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Doubling as both a movement and an organisation, THE TRIBE™ serves the global female audience through products, experiences and messaging.

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11 hours 50 minutes ago

Are you ready for a book which encourages you to nod at your past achievements (big or small), reminds you of everything you already are, versus everything you could wistfully be, AND celebrates who you are today, as in right now? Find out more about THE TRIBE™ Empowerment Journal here...

The TRIBE

1 day 14 hours ago

We have some brilliant reading for you, an interview with...

Flight attendant by day, writer by night (or the other way around depending on the time zone I’m currently in, Danica Gim

HOW DOES SOCIETY REINFORCE THE IDEA THAT WE, AS WOMEN, ARE NOT ENOUGH AND HOW CAN WE TAKE THAT POWER BACK?

The idea that women are a little less capable of man is reinforced in a lot of parts of our society and I think religion is a big root of that. We have come a long way from not being allowed to vote, from being expected to be obedient wives and mothers that couldn’t work to where we are now. But unfortunately that’s still not the case for every woman. We should use our privilege to keep speaking up for those that can’t. As long as not all of us are free to choose, none of us are. So we can take that power back by speaking up. That’s what I try to do through my writing, but everyone can have their own way of doing so.

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3 days 14 hours ago

#WhyITribe #TribeVibes #IAmEnough

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4 days 14 hours ago

You have to read THE TRIBE interview with...

Entrepreneur, Nadine Russell

WHY DO YOU THINK WOMEN SHY AWAY FROM CELEBRATING OR PRAISING THEMSELVES SO MUCH?

This is such a good question! I feel that there are many answers, because each woman has a different experience. For some it is fear. Fear of judgement. Fear of what others may say. Fear of shining too brightly and dimming the light of someone else. For others it is insecurity, not believing in themselves. The inability to see their own worth. Not feeling that they are good enough. But if I has to sum it all up, I would say it’s the fear of being wrong. The fear that we will step up and say “hey look at me, I am great at this” and someone will want to challenge us, and prove us wrong.

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6 days 14 hours ago

“Life changing. I was lucky enough to use this before it launched and all I can say is life-changing. I read entries back to myself and laughed or cried, found the questions raw and open, and could not put it down. Every, and all women need this in their lives.” - Lottie.
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The TRIBE

1 week 14 hours ago

You will love THE TRIBE interview with...

Women’s and Children’s life coach, author, speaker, facilitator (Book title - #WarriorWomen – Find Your Tribe and Live your Best Life), Fiona Stubbings

NAME A TIME RECENTLY WHEN YOU SAID SOMETHING GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF/HOW DID THAT MAKE YOU FEEL?

Every day I say something good about myself. I might say something about the work I got done or the patience or kindness I showed. I talk to myself a lot because the negative self-talk will creep in unless we train our brain to find the positive first. I always feel a little bit empowered when I say something nice to myself because I know I have the power to change my thoughts and therefore change how I feel.

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1 week 2 days ago

#WhyITribe #TribeVibes #IAmEnough

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1 week 3 days ago

Fancy some reading today? We have an interview with...

Psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, massage therapist, Reiki healer and health and wellness coach, Kate Hartley

IN LIGHT OF YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF OUR HASHTAG #WHYITRIBE, WHY DO YOU THINK IT IS IMPORTANT TO CELEBRATE WHO WE ALREADY ARE TODAY?

As women, we are still underpaid in comparison to men. We are still viewed as secondary to male power in many instances. Where brain and mental strength are concerned I believe we are stronger. Compassion and emotional clarity underline healthy relationships – men are not so good at this. However, we are physically not as strong as men and I think we risk losing our femininity if we’re not careful. There is something inherently beautiful in being the “softer” sex. I think it’s important that we don’t lose our natural identity of womanhood while fighting our battles for equality. I’m conflicted about this. I love chivalry, I love femininity, I love the fact that as a woman I am a home-maker and a mother who nourishes and cherishes her children. I don’t feel as though I have to lose my femininity to have strength in a male-dominated world.

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1 week 5 days ago

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1 week 6 days ago

Another great read, an interview with...

Model (ethical model), Health coach, Kiko

WHO WILL ETERNALLY BE A WOMAN YOU ADMIRE AND RESPECT, AND WHY?

Karlie Kloss. I’ve been following her for a long time and I’ve met her one time in
person too. I admire her because she is really open-minded. She always follows her heart, does things that she gets excited about but make positive changes (empowering women) in the society. Also, she is very humble although she is a super-model. Even at the coding camp called Kode With Klossy with teenage girls, she is never condescending. She never looks down on anyone, she treats people equally.

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