Where #MeToo Came from, and Where It’s Going

Where #MeToo Came from, and Where It’s Going

This article originally appeared here on March 24, 2019 From experience, women often assume that any opposition to power will produce retaliation followed by retrenchment: not only that any progress made will be clawed back, but that those pushing for it will ...

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Arianna Huffington: Talk to Your Children About Your Struggles. It Allows Them to Understand Failure as a Stepping Stone to Success

Arianna Huffington: Talk to Your Children About Your Struggles. It Allows Them to Understand Failure as a Stepping Stone to Success

This article originally appeared here It hasn’t all been glamorous, public moments for media mogul Arianna Huffington. There have been plenty of messy, painful, private moments. And her daughters, Christina, 27, and Isabella, 24, have had a front row seat to...

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Freedom to Make Mistakes

Freedom to Make Mistakes

This article was originally published here. Gandhi said, “Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.” Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. Step out. Fly. Even if you get burned, you can fall back to earth and start ag...

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7 Brave Steps to Become Fearless

7 Brave Steps to Become Fearless

This article was originally published here on April 20, 2018 Growing up on a farm in rural Australia, I spent countless hours riding the wild brumbies (horses) that came from the rugged Snowy Mountains. Or should I say, learning how not to fall off. Along the ...

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How to be Brave, According to 8 Insanely Courageous Women.

How to be Brave, According to 8 Insanely Courageous Women.

This article was originally published here on March 25, 2016 1-Caroline Paul: Embrace Your OtherEmotions Back when I flew paragliders, I would stand on a cliff with the wing laid on the ground, shuffling my emotions around. A little fear? Of course. But a...

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Why Women Need to Stop Being Perfect and Start Being Brave

Why Women Need to Stop Being Perfect and Start Being Brave

This article was originally published here February 6, 2019 Reshma Saujani, the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, is working to close the gender gap in technology with her non-profit. The bestselling author is out with a new book, “Brave, Not Perfect,&#...

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From Powerless to Empowered

From Powerless to Empowered

This article was originally published here April 30th, 2018 I was a textbook career woman. A senior executive with one of the largest retailers, my hours were long and the travel was constant. My job satisfaction was deteriorating and my personal life was taki...

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