As a newly graduated student from UC Berkeley, the tough economy has made the job-hunting process very difficult. In last four years in school, I spent most of my time on the major education, but very little in my career planning towards the post-graduate. So when it comes to the time of participating the professional world, I had a lot of anxiousness and doubts. After reading Elizabeth's book, I found that there are a lot of great concepts and ideas that could deeply benefits me for my future career. A lot of the live examples that were used in the book are very interesting, and I could imagine myself be in the same situation. I particularly appreciate the idea of "always look two steps ahead". Many of my classmates felt a sense of unfairness when their boss took the credits, but Elizabeth's book taught me that our role within in the organization is actually to make our boss successful. I appreciate this idea because it set my mind in a different altitude, and I believe this will set a higher starting point for my future career. If you want to build a successful career, this book is a must-read!