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Incorporates another afterword by the writer • “Butcher’s present for lighting up substantial issues through regular human stories is the thing that makes this book so fundamental for any individual who needs to be both a pioneer at work and a completely connected with parent at home.”— Arianna Huffington
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At the point when Anne-Marie Slaughter acknowledged her fantasy work as the primary female chief of strategy arranging at the U.S. State Department in 2009, she was certain she could juggle the requests of her position in Washington, D.C., with the obligations of her family life in rural New Jersey. Her significant other and two youthful children urged her to seek after the employment; she had an enormously steady manager, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; and she had been climbing on a prominent profession track since graduate school. However, then life mediated. Child rearing needs made her settle on a choice to leave the State Department and come back to a scholarly vocation that gave her more opportunity for her family.