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"Just when you think you are done, you are really only beginning."  I might have botched this quote I saw on a card, but you get the idea. And you probably noted the new Take The Lead logo on my photo.     Today, I'm writing to tell you about Take The Lead and invite you to join me...
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"I raise this question because today I experienced the disorienting juxtaposition of Equal Pay Day with the retro notion that women's growing economic power makes us want to be dominated during sex. Equal Pay Day marks the day in April when women wear red to signify we're in the red, earning but 77...
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Bella Abzug
As second wave feminism gathered peak velocity forty years ago, the late bombastic and behatted Congresswoman (D-NY) Bella Abzug persuaded Congress to designate August 26th as Women’s Equality Day. It recognized the 19th Amendment to the Constitution that in 1920 gave all U.S. women the right to...
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Margaret Sanger
  I can think of no better example of visionary leadership than Margaret Sanger.  Her entire life is a shining example of the power of visionary thinking, which is the reason her legacy lives on today. The following is a discussion of 9 leadership lessons I have learned from studying the life...
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Remember studying Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in high school? Did you go around warning your friends to "Beware the Ides of March!"  like I did?  Fortunately, I have lots of good news this March 15. There are at least 9 Ways I might get to see you at a book reading or...
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I poured out my feelings about the Tucson tragedy here. Since then, understandably, we've heard many pleas for civility in public discourse. A civility institute has even been established. These are needed and important. But for democracy to survive and thrive, we must learn to practice nonviolent...
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Read my article, Why Women are Fed Up, on The Daily Beast! Please comment and let me know what you think. http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2010-10-29/midterm-elections-angry-progressive-women-must-vote/
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I am pleased to announce that I’ll be a guest on Book Talk Radio, Wednesday, October 27, at 8pm EST. If you have not yet joined Progressive Book Club, please do so now and get a free copy of No Excuses! http://gloriafeldt.com/2010/10/free-copies-of-no-excuses-from-progressive-book-club/
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My new book, No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power, will be officially published on October 5, but I'm wildly excited to tell you--it's available for pre-order right now. No Excuses took 18 months to write, but a lifetime of experience in life and leadership. I had planned...
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http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/23144398/ "Kathleen Turner tells all in new memoir"  By Bob Considine, Today Show writer   Photos of Kathleen Turner from her films, etc. http://www.kathleen-turner.com/photos.php   
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These all come from the SYR U-blog on GloriaFeldt.com. Thank you everyone; your support and feedback is appreciated!  Paul Wyatt: "Loved the book. It was a fun, informative and uplifting read. The bit of controversy seemed like a crock and I merely considered the source. I highly recommend SYR...
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Send Yourself Roses U-blog @Gloria Feldt.com
Have you ever sent yourself roses, actual or metaphorical? Then scroll down to the bottom of the page linked at the end of this post, click on "Create New Post", and share your story with us! Share a life story, your thoughts on love, or even comment on what you thought of "Send...
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