Fun Fearless Females

White, Kate
January 2012
Cosmopolitan;Jan2012, Vol. 252 Issue 1, p14
The article presents the author's views on the breakthrough in thinking, achieved by stepping and refreshing point of view . She comments that the discovery of her Lyme disease teached her to see things from a new perspective. She remarks on the views of Emily Heyward. director of strategy and founding partner of a cutting-edge branding and design consultancy, regarding her thinking in finding a solution for her client.


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