Here we go, another intense week, and one thing I am understanding is many many people are struggling with the size of the shift the world is going through
International women’s day
I’m always happy to celebrate IWD but I’ve got to tell you, after all these years attending or speaking at the events, with mostly just women in the room, I’m frustrated as hell
You could not purchase any Nestle products because we were protesting the marketing of infant formula in developing countries.
On the 9th of March, and throughout the month, thousands and thousands of women will be giving public speeches, the majority for the very first time.
I had the great privilege to give a short speech at the International Women’s Day 2020 event in Phuket, Thailand. Organized by Phuket Been Good To Us and Good Shepherd, two fantastic charities giving back in so many ways. Inspiring stuff. Thank you to Donna Toon and Tina Hall for asking me to be part
The number one challenge I deal with every time I talk to people about defining their voice for social media, or taking to the stage to share their message, or any work that will boost them into the stratosphere – where they so clearly deserve (and need) to be – is that they do not
I can’t tell you how much it frustrates me that we need to have an International Women’s Day. I mean, us womenfolk are 51 percent of the global population, so why do we need to recognise and celebrate the majority of humanity? Because we do. Because we are out of balance. Because the Yin and