It's International Women's Day.
There's endless individuals to celebrate that are making moves in the world and bringing women in leadership to the forefront of big conversations and big organizations. Today, on my morning pilgrimage to the TED site for a daily dose of #inspo, I found a video filmed at this year's conference, where Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, took the stage and wowed the crowd with the stories of how the over-socialization to aspirations of perfection have kept women overly cautious - whoa.
Her stand? Teach our girls to be brave, not perfect.
Watch the full talk here:
THANK YOU, Reshma, and to all the women in the world doing THEIR work; choosing bravery, courage, living in their purpose and letting passion fuel their lives. Huge, deep bow.
With internet high fives and e-hugs, Jess.