Led by professional writer, PR consultant and published author, Sarah Cannata, we believe in equality, diversity and providing women with a voice via our platform without fear of ridicule or shame. When we combine collaboration, leadership, passion, vulnerability and courage, we’re capable of anything. Real progress is not inevitable, we have to use our voices and stories to fight for it.
Are you ready to join a community of people dedicated to empowering women to become tomorrow’s leaders by tapping into the power of storytelling? Are you ready to position yourself as a leader, achieve your business goals and drive change through storytelling? Welcome to This Woman Can!
Storytelling is Your superpower
I have a confession to make. I just might be a workaholic. And the weird thing is, I’m strangely proud of it. We wear it like a badge of honour, don’t we? Telling anyone who will listen how busy we are, even as we drown in a constant flood of work emails, texts and...read more
The Oxford Dictionary defines vulnerability as: “Being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally.” Brené Brown, the Queen vulnerability studies, describes vulnerability as: “Uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure.” You...read more
Have you shot videos about your business with little or no improvement in customer enquiries? As frustrated as you may be, don’t delete your YouTube channel yet. You may be making a few mistakes in your creative process – which are entirely fixable. In this blog,...read more
Some of the hardest conversations we can have are with the ones we love – especially when it comes to talking about mental and physical health. No one likes to admit when they are not living up to expectations (either set by society or by themselves) or are...read more
“There are things we can control and things we can’t. Why not start with what we can?” Before I share my own story which began a long time ago, I will take you back to when my son was only three-years-old and my mother suffered a devastating ventricular aneurysm. It...read more
When I was going through depression and trying a number of different things to get through it, I realised that when you did something, as in physically did something, it helps. I’m not a doctor but I’ve read that exercise releases certain chemicals in your body and...read more