Rise of the Girl

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Rise of the Girl

Seven Empowering Conversations to Have with Your Daughter

Jo Wimble-Groves

$14.00

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Help your daughter to fulfil her potential and achieve success in a challenging world.

Does your beautiful, talented daughter constantly put herself down? Is she stuck in a cycle of comparing herself to others? Is she silent, withdrawn or argumentative when she comes home from school? Would she rather stay alone in her room than join a family day out?

These are all signs that your daughter is struggling to cope with the demands of modern life. By following the advice in this audiobook, you can help her to see how great she is, and how much greater she can become: a confident, resilient girl who is not afraid to aim high, work hard, and bounce back.

Successful businesswoman, blogger and mum, Jo Wimble-Groves, identifies the 7 most common issues holding girls back from reaching their full potential - including poor self-esteem, low self-worth and lack of self-belief. With Jo's guided conversation starters and inspiring accounts from successful personalities, you will empower your daughters to face the challenges of childhood and prepare them for an amazing adulthood, as tomorrow's dreamers, doers and entrepreneurs.

Jo Wimble-Groves is a successful tech entrepreneur, and the co-owner of an award-winning global mobile communications company; she is also a mum, and a passionate advocate for women and girls. In 2016, she started her Guilty Mother blog about parenting, work-life balance, and how we instil resilience into our kids - it now has over 50K followers on social media. Jo has been named as one of Management Today's "35 under 35" in The Sunday Times.

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Jo Wimble-Groves:
Jo Wimble-Groves is a successful tech entrepreneur, and the co-owner of an award-winning global mobile communications company; she is also a mom, and a passionate advocate for women and girls. In 2016, she started her Guilty Mother blog about parenting, work-life balance, and how we instil resilience into our kids - it now has over 50K followers on social media. Jo has been named as one of Management Today's "35 under 35" in The Sunday Times.

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