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Friday Soul Food: Rise

I’ve been meditating on the song Read All About It recently by Emile Sande. We live in a world where women’s voices are rising, but in no way are they rising fast enough, loudly enough or in large enough numbers. We still silence ourselves, and we still silence each other, in a million ways both conscious and unconscious. And it hurts us in ways large and small, like a million tiny paper cuts to our soul that we may not be able to easily articulate but that pain us to our core. ...

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June round up

I often get asked what I’m reading, what I’m listening to, the research I’m looking at, where I’m speaking, what I’m working on, etc etc. And I have been asked a lot recently to share more with you about what I’m up to and behind the scenes looks into my work and life (be careful what you ask for!). So welcome to a brand new type of post that I will do once a month called the monthly round up. I had fun writing it, and I hope you enjoy reading it and find it ...

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Interview: Speaking out with Tara Moss

Learning to use our voice and having the courage to speak out is something that many women struggle with. From the confidence-zapping stories we tell ourselves, to the fear of being criticised by others for saying what we really think, it can often feel safer to stay silent over speaking our truth. But to both honour ourselves and create change, we need to step into our power and use our voice.  So today I want to share with you some powerful words from a woman who is no stranger to speaking ...

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Is your voice being heard?

I’ve been thinking a lot about speaking up recently. I’ve finished co-writing my new book (July release), which is a new conversation on women, leadership and work. It’s been a process, developing new frameworks, debating paradigm shifts with my very clever business partner and best friend Michelle McQuaid, pouring through hundreds of pieces of research, and of course, hours and hours of the beloved writing. It’s an interesting process to find your voice on the page. How ...

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