“Well behaved women seldom make history.”
– Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
“How wrong is it for a woman to expect the man to build the world she wants, rather than to create it herself?”
― Anaïs Nin
What would you do differently or how might you be different if no one had ever told you what it means to be a girl, a woman, or a leader?
How might the world be different if there had been more female doctors, lawyers, scientists, philosophers, priests, leaders and politicians throughout history?
What might happen if we stopped looking to men for the answers to life’s biggest questions and instead listened to centuries of (much quieter and harder to find) female voices?
These are some of the questions Robin Thinks hopes to answer!
Everywhere you look, we are surrounded by inspiration and advice from men, which tends to drown out the voices of women. Please enjoy (and share!) these bits of wisdom from women.
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