Disrupt-Her : A Manifesto for the Modern Woman
What I thought of the book:
Miki’s words are insightful, pushing the status quo, and inspiring. She pulls in her experience as a business woman, a mother, and passionate movement shifter to shake your normal up ways of thinking. She takes 13 different areas of life that most people are “ok” with and shows you a different way to come at it. Everything from feminism, patriarchy , money, perfectionism, relationships, business, and vulnerability. At the end of each chapter she gives questions for you to journal and work through / talk about with other people. Along with a challenge. So her words don’t just sound good in the moment you read them but start to root and take action within your life.
Miki is such a unique woman. She sees the world differently therefore she lives differently. She is ok pushing what society has said is the standard into reaching for more. This book will get you fired up to shift things in your life and in your mind. You may not agree with everything she says but there you must be open to her perspective. Change helps us to grow and become better evolved humans and this book is tool for that growth.
Who should read this book?
Literally every woman who is fed up with how it “should” be. Anyone who needs a little fire under their tired feet. Anyone who has always felt they were different. Anyone who thinks for the equality of humans. Anyone who enjoys questioning the status quo. And anyone who is uncomfortable with questioning the status quo, feminist, sex, money, and everything else taboo. This book will ease you in nicely to the conversation and show you everyone has a place at the table to have a discussion.
Why should you read this book?
You should read this book because we must not get stagnant. We must not be ok with what society is telling is. That we need more things, that money is tacky to talk about, we must grow up and get a real job, we should get skinner, buy a bigger house, etc. Miki will disrput your life. She will disrupt all the thing you think you know about society for the better.
“What are some of humanity’s greatest obstacles?
The “status quo.”
In order to move humanity forward, we need a healthy dose of disruption . . .
. . . But this time from a modern woman’s perspective.”
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