For Marion, failure was not an option. First for WomenIn 1984, battling cancer, watching her marriage disintegrate, and raising two young sons, Marion Luna Brem had to find a way to support herself and pay off her $500,000 in medical bills. So she started knocking on doors, looking for a job Once desperate now she s in control. USA TodayOne of those doors belonged to a Texas car dealer who looked at Marion and declared, I ve been thinking of hiring a broad. Today, this broad owns two car dealerships, an ad agency, and a stake in a local bank and credits her achievement to the nurturing of the seven qualities shared by successful women. Now, in this practical, inspiring book, she explains how these natural gifts resiliency, passion, nurturing, intuition, creativity, self-value, and sensitivity give women a special edge in the business world. Even better, she reveals how we too can develop those qualities to achieve financial independence, professional fulfillment, and personal joy and discover the freedom to shape our dreams."
Marion Luna Brem, the president and CEO of Love Chrysler, has been named one of Avon's Women of Enterprise (1999), cited in Working Woman magazine's "Top 500 Women-Owned Businesses" (1998), and has appeared in Hispanic Business magazine's "100 Most Influential Hispanics" (1999). She has been profiled in USA Today, The Washington Post, Reader's Digest, Women First, and countless local, regional, and national business and specialty publications. A long-time cancer survivor, Brem is active in national support groups and civic organizations.