Fly, Butterfly Book Review from @kleffnotes

Fly, Butterfly is a fictional tale with roots set in reality. Focused on Maya Williams, an ambitious, stressed out New York businesswoman, who is stuck on her way up the corporate ladder because of sexist executives, and her choice to make a change. One brief moment will make a world of difference for Maya and shake up her existence.

While at a conference in Hawaii Maya decides to do something that will change her entire career path. When she stays behind on the island she focuses not on work, but on learning how to chill and meet people with her eyes fully open to different experiences and ways of thinking. When she does ultimately return to New York she is a new person and decides that she will transform her company to create a new sort of utopia. This one will help to create happy, healthy, and productive citizens. We follow Maya on her journey to transform not just herself, but her career.

Day hopes to help her readers raise the standards on how we are treated both at work and in our daily lives. She believes that everyone is on this earth to live a joyful life and that by ignoring the boxes that keep us limited in our thinking that we can reach what we previously thought was impossible. If you are looking for a way to remove the toxicity from your workplace or to embrace and promote feminine values in your work culture this is a book that will benefit you. You can get your copy of Fly, Butterfly today.

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