Act Three: Create the life you want after your first career and full-time motherhood

Act Three: Create the life you want after your first career and full-time motherhood

by Julie Shifman

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BN ID: 2940015610482
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group, LLC
Publication date: 09/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 1,075,024
File size: 8 MB

About the Author

Julie Shifman started her career as a ballet dancer, leaving ballet to go to law school. After a successful career as a lawyer in New York City and Cincinnati, she reinvented herself again in 2000, establishing Shifman & Associates, a nonprofit business-consulting firm. In 2008, as her own children were leaving the nest, Julie founded Act Three, a company that helps women across the country attain an exciting next stage of life.

In 2010, Julie launched her popular inspirational women’s event called “Imagine . . . Then Do It!” She is now a sought-after inspirational speaker for women’s events and workshops around the country and is a certified coach. She is a recipient of the prestigious Athena award by Cincy magazine and was named as a “Woman to Watch” by the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Julie has been married to her husband for twenty-seven years, is the mother of four sons, and is actively involved in the Cincinnati community. She is currently a board member of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Talbert House and the Cincinnati Ballet Company.

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Act Three: Create the Life You Want After Your First Career and Full-Time Motherhood 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NicciH More than 1 year ago
I was a little disappointed with the book.  It did give some great advise about having your third career after the kids are all grown up  and you find yourself with time on your hands, what do you do? Some of the advise was excellent such as how to write your goals and  lists and remove the excuses.   But I didn't find the women's stories very relatable to mine and I am sure many other women's situations:  Single parent families with  little or no income coming in.  There were a couple of the stories that were there but the majority of the women had really great high  paying and influential jobs and their husbands also had high paying jobs,the women could afford to leave their positions and risk not  having any income for a while. Perhaps the advise of starting in very small steps is workable for single moms.  That is something I will be finding out personally.