23rd July 2020 01:15

Many more women are feeling called to express their true voice. To speak up, stand up for what they believe in.

This can bring up fears and vulnerability as well as the opportunity to break old patterns of keeping quiet to avoid conflict and replacing with courage, learning to be with the discomfort of disagreement and growing your resilience.

We need women’s voices at the table, feminine wisdom opening up new pathways and ways of being. We need women reclaiming the basic human right to speak.

Have a listen to what women in Obama’s cabinet did to ensure their voices were heard – now known as The Shine Theory – which ultimately resulted in more women’s voices at the table.

How can you amplify women’s voices in your business and community?

If you’d like to grow your visibility and voice naturally join us for PR with Heart. 

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