Women of Spirit by Katherine Martin
(People Who Dare)

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These stories reveal the way the world has always been made better — by individuals who courageously follow their heart’s inner wisdom. At a moment in history when the tide of events seems determined by faceless governments and corporations, we need these examples of individual action more than ever.

About Katherine Martin

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Katherine Martin, a national speaker through her company, People Who Dare, LLC, focuses on empowering people to live their lives boldly and authentically, in ways that better not only themselves, but the world around them. Embedded in her work is the power of the individual to make a difference and the deep desire of people to have their lives matter. An award winning screenwriter and former magazine editor, Martin has written for numerous national magazines such as Esquire, Ms., Parents, Working Mother, and Women's Sports & Fitness, and for the San Francisco Chronicle. She is the author of Women of Courage, Women of Spirit, and Those Who Dare. She lives in Portland, Oregon, and Orlando, Florida, with her husband, Franc Sloan.
Published February 16, 2011 by New World Library. 418 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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