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Find Your Voice: A Woman's Call to Action

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    Tabby Biddle(Author)

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#1 Bestseller in Women in Politics & Business Leadership

Women’s rights activist and leadership coach Tabby Biddle has written a practical, courageous and urgent call to action for women of all ages. This book brings to light the dark patches of our culture where women's voices are still silent and aims to make a change agent out of every reader.

An alchemizing combination of manifesto, personal narrative, and practical guide, Find Your Voice serves as an experiential read for every woman who is ready to remember her innate feminine wisdom, unearth her purpose, and step fully into her power. With equal parts research and heart, Tabby leads the way to form a sisterhood of all women who are up to the task of bringing the collective feminine power to the forefront of society in order to initiate real change. Whether or not you consider yourself to be a leader or even the least bit political, this book is an essential tool for you to begin to stand in your unique power as a woman and finally be heard.

Fast paced and well written, Find Your Voice takes you on a powerful journey and spits you out on the other side with a new-found sense of purpose, and an arsenal of tactics to claim your voice and ‘get out there’ with it.

Tabby Biddle, M.S. Ed., is a women’s rights activist, writer, speaker and leadership coach, who specializes in helping women find and cultivate their political voice. She is a Leadership Ambassador with Take The Lead, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and propelling women to take their fair and equal share of leadership by 2025. A United Nations Foundation press fellow, Tabby's voice has been featured by prominent national and international media, including The Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, UN Dispatch, Current TV and NPR. Tabby received her Masters in Education from Bank Street College in New York City and her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Colby College. She lives in Santa Monica, CA with her husband and young son. Learn more at

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  • PDF | 202 pages
  • Tabby Biddle(Author)
  • Women Press (April 26, 2015)
  • English
  • 6
  • Politics & Social Sciences

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  • By Klaudeen Shemirani on June 30, 2015

    Tabby Biddle is one of my most favorite present-day spiritual activists and authors in feminine leadership and women's emancipation efforts. She just has a way of shaking me up to life--to Shakti!In this book, Tabby found her Voice to help women connect some very important "dots" around (1) how women were once in power, (2) how women "lost" their power, and (3) how women can reclaim their power today in a much bigger, authentic way--with their Voice. That is, the Voice that is so connected to the innate wisdom in women's bodies and her relationship to self-care, self-worth and intuitive power.As a Berkeley graduate/woman with a long past in the corporate world, and a present day teacher/healer with a advanced degree in Women's Spirituality, I would say Tabby's Book, "Find Your Voice: A Woman's Call to Action" is not only ideal, but NECESSARY, for every woman around the world.And it's especially for the woman, daughter, mother, sister, and/or modern day goddess-healer-artist who:*has felt the need to dim her light or the light of other women*came from a family or ancestry that silenced her voice and shamed her power (her body and voice) as the norm*ever thought her voice, feelings, intuition and small actions did not matter*wants to channel her energy (suffering from social injustices, inequalities and insanity) into a compassionate, creative and empowering Call-to-Action*wants permission and self-authority to better self-care so she can live in greater alignment with her divine self, and her "Divine Assignments"*wants to take her feminine power and leadership to the next level in her body, in her work, in her community, and in her world*wants to explore her relationship to her deepest virtues, truths, feelings and prayers for the world*wants to awaken and/or empower her Spiritual Activist...her Shakti!*wants some decent history/herstory to help uncoil the patriarchal stigma and cultural ignorance of the ancient Goddess that lives within us all*wants to experience the ripple effect of her power and voice in the worldTo all the women, and curious men, may your heart hear the simple call to action to get this book to find your Voice in the world! It really matters!Thank you Tabby Biddle for finding your voice and helping me/others find theirs! May our voices keep RISING together!

  • By Clare on January 17, 2015

    I loved reading this book! I especially loved the section on creating your signature talks, as I'm in the process of doing this right now for my business. The chapter was full of useful information, inspiration, and tips. I appreciated the honesty, clear writing, and author's genuine stories throughout the book. The author threads feminist wisdom throughout the book, (especially the connection between body, emotions, mind, spirituality, and action) helped me look at my business plan in a new way.

  • By Michele Christensen on December 18, 2014

    This book is so powerful! I'm pretty assertive, so I never thought I could learn so much about finding and using my voice. There is just so much wisdom in this book, and it makes me feel much more connected to and honoring of my femininity. This author brings up so many real-life examples of things I've experienced but never thought about, or just assumed "that's the way it is." When she does, it's amazing to be able to say "oh my gosh, me too" and be able to re-think about it with new wisdom and know that other women have shared that experience. This book has a lot of facts to place the content on finding your voice in context. It's really helpful because it helps you see why it's so important for women to speak up and speak out. I think my favorite thing (and it was a surprise) is that this book is experiential, meaning there are exercises at the end of each chapter to help you deepen your learning and start practicing your new habits right away. What's great is that they are short and practical exercises so you won't get bogged down. The other thing I loved is the emphasis on the idea whatever your role in life, you can help other women by speaking out. You can express your voice in whatever you do.

  • By kedamak on October 18, 2015

    Tabby Biddle has written a very important book for women. Whether or not you currently think of yourself as a leader, this book is absolutely necessary for you to begin to stand in your power as a woman. I loved everything about this book even the parts that made me uncomfortable. I particularly loved the exercises Tabby puts at the end of each chapter because they helped me lean into the work even more. Though I don't consider myself political, Tabby's words have helped me see that me owning my voice and standing in my power is a political move because it is what will be necessary to change the culture we live in. This isn't a political book nor is it a how-to guide though it provides lots of rich insight for taking real action. This book is above all a manifesto and a call to the quiet unearthing of the collective power of women that is rising up to be heard. Tabby is leading the way and she is forming a sisterhood of all women that is reminding us of the truth we know deep within us, that when we stand in our power, we ARE a force to be reckoned with. I cannot recommend this book enough. Read it, do the exercises in it and reclaim your power as a woman.

  • By Rocio Ortega on February 13, 2015

    Tabby Biddle makes it very easy to dive in Find Your Voice when you need a moment of encouragement to find your voice. Its simple and practical concepts make it easy for you to find time in your busy schedule and just pay attention to you. As a college student, when it feels like I'm overloaded with work and personal commitments, it's relaxing to just try to listen to my inner voice and find my empowered zone. One of the most important things I got from reading Biddle's book, is the concept of taking time for oneself. We don't always do that. It's not only good for our spirituality but for our mental health. I think it makes a huge difference when someone takes the time out of their day and is disciplined to just be introspective. Biddle reminds us of this importance. It's just soothing knowing there are books like Biddle's that just focuses on finding you - regardless of your age. This year I'm traveling a lot (the perks of studying abroad), so I catch myself reading a section of the book every time I'm in the train, plane, etc and it has helped me that much more to find my voice. Finding your voice is an on-going process, especially when you're my age.

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