2018 has begun, and pundits and opinion makers are predicting that 2018 will be the “Year of the Woman”. That of course, is yet to be seen. And we have heard this prediction before. Yet it is hard to deny that women have made enormous progress in the past few years. I partnered up with my friend Cam Kashani, a […]Read more "LINDA F. WILLIAMS FEATURED IN HUFFINGTON POST 99 LIMIT BREAKING FEMALE FOUNDERS"
If you have ever wondered what is your purpose, there are two things that guide you to that answer:
What are you passionate about; and
What is your natural genius?
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The Empowered Woman, she moves through the world with a sense of confidence and grace.
Her once reckless spirit now tempered by wisdom.
Quietly, yet firmly, she speaks her truth without doubt or hesitation and the life she leads is of her own creation.
I had a secret. A secret that almost undid me. This secret drove me out of my mind – more than once. It fueled a Jekyll and Hyde dichotomy as I donned my Tough Girl persona at the expense of the little girl I left behind. I decided not to be her anymore. She kept […]Read more "The 30-Year Rape: How I Survived, Strived and Thrived (Part 1)"
In Part I of this article Linda wrote about how she lived in the grip of a rape she endured thirty-years before she realized what she reveals in Part 2. We pick up the story right after she finally reveal the truth.Read more "The 30-Year Rape: How I Survived, Strived and Thrived (Part 2)"
This post is inspired by a LinkedIn message I received from a post graduate Social Work student who was disheartened by what she described as negativity around the social work field. As I responded to her message, it occurred to me that this is good advice, not just for graduates, but for life. It takes […]Read more "Advice to All Graduates: 5 Things You Might Have Missed"