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Dr. Debra Condren

Wouldn’t it be great if you could be audaciously ambitious and happy at the same time? You can, and you will.

From the author:

“I’m here to tell you that all of your priorities—personal and ambitious career goals alike—can fit together harmoniously. I’ll show you how, like thousands of women I’ve worked with over the years, you can make more money, earn the credit and recognition you deserve, have more power, and be as ambitious as you want to be. I’ll show you how you can be ambitchous without compromising your ethics and integrity. I’ll show you that you can feel worthy and entitled to all of this without fear that you risk sacrificing your desire to have a full, happy personal life and without being afraid that you’ll be less of a woman. It’s worked for me. It’s worked for countless ambitchous women I’ve advised. It will work for you.”

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About the Author Dr. Debra Condren

Dr. Debra Condren interviewed 500 women for her bestselling book, Ambition Is Not A Dirty Word: A Woman’s Guide to Earning Her Worth and Achieving Her Dreams. Debra is a business psychologist, career and small business coach, executive coach, and speaker. She founded the Women’s Business Alliance, an organization that has served as a motivational think tank for 3000 women over thirteen years. The U.S. Small Business Administration recognized her work with a “Women In Business Advocate of the Year” award.

Debra offers women fresh, powerful tools for reclaiming our dreams and shows us how all our inviolable priorities–personal and career goals alike–can fit together harmoniously. Of her book, the New York Times wrote, “‘Wouldn’t it be inspiring if you could acknowledge straight up, to yourself and to others, that you have big, precious professional goals?’ Condren urges women to ‘reclaim ambition as a virtue’ and to pry apart the bars of ‘self-imposed traps’ which cause ambitious women to ‘sell themselves short. ‘”

Debra writes a weekly career column for MetroUS published in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. Her advice has also been featured in major media outlets including: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, BusinessWeek, CNN, ABC’s Nightline, Fox National News, and NPR’s Morning Edition. Her client roster includes a diverse list of Fortune 500 companies, and a wide array of entrepreneurs, executives, professionals, and students between the ages of sixteen and sixty. Read more of her career advice at

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