Christine campaigned for Governor in Arizona, following her motto to ‘stop talking about it and just do it’. Her can-do attitude, and ability to rise to excellence despite any obstacles in her way, is what makes her an outlier.
(PRWEB) August 29, 2014
The Outlier Series announced the short eBook with exclusive interview content from Christine Jones, is now available on Amazon. The eBook is the first to be released profiling one of the exceptional women featured in the series’ upcoming book, Ingredients of Outliers: Women Game Changers. The title of the first mini eBook is Ingredients of Outliers: Woman Game Changer Christine Jones. Jones recently campaigned to become Arizona's next Governor, and was formerly an executive at GoDaddy.
Jones was chosen as an outlier featured in the mini eBook and the Outlier Series’ third book because of her motto to “stop talking about it and just do it,” as well as her dedication to serving her community and country. Prior to becoming an official gubernatorial candidate, Jones worked as the General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, and Executive Vice President of GoDaddy, where she made significant strides in influencing public policy. Jones made it her priority to fight for a better, safer online experience for users, particularly children. The short eBook features extended exclusive interview content unique from the book about what it’s like to be a women in the workplace, as well as her background, and advice to others aspiring in her field.
The remaining five 25-30 page short eBooks with extended interviews from the women featured in Ingredients of Outliers: Women Game Changers are scheduled to release in the summer of 2014. Other women profiled include former Iowa state Supreme Court Chief Justice, Marsha Ternus; Oprah’s Book Club author, Jane Hamilton; Founder of Midwest Glaucoma Center, P.C., Dr. Mildred M. G. Olivier; former star of the WEtv series Raising Sextuplets, Jenny McClendon; and Sharon Gynup an author, editor, freelance environmental journalist, and photographer.
“Christine campaigned for Governor in Arizona, following her motto to ‘stop talking about it and just do it’. Her can-do attitude, and ability to rise to excellence despite any obstacles in her way, is what makes her an outlier,” said author, entrepreneur, and emergency medicine physician, John Shufeldt.
In the future, short eBooks featuring individuals profiled in the Outliers Series will be created for each book. Content will include extended interviews on individual outliers, along with action and resource guides for those aspiring to enter their related career field. The option to buy the full book will also be available on http://www.ingredientsofoutliers.com.
About Author John Shufeldt:
As well as being a practicing physician and lawyer, Shufeldt is an experienced pilot and a business entrepreneur. He is the owner of the telemedicine company MeMD, UrgentRad.com, UcinMSO.org, and FindUrgentCare.com among other health and non healthcare businesses. He teaches regularly at Arizona State University to master’s level business and law students and is on the Phoenix SWAT team.
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About the Outlier Series:
After the publication of Ingredients of Outliers and Ingredients of Young Outliers, the third book in the Outlier Series, Ingredients of Outliers: Women Game Changers, will be followed by at least 12 other books over the course of 2014-2015. The books are intended for students, college graduates and anyone interested in entering or furthering their career. The goal of the series is to offer books specific to sought-after career fields with insider information and recommended channels for pursuing that career from experts in each respective profession.
The career fields featured in the Outlier Series will include but are not limited to:
Medicine, Education, Writing & Journalism, Health, Sports, Entrepreneurism & Business, Music,Science, Arts & Entertainment, Technology, and Service to Mankind & Humanity.