Carolyn advises people not to believe everything they read.
According to Carolyn, in order to get a raise from her boss Donald Trump she had to ask for one.
Carolyn insists on being called "Ms. Kepcher" during interviews.
She no longer works with the Trump Organization as of August 31, 2006
Carolyn Kepcher recently published a book called "Carolyn 101" in which she describes the ideal "rules" for making it in the business world. Rules that a good boss must follow, a good employee must follow, a good team must follow, as well as practical advice on managing career and family for women.
Carolyn: How I got involved in (The Apprentice) is a very, very long story. Here it is: (Donald Trump) asked and I said yes.
Carolyn: (In response to a comment made about her ultra-conservative attire versus the sexy clothing choices made by the female The Apprentice contestants) Somebody in the boardroom had to wear business attire.
Carolyn: Hey, it's a boardroom and someone will get fired. We're not there to say, 'You did such a good job, let me pat you on the back.' Is there a lot of negativity in there? Well, yeah!
Carolyn: (on her Apprentice fame) To be perfectly honest, I'm a little too wrapped up in my real job right now to actually go out and enjoy it.