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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Women
  • Language:English
  • Pages:260
  • eBook ISBN:9780983636588

Until Brazil

by Bethe Lee Moulton

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Until Brazil is a story of risk and potential reward, delivering a cultural feast, business intrigue, an intimate portrait of transformation and an unexpected love story.
A woman MBA in a stalled career, a troubled Brazilian company, and a fledgling consulting team far from Boston headquarters inhabit this compelling tale of cultural contrasts, business intrigue, and personal transformation. Those who join protagonist Beth Bartlett as she yoyos between Boston and Brazil will share the inner conflicts that challenge hidden assumptions and cause her to question the meaning of “the good life.” A fast-paced plot carries readers from roadside slums to smoke-filled boardrooms, from Boston Ballet to bossa nova, from Rolex-clad haves to barefoot have-nots. Along the way, Ivy League consultants, demanding shareholders, baffling Brazilians, and a street-smart Argentine reveal an insider’s view of international business and strategy formulation. Then, amidst this journey of self-discovery, a surprising love story unfolds. As her two worlds collide, Beth’s strategic choices reshape her client and her career, her love and her life. Beth’s transformation and its costs echo the personal drama faced when one ventures far from home in search of opportunity or growth, making this story as timely and relevant as it is entertaining.
About the author
Bethe Lee Moulton has worked as an international strategist in 30 countries on five continents. She holds several academic degrees including a Harvard MBA, but her most valued teachers are the diverse people she has come to know around the world. She has a special interest in how globalization affects individuals and their bonds to family and friends. Bethe divides her time between Boston (MA), Buenos Aires (Argentina), and Boca Raton (FL) with her far-flung family and friends who span four generations, multiple cultures, and diverse worldviews.