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New Book “Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last” Helps Women Build Lasting Relationships

Austin Brothers Publishing Releases New Book


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Fort Worth, TX (NewMediaWire) July 22, 2013 – “Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last” by master networker Froswa Booker-Drew shares the author’s experience of building lasting personal and professional relationships with others.  In this recently released book by Austin Brothers Publishing, Booker-Drew explores how many businesswomen and mothers don’t believe they have the time or energy to find and develop new relationships.  “Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last” is a workbook for women who wish to improve and expand their relationships with others, both professionally and personally.
Building on her experience of leading groups of women through journeys of self-discovery and growth, Booker-Drew shares insights into how to make more effective use of their time and effort in order to assemble a stronger network of people around them. Her book details 29 “rules of engagement” for relationship building and an easy-to-follow workbook format.
Booker-Drew writes, “As women, we spend so much time helping others create their stories that we do not take time to reflect on our own stories. We keep moving and moving, failing to see the lessons learned that resulted in our growth. We so often focus on the hurt, that we seldom witness the amount of healing. Those elements are all a part of reflecting and revisiting the story of our lives.”
Booker-Drew continues, “There are no right or wrong answers. But this workbook offers an opportunity to take an inventory of where you have been, where you want to go, and evaluate the gaps that exist between the two. In doing so, you will be more authentic and create more relationships that are transparent and transformational.”
Froswa Booker-Drew has built a diverse network of individuals and organizations around the world and has more than 20 years of experience in leadership development, training, nonprofit management, education, and social services. She currently is employed by an international nonprofit and participated in the documentary, “Friendly Captivity,” a film that followed a cast of seven women from Dallas to India in 2008. Because of this experience, she has dedicated much of her spare time to identifying ways to support organizations that address vulnerable and marginalized youth.



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