How to Juggle Women Without Getting Killed or Going Broke

Then look no further, this is the guide for you. Stefan Feller shows the way to finding women, keeping them happy and affording it. This time-saving method is a must for the hot hunk on the go.

Author: Stefan Feller

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781497633728

Category: Humor

Page: 109

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You’re a stud with a busy schedule, you’ve got lovely Linda, sassy Sue and tantalizing Tina all demanding that you show them some TLC, but how can you choose which lucky lady deserves your manly presence? Men, you don’t have to. HOW TO JUGGLE WOMEN WITHOUT GETTING KILLED OR GOING BROKE is the essential dating guide for guys who refuse to settle for the monotony of having just one girlfriend. Having problems meeting girls, making your money stretch to meet all their demands or scheduling your life to include all the women of your choice? Then look no further, this is the guide for you. Stefan Feller shows the way to finding women, keeping them happy and affording it. This time-saving method is a must for the hot hunk on the go. It’s a big world out there, boys, with so many women and so little time. Why disappoint them?

Innovating Women

One of the most difficult decisions high-powered women need to make is how to juggle family and other concerns while building a career.

Author: Vivek Wadhwa

Publisher: Diversion Books

ISBN: 9781626813830

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 250

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"[A]? ?solid contribution to the growing popular literature on the subject."—PUBLISHERS WEEKLY From one of Time Magazine's "Forty Most Influential Minds in Technology” comes an essential collection of candid, first-hand accounts of women in technology. Women in technology are on the rise in both power and numbers, and now it's more important than ever to not lose that momentum, to "lean in" and close the gender gap. Although they make up half of the population, only 14% of engineers in the United States are women. They take the seeds of technological advancement and build something life-changing, potentially life-saving. The future of technology depends on the full and active participation of women and men working together, and it is vital that women are both educated and encouraged to go into the tech sectors. Hailed by Foreign Policy Magazine as a “Top 100 Global Thinker,” professor, researcher, and entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa, alongside award-winning journalist Farai Chideya, set out to collect anecdotes and essays from global leaders, sharing how their experiences in innovative industries frame the future of entrepreneurship. With interviews and essays from hundreds of women in STEM fields, including Anousheh Ansari the first female private sector space explorer, former Google[X] VP and current CTO of the USA Megan Smith, Ory Okolloh of the Omidyar Network, venture capitalist Heidi Roizen and CEO of Nanobiosym Dr. Anita Goel, MD, PhD, Innovating Women offers perspectives on the challenges that women face, the strategies that they employ in the workplace, and how an organization can succeed or fail in its attempts to support the career advancement of women.

Challenging Women

This view was reinforced by many other women who had community development experience in not-for-profit organizations, including juggling social and ...

Author: Su Maddock

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781849206747

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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This book offers a radical reassessment of organizational forces for change and barriers encountered by the `challenging women' - senior women managers faced with the task of transforming their organizations. Much has been written about women at work, the `glass ceiling' and discriminatory employment practices. This study is seminal in the linkage it makes between gender, innovation and organizational transformation. The book highlights the implications of this for all types of organizations and women managers everywhere.

The Psychology of Women at Work Obstacles and the identity juggle

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Author: Michele Antoinette Paludi


ISBN: 0275996816

Category: Women

Page: 564

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According to the U.S. Department of Labor, women made up 46.4 percent of the civilian labor force in 2005, and that percentage is expected to reach 47 percent by 2014. Professional and health-related occupations are the fastest-growing roles for women, with computer-related, environmental, and educational fields also drawing increasingly on the female workforce. The bottom line at a macro level is that, more and more, women are driving the country's economic development. But with that phenomenon come questions, challenges, and concerns, on many diverse levels. Debates rage on psychological topics such as the effect the increasing number of women at work has on marriage and divorce, family and children, women's identities and stress levels and, overall, their physical and mental health. Psychologist Michele A. Paludi and her team of experts from across fields examine all aspects of women at work - the pros and cons, how it is changing American society, its women, their relationships, partners, and children.

Engendering Psychology

Women and Gender Revisited Florence Denmark, Vita Carulli Rabinowitz, ... The dilemma for women is how to juggle these activities, a feat even more onerous ...

Author: Florence Denmark

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781317348672

Category: Social Science

Page: 608

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Engendering Psychology's treatment of issues is based solidly on scientific evidence and presented in a balanced manner. The text combines a developmental and topical approach. Denmark, Rabinowitz, and Sechzer explore the concept of gender as a social construction across the lines of race, ethnicity, class, age, and sexual orientation, pulling from the exciting new scholarship that has emerged over the last few years. Thoughtful discussion questions emphasize critical thinking skills, as well as encourage students to open a dialogue with both their professors and their peers. This text will help readers understand the concept of gender as a social construct in contrast to the concept of sex, which denotes biological differences. Upon completing this text, readers will have a deeper understanding of women and the knowledge that "woman" is a diverse and multifaceted category.

Assembling Women

Higher levels of turnover allowed employers to juggle women's maternity leave more effectively than low levels , since employers could safely hire a ...

Author: Teri L. Caraway

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801473659

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 208

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Despite the massive influx of women into the labor force as a result of globalization, the gender inqualities at work have remained largely unchanged. This book addresses two related questions: What has prompted the feminization of manufacturing work in developing countries, and why has it failed to significantly erode gender inequalities at work? Teri L. Caraway offers case studies and in-depth analysis of employment changes in Indonesia combined with cross-national data to show that the feminization of the workplace produced by industrialization policies has reconfigured and reproduced, rather than overturned, gender divisions of labor at work. Caraway challenges the conventional wisdom that export-oriented industrialization and women's cheap labor are the driving forces behind feminization. Instead, she argues, the answers can be found in weak unions and current social practice. Caraway employs information about a wide range of industries--capital-intensive, male-dominated, non-export firms as well as female-dominated, labor-intensive, export-oriented industries--in arriving at her conclusions. Her findings will prove discouraging to anyone who hopes that globalization has become a positive force in improving the lives of women workers. Caraway's multilevel methodology for analyzing changes in gendered patterns of employment and her introduction of "gendered discourses of work" as a major explanatory variable will make Assembling Women a valuable resource for women's studies scholars, development economists, political scientists, and sociologists as well as all with an interest in Southeast Asian Studies and labor and industrial relations.

New Silhouettes of African Women

Global discourse on Africa largely fails to recognize the important and transformative roles of women working in professional careers.

Author: Joanna Dobson


ISBN: OCLC:726853039

Category: Home

Page: 109

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Global discourse on Africa largely fails to recognize the important and transformative roles of women working in professional careers. This thesis uses life history and ethnography to document the lives of women in Botswana who are juggling paid employment and raising children. The culturally-specific ways in which they negotiate work and home-based roles have much to contribute to larger understandings of women, work, and motherhood. I argue that a new faction of Botswana's middle class is emerging among women in Gaborone. The women in this case study exemplify this new group. Members of this class are characterized by their tertiary education and full-time careers that are driven by these women's aspirations and personal goals. This thesis charts their path to their current middle-class status. The roles of motherhood and heading a household are sources of empowerment and remain key elements of the hybrid identities of Botswana women working careers in Gaborone.

Women Leading Justice

My male colleagues are happy to not serve in these capacities, so it falls on the senior female faculty members to do this work. I juggle my marriage, kids, ...

Author: Elaine Gunnison

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315407326

Category: Social Science

Page: 16

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The women’s movement and increasing social consciousness regarding gender disparity and discrimination has helped to make gains over the past several decades to reduce gender disparity for women in the workplace. However, gender discrimination and disparity continue to exist. Women continue to receive lower wages, and fewer opportunities for promotion and professional advancement – and this is particularly true in male dominated professions such as criminal justice. Building on original qualitative data, this book explores the experiences of female criminal justice professionals who have risen to the top of their professional ladders. The book includes first-hand narrative accounts of high ranking successful professional women working across a range of fields such as policing, courts, corrections, victim and restorative justice services and criminal justice research agencies in the United States and Canada. This book highlights the barriers that successful female criminal justice professionals have to overcome to obtain their positions, and identifies key themes that these women see as having allowed them to break through those barriers and to navigate their professional environments. This book provides students interested in entering the criminal justice field – and working professionals already in the field – with knowledge about women who have risen through the ranks and up the professional ladder to break through the glass and the brass ceilings of their profession.

British Women Short Story Writers

... a blessing in comparison to her previous attempts to juggle children and work; a point which reflects Hochschild's claim that 'women more often juggle ...

Author: Emma Young

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9781474401395

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 216

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Essays tracing the evolving relationship between British women writers and the short story genre from the late Nineteenth Century to the present day.

A Blessing Women of Color Teaming Up to Lead Empower and Thrive

What are the extra stressors faced by women of color at work, who juggle numerous obligations inside and outside of the office? She has recognized that some ...

Author: Bonita Stewart

Publisher: Bookclick 360 Wordeee

ISBN: 9781946274465

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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A Blessing presents a fresh, bold analysis of African American female leadership. An unapologetic look at our often-overlooked role in America’s social, political, psychological and economic history, it is armed with data that should be empowering for today’s “unicorns.” The book offers a “playbook” to help Black unicorns “team up” and find innovative ways to support one another as they climb, what research shows, are lonely, stressful, jagged yet ultimately rewarding ladders of opportunity.

Not for women only

Why are women still juggling more roles than men ? Why is it supposed to be almost a virtue ? No one tells you the other side – that if you have all those ...



ISBN: MINN:30000010508269

Category: Women


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I took the time to learn as much as possible, I even learned how to juggle, women that is, because now not only did I have a woman, and a chick on the side, ...

Author: Hashim Conner

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781467822596

Category: Fiction

Page: 200

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(Kar-ma - The sum of a person’s actions during the successive phases of his or her existence, regarded as determining his or her destiny in future incarnations.) “Karma” it’s all around us affecting our everyday lives, we’re absorbed by it. It’s as real as the air we breathe, and the love we share. Just like the love we feel and the air we breathe it’s going on without being seen. No one is more affected by this than Christopher. After years of sexual escapades, breaking hearts, and in the end ruining good women over and over again, he thought that he had finally found the ONE. There was something different about her, she had a certain realness about herself, she was special. So special in fact that instead of her being head over heels for him like so many others before her, it was the complete opposite. It was she that had him wide open, and in the end it would be him that would have to pick up the pieces of his broken heart, and find a way to go on with his existence.

Woman of Power

First we teach her to juggle branches from flowering trees . In the midst of trying to keep them from dropping a woman may be alarmed when the flowers begin ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105007109155

Category: Feminism


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Being The Other Woman

Who We Are, What Every Woman Should Know and How to Avoid Us Micalle A. Culver ... It made him feel powerful to be in a position to juggle women who would ...

Author: Micalle A. Culver

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1452008000

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 292

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In 2002, Micalle was swept off her feet by a man who spoke rapturous words to her heart, whisked her away to exotic locations, and made her laugh to no end. Like kindred souls, the two connected instantly, leading to a euphoric romance. The catch: He's married. As one promise after another was broken, the storybook love affair began to unravel. Wrought with confusion, Micalle set out to discover how she could have allowed passion to overrule logic and wondered about the likelihood of their situation resulting in happily-ever-after. The other woman, Micalle discovered, walks into an affair blind and leaves wishing she were. Worse, there is hardly a book on the shelf to comfort her, awaken her, or better yet; stop her from making a disaster of her life. Finding little material to glean from, Micalle began asking her own questions. What she found was that her experience wasn't entirely unique. This epitome led to several years of research into the triangle of affairs and who the other woman really is. Being the Other Woman was written to illuminate her path. In sometimes humorous but often painful detail, Micalle gives the raw story of her own affair, countless interviews from women who became mistresses, and research into the psychology of the other woman and the man who cheats. What is really going on in the mind of the mistress? Her lover? His wife? Being the Other Woman will help the reader identify in what type of affair the other woman is involved and provide guidance as to whether or not the husband will really leave his wife, how to make smart relationship decisions, and how to heal from the tremendous pain one is bound to experience either by being the other woman or having one in your life.


... labor and domestic responsibilities , it would hardly be surprising to find that as more and more women juggle , more and more women suffer ill health .

Author: Faye J. Crosby

Publisher: Touchstone

ISBN: 0029069114

Category: Sex discrimination in employment

Page: 269

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Explores the many roles of career women while offering hope that women can be in many roles without scarificing themselves or their families.

The NIH Record

One woman ( who had not yet married or had children ) said she was eager to help her ... how to juggle work AWIS ( American Women in Science , and family .



ISBN: IND:30000103717272

Category: Medicine


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Women Identity and India s Call Centre Industry

Moreover, the perception that Indian women naturally juggle various roles and responsibilities has been previously identified by Mies (1979) as a common ...

Author: J.K. Tina Basi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134016358

Category: Political Science

Page: 232

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This book examines the concept of globalised identities and the way in which agency is exercised over identity construction by women working in India’s transnational call centre industry. Drawing on qualitative empirical data and extensive original fieldwork, the book provides a nuanced analysis of the experiences of Indian women call centre workers and the role of women’s participation in the global labour market. The author uses social, cultural, and historical factors to create a framework for examining the processes of identity construction. Within this framework, the book explores the impact of the call centre labour process on the social landscape of urban centres in India and the way in which this has impacted upon transformations and shifts in society with relation to gendered, sexual, and generational relationships. Highlighting the significance of identity in a globalised world, the author argues that identity acts as one of the most powerful constructs in transforming global ‘scapes’ and flows of culture and economics. This book will be of interest to academics working on South Asia, gender and labour studies and issues of globalization, identity and social change.

Women Count

... corner of the world, women face similar challenges as they juggle work, family, and life. Perhaps the biggest by-product of all that juggling is guilt.

Author: Susan Bulkeley Butler

Publisher: Purdue University Press

ISBN: 9781612490076

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 147

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Throughout history, women have struggled to change the workplace, change government, change society. So what’s next? It’s time for women to change the world! Whether on the job, in politics, or in their community, there has never been a better time for women to make a difference in the world, contends author, mentor, and corporate pioneer Susan Bulkeley Butler in Women Count: A Guide to Changing the World. Through her experience as the first female partner of a major consulting firm and founder of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Institute for the Development of Women Leaders, Butler’s unique insights have changed the lives of countless women. In Women Count, she shows readers how to change the world through a series of inspiring case studies that chronicle how she and other pioneering women in a range of fields have done so in years past. Women represent half of the country’s population, half of the country’s college graduates, and around 50 percent of the country’s workforce. Butler envisions a day when they will also make up their fair share of elected and appointed positions, including in corporate boardrooms. Amid financial meltdowns, wars, and societal struggles, never before has the world so greatly needed the unique abilities of women to lead the way. But as history has shown, to make change, women must step into their power and become “women who count,” Butler contends. Then and only then, she argues, can women truly change the world.