What Would Wendy Davis Do?

“Become so wrapped up in something that you forget to be afraid.”

– Lady Bird Johnson
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Have you ever been so committed to something that you stood and spoke for 13 hours – without having a sip of water, a bite of food, or a single bathroom break? Oh, and you couldn’t lean on anything either…

After her 13-hour filibuster in June, Wendy Davis became a symbol for women’s rights.

Today she is the Democratic candidate for the governor of Texas and her personal memoir just hit shelves.

Forgetting To Be Afraid, a title she credits to Lady Byrd Johnson, not only describes her humble upbringing and the challenges of a single mother, but also the importance of meeting people where they are (now) rather than where you want them to be.

Learn more about Wendy Davis in her new book or this interview.


XO

Oh, by the way


PS: When it comes to nurturing relationships, The Four Agreements by Don Miguel is an awesome practical guide. Don advises: Don’t take anything personally – nothing others do is because of you, and avoid drama by asking for what you want. Read more.

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What Would Wendy Davis Do?

What Would Wendy Davis Do?

What Would Wendy Davis Do?

What Would Wendy Davis Do?

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“Become so wrapped up in something that you forget to be afraid.”

– Lady Bird Johnson
(tweet this)

Have you ever been so committed to something that you stood and spoke for 13 hours – without having a sip of water, a bite of food, or a single bathroom break? Oh, and you couldn’t lean on anything either…

After her 13-hour filibuster in June, Wendy Davis became a symbol for women’s rights.

Today she is the Democratic candidate for the governor of Texas and her personal memoir just hit shelves.

Forgetting To Be Afraid, a title she credits to Lady Byrd Johnson, not only describes her humble upbringing and the challenges of a single mother, but also the importance of meeting people where they are (now) rather than where you want them to be.

Learn more about Wendy Davis in her new book or this interview.


XO

Oh, by the way


PS: When it comes to nurturing relationships, The Four Agreements by Don Miguel is an awesome practical guide. Don advises: Don’t take anything personally – nothing others do is because of you, and avoid drama by asking for what you want. Read more.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.

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