What I Know Now About Success Letters from Extraordinary Women to Their Younger Selves

What if you received a letter from your future self with a recipe for success? In the same manner of the New York Times bestseller What I Know Now and If I’d Known Then comes
a new collection of letters to inspire and ignite the ambitions of women everywhere. Editor Ellyn Spragins asked dozens of extraordinary women to draft letters to their younger selves; women who, despite their current success, once needed guidance to fulfill their own personal dreams and desires.

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IF I’D KNOWN THENWomen in Their 20s and 30s Write Letters To Their Younger Selves

If you could send a letter back in time to your younger self, what would it say? Following in the tradition of the bestselling compendium What I Know Now™ comes a new collection that will speak directly to young women. Editor Ellyn Spragins asked women under forty to write letters to the girls they once were, filled with the advice and wisdom they wish they’d possessed when they were younger.

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WHAT I KNOW NOW™Letters To My Younger Self®

“We don’t always have the wisdom we require at the time we need it. We struggle. We worry. Often, only later do our choices make sense to us,” says Ellyn Spragins in WHAT I KNOW NOW: Letters To My Younger Self® (Broadway Books; April 2006) The book contains letters from forty-one famous women reflecting on significant moments in their lives and sharing the advice they wish they had known at that time.

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