I thought this was interesting. She definitely did a lot in and with her life. Also, I respect how she made her own way and made choices she could live with without compromising her goals. I think this would really be great to girls leaving high school or just starting their careers. It's straightforward and easy to read. She touches on a lot of subjects that are food for thought, but mostly it's the details of her life. She's a tenacious woman, and this book has potential to motivate others to be the strongest versions of themselves. The downside is that she's always so on task about everything that I had trouble with feeling and empathy, but I do respect her focus.