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CategoryWomen Leading

 

The Stories You Might Have Missed—Or Want Again

Last year, on the underground of London, I saw something that made me stop in my tracks. When the doors opened to Euston station, there it was….the EXACT reason I hold my SheSpeaks women’s storytelling series each year. And then, as quickly as it registered in my brain, the doors …

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What She Said

What if I were to call you a storyteller…how would you respond? Would you agree or would you start Yea-Butting me? Yea, but not a good one. Yea, but it’s not like I’m a REAL storyteller. Yea, but it’s not like I know what I’m doing. Yea, but it’s not …

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The Power Of Women’s Stories

There I was, just minding my business on the northern line of London’s underground on vacation with my family and BOOM—I see it. Validation of everything I had been working toward all these years. As we pull up to the Euston platform, the doors open, revealing this massive, not-to-be-missed sign …

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White Women Cake

For most of my life, I have been accused of being angry. I say “accused” because it very much felt like that. Words like vicious, ruthless, and combative would attach themselves to me, and I accepted them, feeling ashamed, like I was too much for people to handle and therefore …

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Anger Advocacy

I had a fight with my son this morning. It was one of those times in the car that leaves both people fuming with tense jaws, bitten tongues, and cold steely eyes starting straight ahead. It was awful. But that’s not what I’m going to tell you about here because honestly, it’s …

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Life In The Area

This is a repost from something I wrote last year. At the time, I was poised to release my book into the world, and writing this helped me to name what I was feeling. A year later, I find myself returning to my own words in a different context, but …

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Mea Culpa

Did you know I’ve got a new podcast out? Yup! It’s called An Unscripted Woman and it’s available right now via SoundCloud – which means you can subscribe to it through your podcast app on your smart phone. Easy peasy. I started this as an experiment back in July this …

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Undeniable Perspective

I posted this video on my SheChanges Facebook page yesterday as a nod to my mother who celebrated her 77th birthday this week. I am who I am because of her, and yet — as the video below reveals — our stories around moving into motherhood while working in the workplace are …

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Whoopsie

I made a startling realization the other day. One that actually made me say “whoopsie” out loud – and had me kicking myself for letting it happen on my watch. The realization? I had inadvertently made the amount of money I earn the sole measure my worth. Whoopsie. And wtf! I knew better …

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Yes, And…

Earlier this summer I walked into a room at the Kripalu retreat center in the Berkshires and thought, “Oh shit…I don’t belong here.” One look around at the 108 women that had gathered for the REVEAL immersion weekend – an experience curated and led by Meggan Watterson that invited women to …

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