Gain a better understanding of friendships, community, aging, and to challenge her own preconceived ideas of different parts of the United States and the people who live there.
Demonstrate how easy it is to connect with new people who are different than ourselves, to show how open people are to conversation, and to support the underlying truth that our differences aren’t as great as our connections.
– SHARI LEID, AUTHOR OF THE FRIENDSHIP SERIES
My goal is to encourage women to sit down with someone they normally would not engage with and have intentional conversations to get to know and understand one another. We are a country that is made up of citizens who have stopped listening to each other and we are quick to point out our differences rather than the common threads that bind us. Let’s hear each other’s stories – and find that despite our perceived differences, we are more connected than divided and through learning one another’s stories, we become stronger and better leaders in our communities.
Dana Frank, Real Estate Investor, Community activist, writer, and Co-Blogger at menopausebarbees.com
“Women connecting with other women is truly a powerful resource. Shari Leid's ability to open dialogue with women sharing their achievements, challenges, and vulnerability with such transparency and authenticity is remarkable. This book as with The 50/50 Friendship Flow, and Make Your Mess Your Message, is a gift and treasure. These stories resonate and empower all to know we are not alone on this journey.”
Chanel Reynolds, founder of Get Your Shit Together, author of WhatMatters Most. The Get Your Shit Together Guide to Wills, Money, Insurance, and Life’s ‘What-ifs’
“Who is the executor of your will? Your health care advocate? The guardian of your children or pets? Shari’s book gets to the heart of what true wealth looks like, friendships and community. With expert storytelling, humor, and grace Shari speaks to us with the best-friend-realness and words of wisdom we all need to hear. Getting our shit together means getting our friendships in order and showing up for ourselves and each other. Reach out and connect, a rich world of friendships is available to all of us.”
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