The allure of Southern women is undeniable. Men are captivated by them, other women are mystified. Even the South's most treacherous enemy, General William Sherman, fell victim to the fluttery charms of a Georgia belle and loved her to the end of his life. So, what does a Southern woman have that other women do not possess?
Simply put, Southern belles survive in a man's world while wrapped in a pouf of flowery femininity and gracious manners. In fact, Southern women often over-emphasize their femininity and use it as one of their most successful tools in business and life.
What Southern Women Know is the business book for women who want to be successful without sacrificing their femininity, good manners, and family-centered traditions and life-style.
©2000 Ronda Rich (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"A born-and-bred Steel Magnolia reveals her secrets for success, and, frankly my dear, 'Scarlett O'Hara couldn't have said it better.'" (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
"Reading her book is like watching a hilarious episode of the sitcom Designing Women." (The Tennessean, Nashville)
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"Yankee in Mississippi Loved it!"
I really enjoyed listening to this in the writer's own voice. A very amusing presentation and I also learned a lot.
"Not As Good as Reading It"
The book is wonderful! Funny and useful and so true!
But Ronda Rich is a terrible narrator! She is fairly monotone and her voice is high pitched and annoying to listen to. Also, she slurs words rather than enunciating! For example, "strength" is "strenth." I am used to (and LOVE) Southern accents, but Rich's accent is a country Southern and it's terrible.
"Southern charm yes; materialism no"
I agreed and enjoyed about the first few chapters. As southern women, we do have a certa in charm...it's care, compassion, faith, family values, strong ethics! Not CEO husband hunting and manipulating (because yes using that charm to get something out of it is still manipulating). While I don't agree with half of what she says half way thru, the humor is not lost on me! :) and I really didn't like the comments of looking down on others for not wearing makeup....while i love my trips to sephora, southern women are beautiful sans mascara! So, 'bless her heart' for thinking otherwise! ;)
Delta Burke, Martina mcbride, the brown haired southern girl from the cast of hart of Dixie!
"Laughed so Hard!!"
Genuine, hilarious and informative.
Reminders of my childhood.
The accent! Loved hearing a real southern accent instead of a fake one.
The concept of gentle persuasion instead of argument.
This book has helped me with something I've struggled with forever. Im Brooklyn NY born & bred with the buried deep heart of a Southern Belle. I didn't know how to combine the 2, & knew there had to be a way because I couldn't rid my Bklyn verve but couldn't make it work in a lady like way. Yes! I am a lady & want that to show. Thx Rhonda💝 Lisa Mc*
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