Do you often feel isolated, invisible and unheard? If so, you’re not alone. Forty percent of Americans report feeling lonely. And, according to Vivek Murthy, the former U.S. Surgeon General, loneliness isn’t just emotionally painful—it’s a health epidemic that poses a greater threat than obesity or smoking.

Isolation is not only bad for our health, it’s also disempowering—especially for women. I work with women leaders from all continents, and without exception, I’ve found that to step into their full power, they need the support of other women. Without sisterhood, we can’t really know who we are….

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