Independence Ring: Rock the Female Revolutionby Liz Lewinson
What is the difference between men and women? Women are more powerful. In Independence Ring, the author explains how a gender mix-up occurred, leaving women on the short end of the power equation
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This book takes feminism to the next, important step. Women are far more powerful than they realize and should be in positions of leadership and high achievement.
What is the difference between men and women? Women are more powerful. In Independence Ring, the author explains how a gender mix-up occurred, leaving women on the short end of the power equation. The book offers a new definition of power and explain how this new definition is exemplified in a woman. The author shares her own experiences of using this knowledge to grow in her career in technology and as a writer. When gender roles are more balanced, both men and women will lead happier, more fulfilled lives. The whole planet will benefit.
This book teaches women how to understand and unlearn centuries-old, limiting mental programming and how to make positively powerful changes in their lives.
And there IS an Independence Ring Ceremony!
Excerpt from the Ceremony:?
With the vast power in me, I give this ring to myself, to honor and love myself, to become the most powerful woman I can be, and to use that power to achieve great wisdom, compassion and success, not only for my own self-realization but also to help others now and in the future.?
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Meet the Author
Liz Lewinson is an author, speaker, technologist, teacher, strategic planner, feminist and blogger.
She has conducted strategic planning for some of the largest companies and governmental agencies in the world; led complex, multi-million dollar projects/programs in information technology and business process improvement; gained renown for public relations expertise in mass media; and created and executed communications plans that build, motivate and galvanize constituencies.
In Public Relations and Communications, her clients included Tri-Star Television; Stephen J. Cannell Productions, Carson Productions, Hanna Barbera and others. As a freelance journalist, she published her work in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times Features Syndicate and numerous magazines. She was a contributing editor to PC AI (Artificial Intelligence) Magazine.
Liz is on the three-person Board of the Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism, the largest Buddhist grant-giving organization in the United States. She leads the grant category titled "Women in Buddhism.”
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