The Princess Protocol

The Princess Protocol

by iscis malone

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Overview

What do feminists and princesses have in common? Both tend to be misrepresented and misunderstood in public media. Being a feminist is no more about women hating men or wanting to replace them than being a princess is about Prince Charming or castle towers.

The Princess Protocol, explores the concept of a princess as a vital benchmark in a woman’s personal development and a critical component of her lifestyle design – an assortment of thoughts, behaviors and ideals that allow her to manifest the life she desires and deserves to live.

Unlike other books about human potential, The Princess Protocol is not your average tool for self-help or self-improvement; rather it is a guide toward self-actualization. Rather than teaching women how to attain "it all" by examining the world around them, this text aims to teach women the art of self-reflection and self-assessment.

When we better understand how we internalize and filter things things around us, we can learn how to translate those experiences into beneficial contributions to the outside world.

While The Princess Protocol can be an asset to every women, it especially aspires to help African American women become more wholly themselves. With African Americans still accounting for roughly 30% of the American population, but its communities suffering from disease, illness, divorce, uncompleted education, incarceration and depression - among other things - is is imperative that African American women learn to listen to that small inner-voice that encourages them to love themselves without guilt, ask for what they need without shame, and overcome their obstacles without regret.

As many social scientists agree, "If we truly want to save the world, we have to change the role of women in it.” With women outnumbering men, this seems the perfect place to start.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015019230
Publisher: OMM ink Publishing Co.
Publication date: 07/21/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 338 KB

About the Author

iscis malone is a lifestyle design coach and legacy development specialist with over fifteen years’ experience in the field of social-emotional education with specialties in self-efficacy and meta-cognition. She holds advanced degrees from Spelman College and Emory University, both in Atlanta, Georgia.

iscis resides with her family in, New York City, her hometown of origin.

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