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We’re not talking enough about women leaders—and I aim to change that.
I wrote a post recently about the ONE thing we share most universally—regardless of our race, country, language, political or religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation or work experience—but RARELY talk about.
That one thing is this: most of us came into this world through a vagina.
Sure, it was a tongue-in-cheek piece of writing, but it’s also a symbol of our times—and can be directly correlated with why we don’t talk frequently and openly about our lack of women leaders in this world—specifically the United States of America.
How is that a “superpower”? All is not well. This is not okay.
I don’t know about you, but I’m keen on understanding how I’ve helped to bury this important headline. If it takes a village, this country is mine.
Come a little closer, my friend. Because I’m talking about it…
Whenever I get stuck and don’t know what to do, my hands start to itch and twitch…like they’re hungry. My hands want to paint rocks or knit or organize a closet. They want to tear into a cookbook and make a meal we’ve never had. They want to build cairns …Read More
Would you recognize yourself if you overheard people describing you in detail? I didn’t. And it was mortifying for so many reasons: How could I know myself really well, but not recognize myself at all? How could I be so visible to others and yet be invisible to myself? How …Read More
Sometimes I forget to breathe. Which is embarrassing because I know better. I know I don’t have to remember to breathe—my body will that for me. But still…I feel like I forget a lot. You know what I mean, right? There are those moments I realize my breath is shallow …Read More
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