Yesterday was International Women’s Day and March is Women’s History Month. As the founder of a nonprofit women’s organization called The Women’s Mosaic®, you might have guessed what today’s topic was going to be, right?

I was recently asked in an interview what it means to me to be a woman, and my response was  “As an American woman in the 21st century, it means that more than ever, I have the freedom to express myself to be who I am. I have a myriad of choices to create a life that is the most authentic and fulfilled for me, and therefore I can more readily contribute to making the world a better place for everyone.”

If I was a woman in a developing country, in certain cultures or from our recent past, it means that the empowerment of my life is essential, if not the absolute, key to making my particular culture or society better.  Especially in this context, living an authentic life and expressing our highest potential means that we serve as role models for the women who do not yet have the full freedoms and rights that we often take for granted, and that we honor those who came before us and sacrificed so much to get us here.  We must not waste the precious opportunity we have been given.

ALL women have a mark to leave on the world – what will yours be?

If you’re not sure what kind of history your life as a woman will make, talk to me and I will help you discover what unique gifts, talents and abilities you possess that must be shared with us all!

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