The allure of Southern women is undeniable. Men are captivated by them, other women are mystified. Even the South's most treacherous enemy, General William Sherman, fell victim to the fluttery charms of a Georgia belle and loved her to the end of his life. So, what does a Southern woman have that other women do not possess?
Simply put, Southern belles survive in a man's world while wrapped in a pouf of flowery femininity and gracious manners. In fact, Southern women often over-emphasize their femininity and use it as one of their most successful tools in business and life.
What Southern Women Know is the business book for women who want to be successful without sacrificing their femininity, good manners, and family-centered traditions and life-style.
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About the Author
Ronda Rich is proud to be a Southern woman. She was a sportswriter for the Gannett newspapers, and won the Associated Press sports writing award in 1984, the first woman to do so. She is now a freelance marketing and public relations consultant and a popular speaker on the unique challenges women face doing business in a man's world.