CNBC's Maria Bartiromo is at it again - sharing her knowledge and passion for business news and life in a new book.
In the book Maria explores how we define success - how do we get it, and how can we keep it?
"Culled from her life story and her experience as a CNBC anchor and host/managing editor of Wall Street Journal Report, for which she's covered the rise and collapse of numerous business titans, financial journalist Maria Bartiromo examines ten attributes that lead to well-rounded success.
From self-knowledge to initiative to integrity, each quality is illuminated by Bartiromo's own candor, wisdom, and optimism, as well as insights from figures like Bill Gates, Sarah Palin, Charles Schwab, Deepak Chopra, Bono and Joe Torre. Using a conversational woman-of-the-people tone, Bartiromo surveys the hills and valleys of her subjects' lives, focusing on the persistent qualities that have kept them in the game. Some of her most powerful stories, however, are her own, illuminating her professional journey as well as her life with husband Jono Steinberg (a business heir with his own struggles), parents and extended family."
Maria's previous book was the best seller Use the News: How to Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy.