Advice to My Younger Me

Sara Holtz

Smart, talented, ambitious women still don’t face a level playing field when it comes to reaching their full potential in the workplace.

Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons from 100 Successful Women is the guidebook you need to change that.

For over twenty years, award-winning career coach Sara Holtz has been helping women advance in their careers. Since creating her top-rated podcast, Advice to My Younger Me, she has interviewed more than 100 highly accomplished women about the career lessons they’ve learned along the way.

Now, she distills their best mentoring advice into nine specific steps to get you to the top.

Learn how to be the architect of your career, take smart risks, and say no so you can say yes to what matters. Discover the value of being visible, asking for help, and investing in relationships.

Use this clear, concise roadmap to achieve the rewarding career you deserve.

Press & Praise

Lois P. Frankel, PhD, author of Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office

Whether you're at the beginning of your career or thinking about a career change, this book is chock-full of practical tools and tips to assess where you are and where you'd like to go. Sara Holtz knows her stuff and shares it generously in these pages.

J. Kelly Hoey, author of Build Your Dream Network

I'd fly across the country to tap into Sara Holtz's career know-how—and have actually done so! Sara provides clear, practical career advice that is immediately implementable. If you're seeking a career that soars, follow Sara's advice.

Andie Kramer, co-author of Breaking Through Bias and It's Not You, It's the Workplace

This book is like having your own seasoned career coach available at all times. Sara's spot-on advice, with her action-oriented, "you've got this" tone, makes it a must-read for women seeking to create and advance their careers.

Sara Holtz is a Harvard-educated lawyer and former Fortune 500 C-suite executive. When she left the corporate world after twenty years, she vowed to make the workplace a less challenging, more rewarding place for the women who came after her.

Over more than two decades, Sara has gathered advice from hundreds of women at the pinnacle of success—CEOs, tech leaders, media and advertising executives, consultants, journalists, and lawyers—asking them what they wish they had known earlier in their careers. She wrote this book to share that wisdom so the next generation of women can achieve their own career success.

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