The professional world is a difficult and complex place. It's my goal to give readers the tools they need to get out of their own way - with some humor, maybe a little guilt, and, of course, direct advice, just like a good Jewish mother!
Portsmouth, NH (PRWEB) January 10, 2012
Ruth Mott, an experienced and sought-after executive coach, has released her new book, "I Love You—Now Get Over Yourself: 7 Secrets for Professional Success from The Jewish Mother Executive Coach."
"The professional world is a difficult and complex place, said Mott. "In this book, it's my goal to give readers the tools they need to get out of their own way so they can be successful - with some humor, maybe a little guilt, and, of course, direct advice, just like a good Jewish mother!"
The book, written under the mantle of The Jewish Mother Coach, addresses some of the biggest challenges professionals face and provides solutions necessary for success in the workplace and beyond. It is based on Mott's work as an executive coach for individuals all over the world, using her humorous and very direct approach.
"I Love You—Now Get Over Yourself" addresses what it means to make a lasting impression on other business professionals, while at the same time communicating with purpose and fluidity. It features examples and testimonials from some of Mott’s most successful clients on what it means to apply her instruction in a business setting. Mott's entertaining writing style paired with her valuable content and advice make this book a must-read for anyone in a professional setting.
Mott is the president of Mott Coaching, an executive coaching and leadership development consulting firm helping executives and other professionals make the tough decisions they need to succeed. Her experience includes 15 years as an executive in the healthcare industry, four years as a public television administrator, producer and director and eight years as a consultant.
”My multifaceted background has significantly contributed to my abilities and success as an executive coach,” Mott said. “More than anything, my experience has taught me exactly what people need to hear to be successful!"
To learn more about Ruth’s book, visit http://www.TheJewishMotherCoach.com. Review copies are available, and the author is available for interviews. The book is available for purchase at http://thejewishmothercoach.com/blog/buyruthsbook/.