There comes a time in all women’s lives when they feel they can’t face one more challenge, setback, or issue of concern that keeps them from achieving the life they truly deserve and want. These are challenging times, and there has never been a more complex moment in history to be a woman. Barriers are being broken, and glass ceilings are being shattered; however, too many women are still being left behind. But even with the chaos and confusion that ensues, hope and opportunity abound, and that is where Power Up, Super Women comes in.
Within the pages of Power Up, Super Women, authors from across the globe share their messages of hope and empowerment. These authors are women who faced adversity, failure, sickness, disappointment, and hurt. Whether the stories are about illness, divorce, domestic violence, diversity, child birthing, climbing the corporate ladder, depression, and more, the authors leave the reader with a sense of inspiration and hope as well as the desire to rise up with the courage to face whatever it is life has in store. All over the world, women are taking the initiative and letting their voices be heard. In this day of the #MeToo movement, this book, Power Up, Super Women, is an awesome compliment to the philosophy that now is the time to step out of your comfort zone to pursue your passion, purpose, and POWER.
Sarika Bhakta’s chapter is titled “Log Kya Kahenge?” (What Will People Think?) and an inspirational foreword written by Sunayana Dumala. Other contributing authors include Amy C. Wagner, Lynnis Woods-Mullins, Nicole Jansen, Cherie Faus Smith, and more! It’s time to “Power Up, Super Women”!
I have known Sarika Bhakta for over 15 years, since she began working with me at the American Red Cross. She still manages to amaze and teach me as much now, as she did then. Her chapter about what other people think speaks strongly to her own experience as an Asian American woman but is relatable to ALL women. We are notorious for putting everyone else’s needs before our own. She writes with heart, strength and hope for the journey she is on! I am so proud of her for being true to herself and stepping out of her box. I believe you will find her as inspiring as I do!Angela Jordan
It was indeed a beautiful experience to read this anthology book “Power Up, Super Women”. We all run away from challenges, especially if it’s something out of our comfort zone. What I loved the most about this book was that every woman took a chance, they all made a decision to step out of their comfort zone to make a big difference in their life. Sarika Bhakta’s chapter and her stories made a big impact on me because I am coming from the same culture. There is no stereotype of how a woman should dress, talk, or behave. We just need to step out of our comfort zone to see our full potential. Power Up, Super Women! We all have it in us, we just need to take a step forward.Nimisha Gupta
Real inspirational stories you can relate to instantly! These stories assure us that we all have a hero within and we all have the power to change our circumstances. I resonated with Sarika’s chapter as a South Asian woman, but any woman around the world can relate to her inspirational message as it spans across all cultures. Simply empowering!A. Singh