Drinking From A Different Well takes you on a self-awareness journey that affirms the value of women’s perceptual agility, recruits a more compassionate understanding of past struggles, and offers ideas to blend competitive and collaborative narratives.
Structured as a series of experiments looking at what works and what doesn’t work to empower wisdom as the number one source of increasing economic and health outcomes, Drinking From A Different Well takes you through your own life to help you realize that there are plenty of opportunities for you to be an activist in promoting positive power. The book anticipates the changes that will happen when women reclaim confidence in their own perceptions of power and speak up.
women are ready to reclaim the right to use power for moral goals, and that the way men undermine women in business is not individual or conscious – it’s just the implicit nature of masculine narratives to set up power struggles instead of merging multiple narratives.
Drinking From A Different Well examines the importance of metaphor in women reconstructing the power of the feminine, using techniques such as mental rehearsal, examination of values, and most of all the importance of self-awareness in the reclaiming of personal power.
Those of us who try to promote collaborative narratives, goals, and methods often find ourselves defending our reputations and ideas from the attacks of competitive
Big idea: Women often face the systematic erasure of their perspective and stories — told they’re being “difficult” or “irrational.” But women deserve to be listened
Compare the iconic photo of Putin sitting alone at the top of a long table far away from his team with the photo of Zelenskyy