Want a Richer Life? Break All the Rules
Renegade entrepreneur — and runaway success story — Christine Comaford-Lynch has lived the kind of life most of us can only deam about. From model to monk to multimillionaire, she does what she wants — and gets things done.
Now, in ten outrageous life lessons, she’ll show you how to make your dreams come true. Your way. Your rules.
Rules for Renegades distills what Christine has learned as she succeeded (and failed) in business, built strong relationships (and some disasters), and evolved spiritually and professionally. If you want to become financially independent, she’ll show you how to do it. If you want to build your confidence and self-esteem, she’ll give you a crash course. If you want a meaningful life full of rich connections, she’ll share her secrets.
Ultimately, she lets you in on the greatest secret of all — how to build a fulfilling life while rocking your career. She has also filled her book with lots of cool free stuff: links to a sample business plan outline, tutorials on sales and marketing techniques, and tools to help you enhance your own power.
You’ll learn the surprising truth behind her most offbeat rules . . .
- Everything’s an illusion, so pick one that’s empowering.
- Rock rejection and finesse failure.
- Learn to love networking.
- Work your money mojo.
Rules for Renegades is not just the story of a remarkable entrepreneur. It’s an amazing approach to life that breaks the rules — and makes life work for you.
Rules for Renegades: How to Make More Money, Rock Your Career, and Revel in Your Individuality
By Christine Comaford-Lynch
Published by McGraw Hill August 2007;$24.95US/$30.95CAN; 978-0-07-148975-1
About the Author
Christine Comaford-Lynch is a five-time CEO and company founder — and all five businesses grew to be either acquired or taken public. She has 20 years’ experience in operational high-tech positions with Microsoft, Lotus, Adobe, and Apple. She has assisted 700 of the Fortune 1000 companies and 300 small businesses in accelerating innovation and has consulted with the White House on tech and small business strategies.