International Women's Day! Celebrate!

In 2010, I released Dying to be Born - a compilation of women's wisdom that is thoughtful and gorgeous. If you haven't seen it yet - you really need to download it now.

Starting today and during the rest of March,  I'm going to highlight what some of the contributers to that ebook have been doing in the past couple years.

Brené Brown

Brené's visibility has taken off in the last couple of years. It's been so cool to watch. Her TEDxHouston talk on Vulnerability went viral, she did a series for PBS on The Gifts of Imperfection and published a book of the same name. Finally, the people at TED realized they had to get her up on the stage at their main event and she just spoke at the TED conference at Long Beach last week.  They haven't posted the video of her talk up yet, so in the meantime, let's listen to her Houston talk again:





Shilo Shiv Suleman

This young Indian woman's career has also blossomed in the last couple of years. You really need to visit her website to see all the things she is involved in. Notably, she became a TED Fellow, completed a gorgeous interactive book, Khoya, for the Ipad. I downloaded it as soon as it was available and was captivated for over an hour playing with it. She recently spoke about it at the TED sponsored conference in India, INK: