In Her Power: Reclaiming Your Authentic Self

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Simon and Schuster, Feb 7, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 208 pages
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Helene Lerner addresses the self-sabotaging behaviors that veil a person’s full potential and helps women everywhere achieve confidence, creativity, and intimacy in every aspect of life from careers to friendships.

Unveil your inner power to achieve confidence, creativity, and intimacy in every aspect of your life—from work to relationships to sex.

Helene Lerner—a leading advocate for women’s advancement and empowerment—reveals the nine most common self-sabotaging behaviors that hold women back and uncovers simple secrets to unlocking true feminine power. Her approach is gentle but firm, compassionate yet disciplined, and eminently practical. Discover your unique strength through insightful exercises and uplifting stories that cultivate self-empowerment. Learn how to:

• stay present in the face of any challenge;

• express yourself genuinely in all aspects of your life;

• recognize and appreciate your uniqueness;

• be authentically seen and heard with confidence;

• express your sexuality and experience true pleasure.

As the traditional male power structures crumble, be part of the new feminine movement that is emerging across the globe and embrace your power.
 

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Contents

The Nine Facets of a Womans Power
1
Recognizing Your Unique Destiny
3
Accepting Discomfort
23
Owning All of Yourself
41
Expressing Yourself Genuinely
59
Acting with Confidence
75
Cultivating Intimacy
93
Embracing Your Sexuality
113
Building a Power
129
Inspiring Other Women ix xiii xv 23 41 59 75 93 113 129 9
141
Everyday Reflections
149
The Fulfillment Manifesto
183
About the Author
189
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Public television host, Emmy Award winning executive producer, and workplace consultant, Helene Lerner has covered a wide array of women’s issues, including relationships, self-esteem, breaking barriers, and work-life balance. She has consulted with Fortune 500 companies about how to attract, retain, and advance women managers, as well as given keynotes and moderated panels such as Smart Risk-Taking, Reinventing Yourself, and Embracing Change. As an accomplished freelance journalist and founder of one of the premier sites for women, womenworking.com, Lerner remains on the cutting edge of women’s issues.

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