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International Women’s Day 2017 | Thank You

On Wednesday, March 8th, we celebrate the strength and power of women everywhere—and face the work that is yet to be done.

We can only do that work together. Let’s recognize our achievements, thank the people who helped us along the way, and keep on working.


How to Share:

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International Women’s Day 2017 | Thank You

On Wednesday, March 8th, we celebrate the strength and power of women everywhere—and face the work that is yet to be done.

We can only do that work together. Let’s recognize our achievements, thank the people who helped us along the way, and keep on working.


How to Share:

1. Right-click on the image (or use this download link) to save it.

2. Attach the image to a personal email

  OR post it to your Facebook timeline and tag the ladies in your life you’d like to thank

  OR copy the URL and share however you like!


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International Women’s Day 2017 | Thank You

On Wednesday, March 8th, we celebrate the strength and power of women everywhere—and face the work that is yet to be done.

We can only do that work together. Let’s recognize our achievements, thank the people who helped us along the way, and keep on working.


How to Share:

1. Right-click on the image (or use this download link) to save it.

2. Attach the image to a personal email

  OR post it to your Facebook timeline and tag the ladies in your life you’d like to thank

  OR copy the URL and share however you like!


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International Women’s Day 2017 | Thank You

On Wednesday, March 8th, we celebrate the strength and power of women everywhere—and face the work that is yet to be done.

We can only do that work together. Let’s recognize our achievements, thank the people who helped us along the way, and keep on working.


How to Share:

1. Right-click on the image (or use this download link) to save it.

2. Attach the image to a personal email

  OR post it to your Facebook timeline and tag the ladies in your life you’d like to thank

  OR copy the URL and share however you like!


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Mindy Kaling on Her First Job, Worst Job and Being the Boss

Mindy KalingDuring a summer of inordinate hot air (from the election cycle as well as the heat outside), Mindy Kaling’s down-to-earthiness is a welcome cool breeze. When asked about being brave, one of the only women to create, produce, write and star in her own network series—and the only one to put her name in the show’s title—is quick to contextualize her courage. “Have I been brave?” Kaling asks. “I’m not sure—I hope so. Bravery to me takes its form in women like Gabrielle Giffords and Malala Yousafzai. I have learned so much from them.”

Here, Kaling, whose book Why Not Me? comes out in paperback next month, took a break from working on Season 5 of The Mindy Project (premieres October 4 on Hulu) to talk about the work lessons she has learned along her path. Read More

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Mallika Chopra on the Power of Asking Yourself Questions

Mallika ChopraWhen life feels out of balance or lacking in meaning, Mallika Chopra advises asking yourself the two questions her father taught her to ask: Who am I? And what do I want? “It’s the first step toward reconnecting with your authentic self and trusting your intuition,” says Chopra, author of Living with Intent.  “This is what I call the incubation phase.” Read More

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Gloria Steinem’s 100 Words of Inspiration

Steinem, GloriaDon’t tell Gloria Steinem that part of the reason for the pay gap is that women don’t negotiate. “That’s utter bulls***,” says the activist and author most recently of My Life on the Road. “It’s true that we should insist more than we do. But the reason we don’t insist is because inequality has been normalized.” Rather than blaming ourselves, we should be blaming the system—and sharing salary information and strategizing together, she adds.

Feeling stirred to create change? Here, Steinem’s words of encouragement to help you take on the pay gap, another cause important to you or an enduring dream: Read More

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Addicted to Busy: Your Blueprint for Burnout Prevention (Free Teleclass)

Davis-Lack, PaulaAddicted to Busy: Your Blueprint for Burnout Prevention
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
10:00-10:30am PST

Eventbrite - Addicted to Busy: Your Blueprint for Burnout Prevention, with Paula Davis-Laack

Are you addicted to busy? Burnout is one of the fast growing professional obstacles people face, and it’s hitting high-achieving women hard. In this informative 30-minute session, Paula Davis-Laack, a stress and resiliency expert, will explore what burnout is, what causes it, and the warning signs you need to look out for. Participants will come away with a “Burnout Prevention Blueprint” and specific strategies that will help them build their resilience to stress, so they can thrive both personally and professionally. Read More

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Control Your Financial Future: A Step-by-Step Guide

stock women with tabletBy Mary Beth Suhr, Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Money on your mind? You’re not alone. Americans think more about money on a daily basis than about anything else, including their health and fitness or their loved ones, according to GoBankingRates’ “2015 Life + Money Survey.” Never being able to retire was a common worry for more than one in seven survey respondents. Read More

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Exclusive Offer from Good Morning America’s Tory Johnson

Tory-Johnson-book-220x300Tory Johnson lived for nearly 40 years believing that if only she could lose weight everything would be perfect—only to discover that life doesn’t work that way. She finally did what had always been impossible: She lost 62 pounds in a year, and more since then. But rainbows and unicorns never appeared.

While she’s incredibly proud of her ongoing weight loss journey—a gigantic reward itself—it took several subsequent personal and professional hard hits to accept that lasting happiness, joy and fulfillment couldn’t be defined by a number on the scale or the size of a dress. Realizing she had a lot more work to do, Tory set out to transform herself on the inside as she had done on the outside.

Now in Shift for Good, Tory takes readers on a journey of personal discovery—with continued emphasis on weight loss and far beyond. She shares the remarkable impact that simple changes have made personally and professionally. Whether you want to re-engage at work, strengthen relationships, improve your health or find daily joy in all you do, Tory shows you how to shift for good, too.

EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Preorder Shift for Good today and receive an immediate excerpt, free custom journal, bracelet and mini mantra hand tattoos. Additionally, for you as a Conference for Women newsletter subscriber, when you submit your proof of purchase at www.toryjohnson.com/shiftforgood this week, Tory will mail you a set of 6 smart, fun custom magnets to inspire your shift, along with other Shift-inspired treats.

READ MORE FROM THIS MONTH’S NEWSLETTER

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Courage Training for Civilians
9 Ways the US Women’s World Cup Win Makes the World a Better Place
‘Be Curious, Be Generous and Bring People Together’

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