Alexandra's latest business book, Blind Spots, is here!  We're thrilled to report that the book had a fantastic launch, propelled by coverage in nearly 100 media outlets including the New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and Fast Company.  Our party at RockIt Wrigley in Chicago had a great turnout, with lots of great conversation and networking to be had.  And congratulations to Gita Budd, who won the Amazon review contest!

If you haven't yet seen it, here's the scoop on the book:

Don't let blind spots push you off the path to career success - especially in today's pared-down, back-to-basics business world, where the rules have radically changed. In Blind Spots: The 10 Business Myths You Can't Afford to Believe on Your New Path to Success, Alexandra Levit reveals what's different about the post-recession world and dispels popular business and career myths - like "any visibility is good visibility" and "do what you love and the money will follow" - that were never true to begin with.

The job market is more competitive than ever, and you can't afford to waste time. Throw away the myths and learn the timely - and timeless - truths that will send you to the top speedily and safely, making the most of your journey along the way.


Advance Praise for Blind Spots:

"Hard-hitting, honest, and course correcting, and what it really takes to be successful in business today. Highly recommended." 
– Michael Port, bestselling author of
Book Yourself Solid.

"Blind Spots busts success myths and replaces them with time-tested techniques to transform yourself into a twenty-first century winner." 
– Tim Sanders, bestselling author of Today We Are Rich.

"Blind Spots is essential reading for a post-recessionary climate where all the rules have changed and the old ways won't work." 
– Martin Yate, bestselling author of Knock Em Dead.

"Blind Spots shines a bright light on the exact traits that will make you a sought-after addition to any workplace."
– John Jantsch, bestselling author of Duct Tape Marketing.

"Alexandra Levit proves once again that she is a thought leader of our times. Her myth-busting advice is a must-read for anyone working to make it to the top in Corporate America."
– Jodi Glickman, author of Great on the Job.