THE INSTANT #1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER!
Find your inspiration in this motivational book from the bestselling author of And the Good News Is… Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side, beloved co-host of Fox News' The Five and America's Newsroom.
Dana Perino is a Fox News anchor, co-host of The Five, an analyst for Fox News election coverage and specials, and the #1 New York Times bestselling author of And the Good News Is...Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side and Let Me Tell You About Jasper. Perino is the former White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, where she was the first Republican woman to hold the job. She served for over seven years in the administration, including at the Department of Justice after the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Perino grew up in the Rocky Mountain West and now lives in Manhattan with her husband, Peter McMahon, and their dog, Jasper.
“You know a book by a trailblazing White House press secretary will be written with unusual clarity. What might surprise you here, though, is the utter absence of spin. Dana Perino is full of relatable stories and authentic advice—reading this is the next best thing to being mentored by her.”—Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of THINK AGAIN and ORIGINALS, and host of the TED podcast WorkLife
“I am an old man and I learned how to be a better father and better boss reading [Dana's] book and a better person reading [Dana's] book. I hope everyone will go get it. And you are welcome to give it as a gift to your daughters and granddaughters and young women in your life, but you want to get a copy for yourself because it will make you better.”—Trey Gowdy, Trey Gowdy Podcast
“Now, let’s be honest: It’s Dana’s own fault that she had to write this book. You see, her last one, And the Good News Is . . . Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side, kicked off a very personal mentoring passion, as she communicated with countless young women in their early 20s who reached out about the almost-overwhelming distress caused by our modern times. Here’s the pitch: If you have a daughter or granddaughter who is this book’s sweet spot, consider getting Everything Will Be Okay. Waddleyaget? A ton of common sense and wisdom: Dana delivers with guidance on topics as managing relationships (colleagues, family, love) . . . being your best self on the job . . . gauging if the chosen career path is the right one . . . how to transition from junior staffer to Da Boss . . . solving problems and finding that oh-so-needed serenity . . . and maybe even figuring how to make your worries the stuff that actually fuels solutions.”—Jack Fowler, National Review
“I had to remind myself this was for women. Because I’m picking up most of this stuff as it goes across lines.”—Brian Kilmeade, Brian Kilmeade Show
“Reading your book is good I think for a man, particularly in leadership, just to have that perspective."—Richard Rierson, Dose of Leadership podcast
“That’s one of the best openings of a book that you’ll ever see. That, by the way, that advice is worth the price of the book just that advice and you got it in the first paragraph.”—Scott Adams, Coffee with Scott Adams
“The book is absolutley incredible and I think everyone needs Dana Perino as a mentor and the book is just that in written form."—Caity McDuffee, Daily Caller
“I love this book. I read it. It’s beautiful. The lessons you give not only apply to young women, older women, senior women, mature women, but some of you men can take a lesson or two.”—Donna Brazille, Fox News Channel
“This book is chock full of good advice.”—Savannah Guthrie, Today Show
“The most important takeaway about this book it’s not just for women. I think it’s important especially if you are in a managerial position in any vocation. A dad. You are managing young women—I think it’s important to read.”—Mitch Roschelle, NoPo Podcast
“Perino’s offering is generous, insightful, and, at just the right times, quite funny. Reading the book felt like listening to the wisdom of someone who genuinely cares about the future of young people.”—Jade Esteban Estrada, San Antonio Sentinel
“If you're seeking career advice, perhaps listen to the woman who became a White House press secretary turned successful Fox News anchor. Dana Perino did young women everywhere a favor by penning a second book about what it takes to fulfill their career dreams.”—Cortney O’Brien, Townhall
“While I agree that Dana’s book offers terrific advice for young women, it offers pretty good tips for the rest of us too. Take it from this old guy, letting go of worry and trusting God is a good starting point for positive change in one’s life.”—John W Kennedy, Beliefnet
“I love your brand new book...I would argue the book is chock-full of stuff that is good for either gender. These are great life lessons. I would encourage you to get copies for every young woman in your life. I will be giving this as graduation presents to everyone. It really is the most practical guide I’ve seen for 20 and 30 somethings really walking through what you need to get control of your career and life and to have joy in all of it.”—Shannon Bream
“Go read [EVERYTHING WILL BE OKAY]. Buy it for your daughters, granddaughters, any young women getting into the work force that you know.”—IHeartMedia/KHOW Ross Kaminsky Show
“I...hope you will share [EVERYTHING WILL BE OKAY] with the young women in your life, so they can learn from this remarkable, successful American. Dana is the perfect example of somebody who has both a private lesson for young ladies and a public life they can learn from and the combination is just amazing. I think that she really exemplifies the potential you have if you believe in yourself and if you are willing to persevere and willing to learn and willing to recognize that sometimes you are going to fall down but you can get back up. In that sense, you have been just a remarkable role model and I’m really so glad you put that in a form that everyone can have access to.”—Newt Gingrich, Newt’s World Podcast
“There is more to Dana than just smarts and talent. She is not just a terrific role model for women and empowerment, but, and here’s the kicker, huge success has never gone to Dana’s head. Not for a minute. At heart she’s a kind and decent and giving person who will go out of her way to help others.”—John Heubusch, Reagan Library
“I recommend [EVERYTHING WILL BE OKAY] for any young woman who is starting out in their career. I also recommend it for mothers of people in that position because it gives you a language to speak to your daughters. I highly recommend this wonderful read. Dana really does curl up with you like with a cup of tea and talk through your plan. Very reassuring at any age.”—Martha MacCallum, Reagan Library
“I love Dana’s books. I love the way she writes. I love that she has optimism and knowledge and draws from her own experiences. She has a way of cutting through real problems and putting things succinctly and giving actual solutions.”—Kennedy, Kennedy Saves The World