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It’s always a treat to hear from readers — readers of this blog and readers of my books. This recent note from Alicia was a special treat. She wrote that she had purchased Do-Over: How Women Are Reinventing Their Lives last summer and listened to the audiobook three times! Three times, I wondered, why? Here’s […]
After the emotional overdrive of Hillary’s nomination last week, I’ve been wondering what Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986) would think – and feel, and say. One hundred years after the pioneering modern artist got her first group exhibit in New York City, O’Keeffe would likely be saying, “It’s about time.” Popularly recognized today as the […]
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986) was notoriously private about her artmaking. “I can never bear to have people around me when I’m working,” she told The New Yorker, “or to let anybody see what I’m doing or say anything about it until it’s finished.” She was never eager to say much about her aesthetic ideas, […]
As a coach, I serve as the privileged witness to so many remarkable women who are ambitious to build the life of their dreams. They are consciously crafting their lives with love, attention, and imagination. They are committing to a life of clarity, meaning, and accomplishment. We are all hungry for that life, and you […]
Thanks to everyone who sent enthusiastic feedback about my most recent blogpost, How to Change the World in 2016. And thanks for these additions to the list: Register and vote. Ask an elderly woman what she’s learned in her years. Stop under estimating your potential. Take more risks. Ask an elderly woman how she met, […]
The new year isn’t only about improving ourselves. It’s about improving the world. (After all, remember, a rising tide lifts all boats.) There are so many little, everyday ways that we can each help to level the playing field for women and girls. Here are just a few of them: 1. Stop commenting on how […]