Same as my title - Empowering, enlightening and cautionary
The author used real data from a variety of sources to write a very compelling, thought provoking book that is told primarily via storytelling. It speaks to the changes in gender roles over the past several decades and where women are now and appear to be going in the future. It's not necessarily a cheer-leading book for women, or a dire prediction of the future of men, but it speaks to an exciting time full of opportunities for women now and in the future. As a working mother of three boys, the book has helped change my perspective and may change the way I'm raising my boys. So sorry my little princes.
Laural did a great job of making the stories pop off the page and come to life! (I've read the actual book and am just about finished with the Audible version). She moves from data to stories to quotes easily and effectively.
The book made me think, ponder and has prompted many a discussion with friends and colleagues.
Great book - very highly recommended. All women should read it. And men should too if they want to succeed in life and in business over the next few decades.
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