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Susan Abrams – Success Rules for Women Reaching Their Career Goals

Listen Here -- Maximize Your Return on Life Podcast -- Susan Abrams – Success Rules for Women Reaching Their Career Goals

Shari interviews real people with real stories who have embraced their core values to make life decisions. We hope that their stories will inspire you to Maximize Your Return on Life.

In this episode, Shari talks with Susan about the 20th anniversary of her book, The New Success Rules for Women: 10 Surefire Strategies for Reaching Your Career Goals. Some of her success rules include: the more relationships you have, the more you can get done, and make the “ask” (for business, clients, experiences, pay and more) so others can help you achieve. She discusses how her values led her to pivot from positions at Goldman Sachs and McKinsey to the nonprofit sector, most recently as CEO of the Illinois Holocaust Museum. Susan is in the process of writing her second book on resilience.

Shari Greco Reiches

Shari co-founded Rappaport Reiches Capital Management with one goal - to maximize the return on life for her clients. Please connect with Shari below. She loves to talk about investing, financial planning, and Barry Manilow.

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