How to Be a Boss B*tch
Christine Quinn — 2022
Christine Quinn, the breakout star of Netflix's hit Selling Sunset, shows how women's constant need to apologize holds them back, offering her own story and advice to help them overcome this habit and get what they want Part manifesto, part tell-all, Christine Quinn's How to Be a Boss Bitch brings readers all the details of her journey from high school dropout and Texas bartender to self-made millionaire, entrepreneur, and reality TV star. Quinn has been called everything from "the most-talked-about woman on TV" to "the villain 2020 needed." When competitive colleagues, ex-boyfriends, or cast mates call her a bitch, she says thank you. She doesn't apologize for any of the qualities that got her the success she has today: tenacity, outspoken confidence, and fearless authenticity, all while dressed in full glam and Balenciaga. When Christine talks about not apologizing she is not proposing that you treat others poorly or dismissively, but rather to stop wasting time feeling bad for youthful mistakes, for ambition, or for demanding that your partner steps up and does their fair share. It is this apologizing, she argues, that holds us back, and once we confront it and learn to acknowledge and then sidestep it, we can truly become the boss bitches that we are meant to be.