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Find Your Way: Unleash Your Power and Highest Potential

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In Find your Way, you will discover the helpful, proven wisdom and deep care that I have experienced in working alongside Carly. Henry Cloud, best-selling author of Boundaries

A perfect gift for graduates!
No matter where you are in life, you are not yet all you will be . . .

At some point, virtually everyone finds themselves struggling to find their way in life.

Perhaps you're just starting out and haven't yet found your personal or professional path. Maybe you've been plugging away for years, trying to live someone else's dream. Maybe you're outwardly successful but plagued by a nagging, soul-level sense of dissatisfaction.

Carly Fiorina, who started as a secretary and later became the first female CEO of a Fortune 50 company, can help. Drawing on her own remarkable journey, and empirical evidence accumulated over four decades in the workplace, Carly will show you how to

  • choose a path over a plan,
  • use problems to propel yourself and your organization forward,
  • overcome fear and procrastination,
  • make smart decisions, and
  • reclaim your power and use it for good.

Carly Fiorina believes beyond a shadow of a doubt that your potential can be unleashed. In Find Your Way, she shows you the path to getting there.


Carly is a true leader and a seasoned problem€solver. She is a passionate, articulate advocate for entrepreneurship, innovation, and effective leadership. She started out as a secretary for a small real-estate business and eventually became the first woman ever to lead a Fortune 50 company. In 1999, during the worst technology recession in twenty-five years, Carly was recruited to lead HP. As she refocused the company on innovation and market leadership, revenues grew, innovation tripled, growth quadrupled, and HP grew to become the eleventh largest company in the US.