Blog 22-Girls & Women, Who Were Great But Late…

“What makes talent bloom? Ask what makes a tree blossom. They are the same. It is not unfathomable. It only takes concentration. Concentration of energies is what makes a tree flower. Not bigger, not faster, not taking up more space. Rather, less space. Density. Pressure in hard places. Often, in the dark. Relentlessly. Freely. For […]

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Blog 21-Moms, There Are 11-Common Facts, Traits And Habits To Build A Successful Family!

Psychology research facts has found 11-common factors that can predict successful parenting. These are common factors successful families have. I also want to mention that there are many successful parents who: Come from the working class Are clever but uneducated Invest a lot of time and love into their families I believe that this article […]

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Blog 20-Great Women Who Overcame Major Personal Obstacles!

Do you ever feel like things are stacked against you? Consider how many girls and women succeeded despite the odds. Ask yourself which helps more — having advantages or learning to overcome adversity? Have you ever noticed how many extremely successful girls and women had problems beyond what most of us face? Many successful girls […]

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Blog 19-The 12-Women Who Changed The World!

Throughout history and across cultures, women and girls have faced innumerable challenges and injustices.  These are 12 great women who overcame adversity, broke through barriers and in doing so, changed the world. 1. Susan B. Anthony Susan B. Anthony was raised in a Quaker family with deep roots in activism and social justice and became an advocate for […]

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Blog 18-The People Who Shaped and Mentored The CEO!

I feel very blessed and fortunate that my mother invested money in my mental health. Since I was a young girl I was reading self-help books. I was open-minded and searching to find mentors to better myself.  I had two children by the age of 18 and three by the age of 26. I cut […]

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Blog 16-The Importance of Mentors for Girls and Young Women

At staff meetings, we often begin the meeting with an icebreaker led by a staff member or volunteer. At a recent staff meeting, the icebreaker facilitator asked us to reflect on a person in our lives who had made a difference and share with the group who that person was and how they had impacted […]

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