By Dana Perino
From her years because the presidential press secretary to her debates with colleagues on Fox News' The 5, Dana Perino unearths the teachings she's realized that experience guided her via existence, stored her level-headed, and ended in her good fortune, even within the face of adversity.
Thoughtful, inspiring, and infrequently awesome, AND the good news IS . . . strains Dana Perino's not going trip via politics and tv. It's a awesome American story-made up of equivalent components selection and clear-eyed optimism.
From dealing with expert demanding situations and confronting own fears to stepping as much as a podium for a President, Dana has come to anticipate the unforeseen and has an uncanny skill to discover the excellent news in any difficult state of affairs. AND the good news IS . . . takes us from her Western early life in Wyoming and Colorado to an opportunity assembly on an aircraft that alterations her existence solely. Then, with fresh honesty and humor, she recounts her frustration with a string of unsatisfying jobs and dwelling situations until eventually a key occupation tip leads her again to Washington, D.C. to paintings for the Bush Administration.
Dana additionally stocks the following her top paintings and lifestyles lessons-tips to help you to get your element throughout convincingly whereas permitting your personal grace and character to polish via. As anyone who nonetheless believes in operating jointly to unravel the issues our kingdom faces, Dana bargains transparent, useful suggestion on the best way to restoration civility to our own and public conversations. the result's a desirable learn which can support a person develop into extra winning, effective, and joyously content material.
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