Tuesday Tips from Donna Gary
Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead”
Like many female professionals, I’m always looking for the right advice, self-help book or role model—anything to keep me current, efficient and competitive.
So when Sheryl Sandberg published her ground-breaking book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead,” I bought it with great anticipation. But when I first started reading it, I found myself rolling my eyes, thinking this was just another man-hating rant by a successful woman.
Then, something started happening. The deeper I got into “Lean In”, you could even say, the more I leaned in I realized everything Ms. Sandberg was writing about, everything she advised, and every anecdote she shared were downright empowering. It made me realize why I invented ClientTickler, our all-in-one solution, originally designed for desktops, now available in a Cloud/subscription format for keeping track of tasks, meetings and client management.
It was because I had a need for a product like this in both my professional and personal lives. So why on earth should I wait for someone else to invent it? And if you’re tired of “going with the flow,” maybe it’s time to make the flow go with you. In short: Lean in!
ClientTickler—which includes a calendar, daily to-do list, email alerts and team project management—has been available since its 2011 launch in a desktop format. The new cloud-based version is available by subscription for $15 a month per user. Those who opt for a full year’s subscription may access the product for only $12 per month per user. A 30-day free trial is also available.