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The Why Behind My Books, and Study Great Careers – for Free

Screen Shot 2015-09-13 at 10.18.47 AMI frequently get asked about my career moves.  While I’m flattered, I’ve already explored a lot of them through my books.  I’ll lay down which aspect of my career in my books I explored below, so others can check out which particular aspect they’re interested in, and I can forward this post to those who ask in general.

The Medical Science Liaison: An A to Z Guide – still the first book out there on the Medical Science Liaison, which MDs, PhDs, and PharmDs can go for – it’s still one of the best jobs I ever had.  If you like drug information and autonomy, but a little business thrown in there too, this is a fantastic job.

The Life Science Lawyer – For all those MDs, PhDs and PharmD science geeks who think they want to go to law school, this is a good one for you.  Law School: A Few Short and Plain Statements walks you through what law school does to one’s brain, through a series of blog posts into an ebook.

Indianapolis: A Young Professional’s Guide, first and second editions – this is for the young professionals moving into Indy post college.  And, it will help with all the ancillary stuff in a good life – like philanthropy training, leadership training, and connecting to our fair city in meaningful ways.

Single. Women. Entrepreneurs. – I’m a single woman entrepreneur, and being a single woman is the only category of marital status where women start more businesses than men.  Why?  That’s what I wanted to unearth in this book.

Plan C: The Full-Time Employee and Part-Time Entrepreneur – this is for those of us who want to start a business, but also realize that we went to school for a looooong time, and also want to work within a profession.  It doesn’t have to be all one way or the other. It can be both.  This book explores the spectrum.

The New Pharmacist: 46 Doses of Advice – helps to kick off a pharmacy career the right way – the guide I wish I had when I first started out in pharmacy a few…eh hem…decades ago.  It also discusses grad school.

Multipationals – whether or not we think it is a good thing or not, many of us have multiple jobs and gigs these days. This book explores why those of us with multiple jobs juggle this, and better yet – what the benefits are of having multiple gigs.

STEM Princess 1 & 2 (presale) - Just want to give girls a handshake to STEM careers at an early age.  I can’t teach them everything they need to know about bioinformatics, neuroscience or computer programming, but I can get them introduced.

And with the 5+ books that students have written at Butler University, along with the BU Well project:

(2 in 2016)
The Gifts of Indiana – bicentennial
Max Greene and the Vaccine Team
He Huffed and He Puffed But…A Tale of a Wolf With Asthma
Pharmacy and Me
Prescription to My Younger Self: What I Learned After Pharmacy School

All I want to do is give students a shot at learning how to lead through writing.  That’s it.

That’s the “why” behind all of my writing projects, or mentoring of writing projects.

Now, instead of spending your hard earned money on reading all this stuff after purchasing it – do me and yourself a favor. REQUEST THESE BOOKS TO BE PURCHASED FROM YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY! Seriously, I do it all the time myself with books I want to read–I hit the bookstore, take my smartphone, take photos of the new books I want to read, then request the library buy them.  Figure out how you can request your library to purchase books, and get them to foot the payment instead of you.  That way, the ideas are available to a wider audience, and your wallet doesn’t take the hit!

Hope this helps.

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