When activist Nell Merlino decides something needs to change, she throws everything she has into changing it, whether it is raising the visibility of girls or helping women build their microbusinesses into million-dollar enterprises. Her many campaigns have helped women make dreams come true and STEPPING OUT OF LINE is Merlino's bold manifesto for women to get what they want in their lives. A true force of nature, Merlino doesn't wait for the world to change first--she shows women how to imagine a bigger life: more power, more money, more freedom, more love, and more happiness. Merlino uses her own successes, both public and personal, as a model and tells the stories of other women who have changed their lives by starting businesses, finding mates, working at home, even changing the world. Every change that has allowed women greater freedom today began with one woman making a different choice. What if we all stepped out of line and just stopped waiting?
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by Fern Michaels
by Kristan Higgins
by Jon Laser, Stewart C. Baker, Christoph Weber, Stephen Merlino, K.D. Julicher, Matt Dovey, Julie Frost, Sylvia Anna Hiven, Ryan Row, R.M. Graves, H.L. Fullerton, J.W. Alden
by Susan Jacoby
by Nellie Bly
by Irene Spencer
"Listeners attracted to this audio's snappy title won't be disappointed when they hear the wealth of advice in this outstanding personal-growth resource. Expect resistance and criticism when you try to follow your heart or make a difference in the world, says the author, a warm teacher and lifelong political and social activist. The energy in her writing will awaken possibilities in anyone with dormant aspirations. With a host of life-management tools and empowering stories, she makes a life of engagement sound possible for anyone. Laural Merlington's determined reading doesn't interfere with the author's motivational energy, though she often sounds more hardened than inspirational. When the material requires her to lighten up, the results of her effort sound outside of her comfort range. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"