Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses

Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses

Get inspired by the women who discovered that working with your best friend can be the secret to professional success--and maybe even the future of business--from the co-founders of the website Of a Kind. "Read this, then plot your own work-wife-driven empire."--Glamour When Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur met in college in 2002, they bonded instantly. Fast-forward to 2010, w Get inspired by the women who discovered that working with your best friend can be the secret to professional suc...

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Title:Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses
Author:Erica Cerulo
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1524796778
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:208 pages pages

Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses Reviews

  • paige
    Mar 09, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

  • Donna
    Jun 18, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

  • Tina
    Apr 14, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

  • Diana
    Apr 05, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

  • Michelle
    Jun 15, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Alison
    Apr 04, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Emily
    Apr 24, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

  • Niki
    Apr 03, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

  • Amy
    Jul 17, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

  • Erica
    Jan 28, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

  • Haley Direnzo
    Jul 26, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

  • Shmanders
    Apr 10, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Autumn Kovach
    Apr 04, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

  • Katie
    May 01, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

  • Deera
    May 31, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

  • Rosamund Feeney
    Jun 24, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Jessa Franco
    Jul 28, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

  • Kayla Hollatz
    May 29, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

  • Divya
    Jan 17, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

  • Ann Friedman
    May 14, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Gisela
    Mar 18, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

  • Nay Keppler
    Jun 08, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

  • Brittany
    Aug 11, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Monique Smith
    Mar 29, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Leilani
    Nov 05, 2018

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

  • Christine
    Mar 05, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

  • RaeAnna Rekemeyer
    Apr 12, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

  • Katie Dubielak
    May 05, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

  • Erin Ahmed
    Mar 30, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...

    Whether you're starting a business or work in an entirely unrelated field, this novel celebrates the unique excellence of female friendship and its power. It's a conversational and engaging collection of stories and insights. Honest, funny, sincere. "Two enthusiastic thumbs up." --Trav...

    While I don't work with a business partner, this book was a really interesting look at how two (or more) business partners can grow influential companies together. I enjoyed the variety of perspectives that were highlighted in the book but the organization could have been improved a bi...

    I loved this book!! I loved getting the behind-the-scenes look at starting and running a business, and I really appreciated that they were real about tough issues like raising money and hiring/firing employees. Super inspiring and motivating to read about successful work wives - makes ...

    Absolutely loved this. Each topic is presented in a way that's entertaining and digestible, making the book an incredibly quick read, but never sacrificing the substance. So rarely are subjects like how and when to fight, or even how to discuss finances, presented in a way that's direc...

    I enjoyed the concept of this book and definitely learned some interesting things. But I felt the focus on all these different business pairs and teams was too much and I wish it would have just focused on a select few. I felt like I didn't really have a true sense who any of them were...

    I really enjoyed this. I went in hoping for stories about work wives who had compelled each other through their careers. I didn?t realized the book would focus so much on entrepreneurs, but I still found it enjoyable and I learned a lot. ...

    To my favorite work wives, Amie and Megan! I couldn't have done it without you. ...

    Picked this up as a joke to show my work wife and then started reading. Super interesting and inspiring! ...

    I?m not sure if I was the auduence. I was hoping for a lesbian novel. Oh well. Good strategy guide. Thoughtful and interesting. A bit dry ...

    Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the cofounders of Of a Kind. They use their experience as work wives to write about the ways female duos and trios are changing leadership and the workplace. For the better in my opinion. Read my full review at: https://onthebl.org/2019/04/27/workwif...

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  • Barbara
    Mar 05, 2019

    I feel like this was written for entrepreneurs, which I am not. But I do work in a male dominated field, and all my work friends were male until a little over a year ago, when my boss put a new member of our team next to me to train. She is the same age as me, has the same values a...

    i am a career librarian so ive had at least 800 work wives over the past 10 years yet i could not relate to this book at all. ...

    This book has a fun title, but it is not a cutesy book filled with solely fluffy quotes and nothing else. Instead, this is a game-changer for your career if you?re a woman! The premise is supported by research - find someone that can help aid you in your career. Research finds 71% of...

    This book pleasantly surprised me! It was far more substantive than most women empowerment/business books that I?ve read. The authors present a strong argument for why it?s both an excellent and a lucrative idea for female friends to go into business together. They interviewed many...

    I adore this book! I speak a bit more about it as well as share some favorite quotes here: https://giselasbooked.com/2019/03/19/... ...

    In a world where corporate America was not built for women leaders, Work Wife, part primer, part playbook, is indeed a strident call to actively grasp the reins and understand how to build an empire with your closest female friend(s). Work-wife, written by Erica Cerulo and Claire Ma...

    A gift from my own Work Wife, this book has great anecdotes about building lasting work friendships in a male dominated world. I really enjoyed hearing how these women, ranging from lawyers and business women to athletes and designers, developed their own successful careers with the pa...

    It's hard not to pick this book up. I have been following Erica and Claire for a long while now and have purchased quite a number from Of a Kind and still, to this day, loved every single one of them. This book feels almost impossible to not read. It's too good to pass up; this chan...

    I think I loved the concept a little more than reading the actual book. They had some examples of work wives of companies I knew - maybe if it was more of an interview style for different industries, I might have been more engaged. It was interesting to hear about their trial and error...

    This is a book about the leveraging the power of female friendships into strong entrepreneurial partnerships. Filled with examples, quotes and stories of multiple female founders, this book addresses the gamut of topics from finances to children and the underlying theme is pretty rah-r...

    Work Wife is the ultimate love letter to female driven businesses. Some of the suggestions and stories seem a bit inaccessible for people in the working class, of people or color. However, the book does a good job of speaking to the audience which will benefit from it most. Erica and...

    This is a great book that I highly recommend. It was a ?I?m reading this to the end nonstop book??following the stories of a well chosen and highly diverse group of female friends/partners was fascinating. There were many thoughtful points made that are relevant for startups wh...