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New Guidebook Offers Advice for Women Juggling Careers, Family and Everyday Life


CHARLOTTE, N.C. – “We all have many dots to connect,” Ilieva Ilizastigui Ageenko, PhD says of the title of her new guidebook, Connecting My Dots: A Woman’s Leadership Guide for Multidimensional Success (published by AuthorHouse). “For me, connecting my dots means making trade-offs between priorities across the multiple roles I play as a Latina executive in a Fortune 500 company, a mentor, a mother and a woman.”

An inspirational, yet practical guide, Connecting My Dots teaches readers to apply the same leadership skills employed in the workplace to other aspects of life. Ageenko offers sage advice and solutions to the problems facing professional women every day. “One of the main benefits of the book is that established and emerging women leaders will learn how to apply their business leadership skills to their lives,” she writes.

Connecting My Dots identifies “Five Leadership Lessons for Career, Personal and Family Success”:

• Define success on your own terms.
• Don’t wait too long for what you want.
• Find the right partner.
• Play multiple roles.
• Don’t give up during bad times.

The guidebook is available at, and over 1,000 online retailers.

With so many women out there aspiring to “have it all,” Connecting My Dots is an invaluable guide to juggling career, family, social and other demands. Ageenko introduces a Priority Wheel tool to help women define key priorities in their life and set reasonable goals. She also encourages women to seek the counsel of a mentor to develop a surefire success plan for rising to the top in all areas of life.

Ilieva I. Ageenko, PhD is a executiv at Fortune 500 company. Born in Cuba, Ageenko lived in Russia for 10 years before coming to America. Her 25-year career includes many successful leadership and professional achievements. In 2006, Ageenko was the recipient of the Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association (LISTA) National Latino Award in banking. She is actively involved the Women in Information Science and Engineering chapter of the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA WISE). Ageenko has published numerous professional articles and research. Connecting My Dots: A Woman’s Leadership Guide for Multidimensional Success is her first published book.


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