What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it.
“Cherie Concannon’s 7 Golden Rules For Any Woman To Succeed In A Male Dominated Environment”
It’s a radical approach for women who want to make it easier for themselves to get to the top of their careers. It outlines exactly how women can influence men in the workplace, get their respect and ultimately dominate them with their permission. Drawing on twenty years of experience in business, Cherie has found that the majority of men feel most comfortable when being dominated in the right way by the right female. A woman who understands this and knows how to implement the 7 Golden Rules will succeed in any male dominated environment.
Tell us something about yourself.
Cherie was born into a farming family in Western Australia. She has been coaching high powered men for over 20 years and is regarded as one of the UK’s leading authorities on corporate progression for high achieving senior executive level men and women. This is Cherie’s debut book.
What inspired you to write this book?
Cherie is on a mission to equip women with the tools they need to exploit their feminine power, to influence the world they inhabit and make things happen in their life, by unlocking their personal potential as women while still retaining their popularity with the men in their working lives.
What do you believe is the hardest part of writing?
The fact that my brain works quicker than I can write/type. I am a natural Orator and, unfortunately, the spoken word does not always easily translate into the written.
Did you learn anything from writing this book? What?
I learnt how poor my spelling and grammar can be. I also learnt how much infomation I have in my head about the subject and how frustrated and impatient I am when trying to transfer it into written form. I learnt how much more effective I am when speaking than writing.
What is the best advice you could give other writers about writing or publishing?
To plan ahead, know your stuff, identify your style and stick with it.
What are you doing to promote your latest book?
PR and seminars.
Where can readers learn more about you and your book?