Fearfull, Fearless, Scared, Empowered, Makers, Women Make History
February 26, 2013
The hardest thing to do when I write a lecture, blog post or a topic for the Professional Guidelines is to speak about the difficult topics, raise challenging issues, or perhaps, even, take an unpopular position.
And it isn't just about writing the topic. It is being prepared for the consequences of challenging the status quo.
The upcoming program on PBS, "Makers: Women Who Make America," uses the word "make" as in homemakers, and in make history, but for all the makers out there that work with their hands, heart and head, I hope you will watch this show, or be inspired by reading these books. Every day is the moment for "our internal revolution" to make the best art or craft we can create.
Watch MAKERS: Women Who Make America Trailer on PBS.
See more from Makers: Women Who Make America.
Gloria Steinem and Amy Richards speak with Charlie Rose about Makers: Women Who Make America
During the interview they referred to this article in the New York Times, "A Titan's How-To-On-Breaking-the-Glass-Ceiling" by Jodi Cantor. It is worth reading.
On Becoming Fearless...in Love, Work, and Life by Arianna Huffington
Books listed in this blog post and in the side bar are affiliate links.