Celebrate powerful, one-of-a-kind, bold, unabashed women with Marlene Wagman, Shelly Rachanow Williams, and Rachael Wolff.
Watch the replay from our Fabulous Females Author Panel. It took place on September 1st with special guests Marlene Wagman + Shelly Rachanow Williams- facilitated by Rachael Wolff.
Our September 1st hour focused on Fabulous Females During the Pandemic. More specifically, the Heart Wisdom Panel celebrated powerful, one-of-a-kind, bold, unabashed women! Our lovely authors- likewise- define what it means to be a powerhouse of a woman.
We promise this panel conversation will deliver you positivity, moving stories, a kind of wonderful celebration (courtesy of the powerful women you see here)!!!
*The panel includes*
Marlene Wagman Geller is the author of “Fabulous Female Firsts: Because of Them We Can,” “Still I Rise: The Persistence of Phenomenal Women,” and her newest book, “Unabashed Women: The Fascinating Biographies of Bad Girls, Seductresses, Rebels and One-of-a-Kind Women.” She is a high school English teacher by day and writer by night. Marlene is originally from Toronto and now resides in San Diego.
*** Unabashed Women, by Marlene, is a thrilling journey into the badass women whose lives have left their DNA on history: https://www.amazon.com/Unabashed-Women-Seductresses-One-Kind/dp/164250582X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1631114670&sr=1-1-spons&fbclid=IwAR3mb2SDD8JhODlrA32J1x9UgdWrN68MPGxzyinwZxnA0vIDqymUrdCN17Y
Shelly Rachanow is a sought-after writer and speaker for the empowerment of women. Her latest book, “When Women Run the World Sh*t Gets Done: Celebrating the Power of Women Now” has been called a “compelling tour de force of sisterhood.” Shelly’s previous books have been reviewed or featured in the Sydney Morning Herald, New Zealand Woman’s Weekly, Huffington Post, Library Journal and more.
*** Shelly’s When Women Run the World Sh*t Gets Done is the perfect book for women ready to change the world: https://www.amazon.com/When-Women-World-Gets-Done/dp/1642503932/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid&sr&fbclid=IwAR1jv0h6v1tFBrCbgCO6t2U-lXS7O2nSU3IdCU6Xl0mQRW9luWPE1QSH3Uc
Rachael Wolff is a speaker, consultant, and author of Letters from a Better Me whose work focuses on getting out of our own ways. She believes our perspectives of truth create our freedoms or our prisons. We make the choice to empower or disempower ourselves by the stories we tell ourselves.
*** Practice gratitude and empower yourself as you dive into Letters from a Better Me, written by Rachael: https://www.amazon.com/Letters-Better-Me-Empowered-Transforms/dp/1642501409/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid&sr&fbclid=IwAR0IUfp51EXh8oPd0IYAN6aF7lRilmyGNxStqoWh0XTgyeWd9zA0COqAe5U
The Fascinating Biographies of Bad Girls, Seductresses, Rebels and One-of-a-Kind Women
Amazing women with a story to tell. Join Mae West as she shakes up the entertainment industry with her wit and wisdom or create colorful art pieces with Yayoi Kusama that are larger than life itself. These women in history defied the expectations of conventional society to live the lives they chose, regardless of what others thought.
Words of Wisdom. Society may have labeled these fierce femmes as rebels, badass, wild, or uppity. But, these amazing women still dared to be different. With an out-of-the-box perspective, you’ll find inspiration from an array of fabulous females who will give you a lesson in being one-of-a-kind.
Celebrating the Power of Women Now
Be inspired by this compelling tour de force of sisterhood. Shelly Rachanow’s book is full of powerful, courageous women who are getting vitally important sh*t done. Dive into this empowering narrative and read about:
- A trauma surgeon working to stem the epidemic of gun violence
- A professor who ran for office to provide a better role model for her sons
- An educator raising India’s poorest girls out of poverty
- Teens fighting for clean water, inspiring future generations to continue their work
How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World
THE EMPOWERED WOMAN follows the belief system that is best explained in a quote by Byron Katie: “The most attractive thing about the Buddha was that he saved one person: himself. That’s all he needed to save; when he saved himself, he saved the whole world.”
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