Take Six

Essential Habits to Own Your Destiny, Overcome Challenges, and Optimize Your Potential

Success makes many demands of us. Chief among them, how do we “fit in” enough to maintain important professional relationships while inhabiting our true selves, expressing what makes us unique, and spotlighting the special abilities that differentiate us from everyone else?

With Take Six, Veta T. Richardson empowers young professionals, mid-career executives, aspiring leaders, or anyone at a career crossroads to step into what makes them great, and develop the nerves, confidence, and competence to grow in the direction of their destiny.

Inspired by her own success journey, beginning as an introverted teenager and leading to where she is today as a highly visible, public-facing attorney and nonprofit association CEO, Veta’s wisdom and advice can help you make critical decisions to shape your life with purpose.

Before she even recognized the behaviors that were guiding her, Veta’s habits were consistently putting her in a position to pursue opportunities, build a diverse professional network, and help others reach their goals and achieve success. It wasn’t until later reflection that Veta identified the six habits that have helped her break down barriers and overcome exceptional challenges throughout her career. Forming the foundation of Take Six, Veta’s readers are given the support and advice they need to Take Stock, Take Risk, Take Credit, Take a Hand, Take a Stand, and Take Command.

Wherever you find yourself in your career—whether at the hopeful beginning or “at a crossroads in your established career, with Veta’s book in hand it’s the perfect time to get clear on your priorities, decide where you want to go, and identify what you need to do to get there. If you commit to turning Veta’s six principles into habits, you will be better prepared to achieve your goals and reach your full potential.

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