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Past the B.S.

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by: Naomi Morgan
Books with a 4 star rating  (17)
Publication Date: February 7, 2019
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 214
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781732706514
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Book Synopsis
Naomi was blessed and fortunate to be able to graduate college in 3 years with no debt and have a full-time job a few months after she graduated. However; nothing would prepare her for the cut throat, conniving atmosphere that she was thrown into once she joined the workforce. She relied on her mentor’s advice, personal experience, and work experiences to get her through, and now she wants to turn her knowledge into a guide for young adults. Naomi states,
“I wish college offered a class on how to finagle the BS in Corporate America. Corporate America was a ball game that I was totally not prepared for. College also forgot to teach us that there are a different set of rules for People. Of. Color when it comes to “Corporate Politics”. “
Past the B.S. aims to give young adults and people of color raw insight to what you might anticipate in the corporate world, along with juicy stories and life lessons learned only through experience from college to Corporate America.
Customer Comments

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Anonymous
Posted: July 22, 2020
Customer comment 0 star rating
author is transphobic trash. Misgendering trans woman on twitter and talking about their genitals. Don’t wast your time reading from a hateful bigot.
Anonymous
Posted: July 22, 2020
Customer comment 1 star rating
author is transphobic trash. Misgendering trans woman on twitter and talking about their genitals. Don’t wast your time reading from a hateful
Kim Koshi
Posted: July 22, 2020
Customer comment 1 star rating
author is transphobic trash. Misgendering trans woman on twitter and talking about their genitals. Don’t wast your time reading from a hateful
Kim Koshi
Posted: July 22, 2020
Customer comment 0 star rating
author is transphobic trash. Misgendering trans woman on twitter and talking about their genitals. Don’t wast your time reading from a hateful
Kim Koshi
Posted: July 22, 2020
Customer comment 0 star rating
author is transphobic tr@sh. Misgendering trans woman on twitter and talking about their genitals. Don’t wast your time reading from a hateful bigot.
Anonymous
Posted: September 29, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
The person the book as one star was upset by a comment made on twitter and never actually read the book.
Not a true statement at all.
Anonymous
Posted: October 1, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book is extremely necessary for anyone who is looking to understand how corporate America works. The book is very personable and sets itself apart from any other books that are similar. GREAT READ!!
Anonymous
Posted: October 1, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book is an extremely good read. It is very personable compared to any other book that is similar!! Relatable context and necessary for individuals who would like to understand more about the ins and outs of corporate America. Great Job!
Anonymous
Posted: October 1, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
I loved this book because I could relate to the author's struggle through college and the transition from college into the real world. As a recent college grad, it felt good to read about someone's else experience and helped me to prepare myself going into the workforce. I would highly recommend current college students and recent grads read this book, it provides you with the first-hand experience of the transition from college to the real world.
Anonymous
Posted: October 1, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
I loved this book because I could relate to the author's struggle through college and the transition from college into the real world. As a recent college grad, it felt good to read about someone's else experience and helped me to prepare myself going into the workforce. I would highly recommend current college students and recent grads read this book, it provides you with the first-hand experience of the transition from college to the real world.

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