If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You

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In the New York Times bestseller If You Have to Cry, Go Outside, media maven Kelly Cutrone spills her secrets for success without selling out. She combines personal and professional stories from her high-profile gigs as Whitney Port and Lauren Conrad’s boss on The Hills, star of Bravo's Kell on Earth, judge on America’s Next Top Model, and CEO/founder of the fashion PR firm People’s Revolution to offer young professional women no-nonsense, brutally honest career advice—and other things their mothers never told them.
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Kelly Cutrone is the CEO and founder of People's Revolution, the New York Times bestselling author of If You Have to Cry, Go Outside, a television personality, and mother to nine-year-old Ava.

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Harper Collins
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Published on
Feb 2, 2010
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Pages
208
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ISBN
9780061986222
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English
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Biography & Autobiography / General
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
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