How much do I want to read more? 5/10
So in the Introduction, we learn about the author's life, how she came into copywriting after a decade of struggles, and how the "Pick the brain" blog grew and set her on track along the way.
It feels like the author has an "inferiority complex" when comparing women to men. It feels awkward to say which one is stronger, or more intelligent, or more knowledgeable.
Saying women are more than "baby-making machines" is obvious, and thus awkward.
I find it hard to relate to the author so far.
It would be nice if it were more concise and to the point.
CHAPTER ONE: Defining POP (Personality, Opportunity, Productivity)
without a purpose, you’re just busy.