

    Thought provoking in all of the right ways, Abrams skips past trivialities and gets to the heart of her incredible journey. A great lesson in making bold moves and learning from both success and failure. This is not a book of platitudes, but rather a pragmatic evaluation of how the world is for women and people of color who seek to be, and have become, minority leaders.

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  46. Gloria Cuevas

    This book is extremely valuable in helping the reader achieve an accomplished life, both business and personal. Stacey Abrams writes candidly about her successes and her failures. I highly recommend this book.

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  47. Sha Sha

    I originally read this book as part of a book club assignment and I got so much out of it Stacie has a way of making things very succinct and simple but direct. There are so many key points for all minorities and so many were direct impact on me and my views. I saw myself in many of her characters both the good and the bad, the successful and the failures. This book can be a quick read however I suggest taking your time and absorbing her points. You will get so much from this.

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  48. Dawn Starr

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I bought one for all the women in my immediate family and my son.

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  49. Sharawn Edwards

    You wouldn’t believe me if I told you so you must read it fir your self.

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  50. Esther Dillard

    I enjoyed Ms. Abrams candid account of her successes and missteps. A call to those who do not feel they are worthy of a win in their lives to try anyway. And a practical worksheet to devise a personal examination of strengths and weaknesses as well as a works-able plan for success.

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  51. Ronald Gamber

    Amazingly clear and concise gave insights into her mission.

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  52. Stacey

    Stacey Abrams acknowledges that the cards are stacked against some groups, but provides hope and strategy with her story of successfully building her path to leader ship. She also shares her mistakes with refreshing honesty. She advocates for staying true to yourself while also learning to play the game to get ahead.

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  53. LZ

    If you have high ambitions and want an inspiring guide this is the book for you.If you like Stacey Abrahms, this is her writing so this is a book for you.If you like biographies this is a book for you.If you want to read about how to be a strong leader (whether you are in a minority group or not) this is a book for you.There is nothing wrong with her book, but you may not get as much value out of it if you are not as interested in being very ambitious or leading.

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  54. Dione L. Bailey

    I’m writing this review before the book has even arrived because I started reading it through the NYPL app. I had put off reading this book for a while because I had apprehensions and bias notions about reading anything written by a politician…The description however, kept calling me to the book so I decided to give it a try through the library first.I wasn’t too impressed with the intro, but something told me to keep going…So thankful I did. I had to “return” the book to the library before I was finished reading it, so I only made it up to chapter 5, but from what I read, it spoke to every part of me. All of the questions I’ve been struggling with as a black woman about self worth in the work place, networking, mentors, student loan repayments…She covered it all. My review can’t do the book justice, but I will say, whether I had finished reading the book in the library or not, I knew I needed to purchase it, because this book is highlighter worthy!

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  55. Debbie

    Quick read and and easy read.

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  56. D Williams

    This book speaks so many positive things! What a great, great read. So empowering and worthwhile. I have found so many nuggets to use. I have underlined so much in this book that speaks to me personally. She gets straight to the point. No long drawn out historical review of her life. She gives the reader just enough about her past then moves quickly to where she is now. Her determination is inspiring to me and others. I would definitely recommend this book to EVERYONE!

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  57. Yvette King

    This is a great read as it’s so relatable. Ms. Abrams descriptions of her stumbling blocks and determination to Get Back Up/Keep Pressing On; resonate with everyday struggles of so many. I would Definitely recommend this book.

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  58. Thelma Lewis

    A must have. The book was able to answer a lot of questions. This woman is excellent.

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  59. Harriett Dennison

    This book helps me understand what some of the issues are in our present political climate

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  60. Bee

    Awesome read. Very humble public figure. A good read for anyone who wants to be a great leader but feels like a small fish in a big pond.

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  61. JB

    Great collection of lessons for emerging leaders, with an emphasis on minorities. Abrams is honest and relatable as she recounts experiences that helped shape her path. She offers sage advise and reminders that serve to empower future leaders.

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  62. Joyful

    Everyone needs to know about Stacey Abrams. What an intelligent lady. She is definitely a leader and not a follower. Everyone should read this book.

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  63. Pamala W. Gambrell

    I absolutely loved this book and can’t wait to read more of Ms. Abrams’ books. I have long been in awe of Ms. Abrams and was pleasantly shocked and inspired by just how relatable she is. The advice in this book is invaluable and should be read by anyone seeking to be a better leader. Kudos Ms. Abrams!

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  64. Silent Witness

    I am a white American citizen. Voter suppression turns my stomach and the atrocities and injustices that have occurred in our county, the USA, are shameful in our country’s history, and at present. Early 2020, I googled “history of Voter suppression in America” and am so very glad I found a reference to this book. I ordered it, read it cover to cover. Twice. It is so tragic that our “democracy” is still not a true democracy. Where is the accountability for this outcome? Abrams research and intelligent discussion of the history of methods used to suppress the vote in our country is very depressing. Yet Abrams is not depressed, or a victim; she is a very positive, brilliant and tireless leader who has dedicated her life to empowering others to recognize and fight against the egregious intimidation and suppression of voters in our country. I cannot thank her enough for taking the time to record these shameful histories. Voter suppression must first be identified, acknowledged, and prevented if we are to be a democracy. I would like now to know more about 1) the penalties for voter suppression and 2) accountability of those who are guilty. I pray for a better America where every voter is engaged, informed, empowered and able to vote. And where leaders AND citizens support those efforts, rather than thwart them.

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  65. Joy A.

    Highly anticipated book! A must read for everyone who is interested in knowing how politics work at the grassroots. Well written and thoughtful. My book club has selected this book to be one of the books we read this year.

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  66. BD

    It was a good story overall but in many instances, she is quick to accept the status quo way of things. Like one piece of advice is to do unpaid internships and turn them into paid positions due to your hard labor…which is great but not everyone is in a position to do unpaid internships & even if you are an asset, it can be hard for nonprofits to find funding. I guess ultimately I expected more.

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  67. Brooklynborn Diva

    Thank you Stacey for all that you’ve done & plan to do. I stand with you ?💚💚💚

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  68. SHELLY

    Love how she was honest and open about her successes and failures. She’s definitely someone with great leadership attributes and I have great expectations from her in the future. Looking forward for a lot more from her.

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  69. Cathy

    Being a black female with big dreams, this book changed my life. Stacey is such an eloquent writer and she gives incredible advice and exercises you can do to further your path, goals and trajectory. I am beyond grateful to have stumbled upon this gem.

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  70. Suz

    After learning so much from reading this book, I use it as a work-life workbook. It is excellent and I have multiple copies for gifting.

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  71. Cheryl L. Harms

    I saw her on Colbert and bought the book because she was impressive. I enjoyed reading it. She has such an organized mind; it boggles mine. Georgia lost out big time with that terrible election but her book tells me she has just begun to figure out how to fix the election problems. We will all benefit from her next moves in every state. I am a 72 year old white lady and I plan to be voting for her in 2028. She has a plan and I certainly want to help her get there.

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  72. Kathleen

    Review is not related to the content of the book, but rather the condition. I prefer my new books to look new and not have the covers creased and bent and the spines dented and damaged. This was the condition prior to shipping.Excellent book!

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  73. LaLa

    Didn’t realize my purchase was used. Apparently, purchased from a school library. Book still in excellent condition, after I peeled off the school’s information.

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  74. Lauriloo

    This audio book is excellent. I’ve gotten so much from it! Stacey generously shares her lessons learned in hopes of diversifying the positions of power. Something the U.S. desperately needs She stays so positive about some difficult first hand challenges she has faced due to racism. For perspective, I am white. I learned a lot from the audio and kindle books. I appreciate her attitude and her courage and her desire to share with many other very good information. I will get a copy for my son and daughter too!

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  75. pnd

    Wanted to learn more about Stacy following seeing her on “The View”. Enjoyed reading about her upbringing and her determination to make a positive impact for all.

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  76. marina

    I purchased this book to get know Stacey Abrams. What I can say after reading a few chapters,I adore her thus far!! she is very relatable, Real, and super smart. This book is very inspiring for my life. I’m still reading but was so excited to write a review!! Thank you for this book Stacey!! Blessings

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  77. Kim Bey

    An accomplished writer has to be an accomplished reader and it appears that is the case here. I am looking forward to some of her other novels.

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  78. Lare Dean

    This is an amazing look at what it takes to lead. Abrams shows how and why obstacles can be defeated. The best part is she looks at personal fears and doubts we all have. A good read for anyone that aspires to political or business leadership roles. The title is a double meaning, because Abrams herself is a minority that has tackled leadership and was also a successful leader of the Minority Party in the Georgia legislature. i have read the entire book and now ready to run for election as city mayor, inspiring!

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  79. eleanor

    I ordered three from amazon for presents,

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  80. Molly B. Mckay

    I caught a tv interview of Stacey Abrams and thought ‘Wow! she is awesome!’ I read a lot of biographies of people I admire and Stacey weaves her personal story into the chapters but the book’s focus is practical, creative, interesting ways to determine your objective and then achieve it! Fantastic book for anyone looking to live a more inspired and powerful life and savvy can do book for business or political success – loved it and can’t wait to support her in whatever she does next!! And I need to pick up her novels and check that out next

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