Bethenny Takes Manhattan
Queen B makes the rounds to promote her book.
Bethenny Frankel was werkin' it this week, hitting a major morning show and a book signing in The Big Apple. The Bethenny Ever After star was pushing the paperback edition of her book, A Place of Yes, on Good Morning America on Wednesday. Later in the evening, B signed books for leagues of adoring fans at the Barnes & Noble at Union Square in Manhattan,
The Bravoleb was spotted in a supercute classic New Yorker's ensemble en route to GMA as she rocked black a quilted coat, skinny jeans, and black rocker-chick boots.
Once she got to the studios, Bethenny changed into a hot pink tank and red skirt, and talked about her metamorphosis from a struggling wannabe entrepreneur to a multiplatform success story living the high life in Tribeca with a husband and beautiful baby girl.
On GMA, Bethenny kept it real (and real simple) about the building blocks for her fab life. "I try to get a good night's sleep," she said. "It doesn't always happen... I work at home, I stay at home... I try to multitask."
And how did she create a unique point of view that made her stand out? "Separating from the pack is having your own identity, knowing what you stand for. Whether it's having your own business idea, like a cocktail that everyone says you'll never get done, you have to do something that separates you from the pack. I just feel like you have to come up with your own ideas, and, like I said, never assume anyone is smarter than you."
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