The Comeback: How Today’s Moms Reenter the Workplace Successfully

Each year, thousands of women put promising careers on hold, hoping to return to them at a later point. In The Comeback, Cheryl Casone outlines ways to leave well, strategies for staying current while away from the office, and the secrets to making the years away a strength, not a weakness.

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Whether it’s speaking to a group of 100 or 1,000, Cheryl Casone brings an extensive background in business, media, and now publishing to her audiences. Her experience as a television anchor and correspondent gives her the unique ability to adlib on the fly, understand who she is speaking to, and connect with people from the stage.

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You’re Living Longer, What Could Go Wrong?

You’re Living Longer, What Could Go Wrong?

When I was researching my book “The Comeback” I discovered a startling statistic:  the average age of widowhood is 55 years old! Every year I run across data that continues to prove the simple truth that Americans, men and women, are not prepared for their...

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