In this chapter, Hollis urges women to embrace the idea of asking for help, arguing that a willingness to do so is an important behavior that all successful people have. Women have a lot of duties that need their attention, including taking care of their children, domestic duties, and keeping fit — plus attending to their careers or business ventures. Hollis asserts that a woman cannot a combination of these activities alone and remain efficient, and hence a need to delegate some activities — in order to maintain focus — is very much necessary. Hollis goes ahead to castigate the insincerity many successful people, especially celebrities who are occasionally interviewed in the media, when they claim that being organized is the only thing that helps them “do it all”. She further argues that no successful person is truly self-made; they all sought help from others in one way or the other.