Preventing young women from making the same perceived mistakes she made in her twenties,Attorney Carlissa Shaw, shares her life experiences and gives sage advice in her new “Twenty Something” – Lessons, Reflections and Survival Tips for your 20’s and Beyond.
Attorney Shaw honestly discusses the pressures of being all things to all people so early in her life; the “superwoman complex” a lot of young women take on and the importance of learning financial literacy at a younger age.
“There are 10 specific items I focus on in the book,”said Shaw. “Some include financial literacy, self-esteem and the importance of goal setting. The workbook will help readers journal and navigate through their own life experiences.”
Additional chapters within the book include:
- Good Girlfriends
- Sinking Ships
- Fashion and Style
“Twenty Something” is targeting women, 25 to 29 year olds who are attempting to figure things out while they are still in their 20’s.
The retail price for the book is $19.99, EBook $4.99 and the workbook is $9.99. To learn more or purchase the book, find it on Amazon or visit the website at www.carlissashaw.com.
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