How to Get Your Message Across at the Women’s March

I’ve been backstage coaching women leaders since the Million Mom March in 2000. Whether you’re speaking to the crowd or marching right along with it this year, these three tips will help you keep your head in the game so your message rings clear.

Four Ways Certainty, Conviction and Anger Can Power Your Voice

Sitting on the sidelines or keeping quiet were not options for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford or professor Anita Hill. A strong motivating force, a sense of obligation or civic duty, propelled them to speak out. That same inner motivation can drive you forward. You can use it to speak out for what you believe in and to push back against bias, exploitation and hate.

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