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Texas Wisewomen Speak

Let Me Tell You What I've Learned

by PJ Pierce
CJ Critt

Audiobook

In this collection of interviews conducted by author PJ Pierce, 25 high profile Texas women ranging in age from 53 to 93 share the wisdom they have acquired through living unconventional lives. The women represent a cross-section of career paths, ethnic groups and geographic areas of Texas. Their words reveal insights into power, motherhood, career challenges, being a minority, speaking out and writing your own job description. Interviewees include Barbara Jordan, Ann Richards, Jody Conradt, Liz Carpenter and Kay Bailey Hutchison. Questions answered include: "What have you found to be most important about life?" "If you were young and starting out, what would you do differently and what would you do the same?" "What is most important to tell the generations coming behind you?" "What insights have you had since you have gotten older?" and "What excites you about the future?"


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Publisher: Writer's AudioShop
Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781880717868
  • File size: 317298 KB
  • Release date: November 23, 2011
  • Duration: 11:00:02

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781880717868
  • File size: 317298 KB
  • Release date: November 23, 2011
  • Duration: 10:59:58
  • Number of parts: 9

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OverDrive Listen audiobook
MP3 audiobook

Languages

English

In this collection of interviews conducted by author PJ Pierce, 25 high profile Texas women ranging in age from 53 to 93 share the wisdom they have acquired through living unconventional lives. The women represent a cross-section of career paths, ethnic groups and geographic areas of Texas. Their words reveal insights into power, motherhood, career challenges, being a minority, speaking out and writing your own job description. Interviewees include Barbara Jordan, Ann Richards, Jody Conradt, Liz Carpenter and Kay Bailey Hutchison. Questions answered include: "What have you found to be most important about life?" "If you were young and starting out, what would you do differently and what would you do the same?" "What is most important to tell the generations coming behind you?" "What insights have you had since you have gotten older?" and "What excites you about the future?"


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