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To Be a Leader, Help Just One Person

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LLet’s face it: Things weren’t exactly feeling cheerful for most of us before the coronavirus hit, what with a fraught election, the climate crisis, and — well, you can choose whichever social issue currently troubles you most. There’s no shortage.

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Amanda Hirsch

Amanda Hirsch

Writer and mother. On a mission to fill the world with stories that tell the truth about women—and with women who tell their stories.

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