This book attempts to mix show business memoir with career advice book, and it comes off better as the former than the latter. It's a perfectly nice book but don't let the title or the bits of the description that treat it as a how-to to fool you into thinking it will be useful.
Most of the advice is the incredibly basic sort that's only appropriate for people who are new to the job market, like be on time for interviews and shower first. I was hoping that Leifer, as a woman in a largely male dominated field, would also put more depth into advice specifically for women regarding how society's perception of gender roles can create extra workplace challenges for them. Alas, her thoughts there are pretty much limited to the find-a-way-to-make-it-help-you level.
A pleasant read but far less valuable for practical information than I was led to believe by the marketing.