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It’s time we talked about what power looks like for women, and how we claim our right to power—specifically a new feminine form of power. For centuries, we’ve told men’s stories, and we’ve told stories about masculine power. That power looks like power over other people, like strength, coercion, domination, and defeat. Women have fought for years to do all the things that men have done, Elizabeth Lesser writes—to vote, to lead, to have sex, to lead universities and companies and societies, to have babies, to leave the house, to leave marriages. But it’s time to move into a new form and vision of power. Here’s what it might look like.
Bestselling author Whitney Johnson explains how the theory of disruption applies to personal development, team-building, and transitioning to parenthood. When do you let disruption work for your life—in a good way?
Cultivating Adult Female Friendships — Episode #083 With Co-Host Cary Fortin (The Friendship Series)
If you are working parent, chances are that career and family dominate your time and attention. So how do you make time to build new female friendships? Co-host Cary Fortin and I discuss how to foster existing relationships, start new ones and decide when it’s time to call it quits on a friendship that isn’t working anymore.
Leaning Into the Power of Sisterhood, Personal Leadership, and How Sharing Changes Shame — Episode #069 With Nisha Moodley
Nisha Moodley came to understand the power of sisterhood by accident. Since then, Nisha’s work has come to focus on the power of women in groups.
As women have experienced an ‘expansion of options’ in terms of marriage and family, there are a growing number of single ladies. Less than 50% of American women are married and women are increasingly opting to have children outside of marriage. Where will this increasing age of change lead us in the future?