Ahhhh, the Apprentice has indeed learned from her master and is becoming quite the self-promoter.
Ivanka Trump, the 27 year-old daughter of real estate mogul Donald Trump has taken full advantage of all her assets; being born into the lucky gene pool, access to money, power and players and now she’s out with a new book.
In, "The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life," the younger (and better looking) Trump writes about what she has learned from her privileged upbringing and offers advise to young women on how to focus at work, negotiate with conviction and passion and how to thrive in uncertainty.
Throughout the 241-page book, Trump serves up what she calls, ‘Bulletins from my BlackBerry." These bulletins are from a group of successful and well-known people she admires including hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, Arianna Huffington the cofounder and editor of the Huffington Post; Chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels, Jonathan Tisch; Cathie Black, president of Hearst magazines; and Chris DeWolfe, cofounder of MySpace.