One of my very favorite things about what I get to do for a living, is the privilege of consistently meeting women who are courageously showing up in the world to make life better for others. By the nature of being constantly on the lookout for women to share their stories and their talents with us at The Girls Night Out, I get to hear their stories.
Their real stories.
Of course, we usually start with the obvious, their families, their history and the incredible work they do. But that story always leads somewhere deeper, because these passionate women who show up bravely to make change happen, don’t get there on accident. They’ve always had to fight for it.
And the story of the fight? It’s usually personal. They’ve had to personally face hardships and endure struggles that most people know nothing about. It’s what made them strong. It’s what gives them …