April 01, 1999
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts April 1999

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FOR THE BOOKSHELFWhen Money Isn’t Enough: How Women are Finding the Soul of Success by Connie Glaser and Barbara Smalley, Warner Books, New York City, $22
The authors of More Power to You! and Swim With the Dolphins both about how women can succeed in a man’s corporate world conclude that those who have “made it” regret the sacrifices they’ve made for the material trappings of success. Their third book shares accounts of how women who have broken the glass ceiling now are refocusing their priorities on family or personal goals. Couples & Money by Victoria F. Collins with Suzanne B. Brown, Gabriel Publications, Encino, Calif., $13.95
This book, first published in 1990, has been “updated for the new millennium.” In 2000 and beyond, what will change about the power of money to strain relationships and even destroy marriages? Not much. Economic uncertainty will keep stress levels at an all-time high, the author predicts. Among new concerns: With the aging of America, some families face the “triple- squeeze” of helping kids through college, supporting their parents and supporting themselves. Back to Current Issue index | Back to Short Cuts index
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