March is Women’s History Month and a perfect time to reflect on the accomplishments of females throughout time. We call these strong ladies who are fighting for equal rights lady bosses, superwomen or sheroes. The last term was first coined during the suffrage movement in 1836 when women were fighting for their voting rights. A shero is defined as a woman who is admired for her courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.
Sheroes come in all shapes and sizes. Their strength is reflected in their qualities. They appear in times of immense challenges, such as we are currently experiencing. And sometimes they go about their work almost invisibly.
If you want to become your own shero, take small steps toward empowerment and let the following tips inspire you.
Sheroes give other women a voice, they use compassion and their moral compass to push boundaries…