Why the current version of empowerment for women is a dangerous myth

Women are exhausted. It is chronic. It's not sustainable and it's getting worse. We are told to lean in, stand up straighter, speak clearly, negotiate better, be efficient....but individual behaviors  can not fix a system that is blind to the needs of women and their families.

Why the current version of empowerment for women is a dangerous myth

Women are exhausted. It is chronic. It's not sustainable and it's getting worse. We are told to lean in, stand up straighter, speak clearly, negotiate better, be efficient....but individual behaviors  can not fix a system that is blind to the needs of women and their families.

Ever wonder why you are feeling exhausted, overworked, and perpetually dissatisfied?

It's NOT you!

You are not the problem. The ongoing systematic lack of recognition for women and for women's lives is the problem. And future generations may be even more at risk of repeating the cycle.

But there is another way.

In the book, “On the Path to Justice”, the renowned author and inspirational changemaker, Lynn Bromley, shows women how to recognize and nourish each other and themselves in intentional sisterhood, so that as we reach for justice, we do it together.

The Sister Group Community will bring women together through intimate virtual meetups, interviews and online discussions. You will be invited to learn, share, practice and enjoy the techniques, value and joys of intentional sisterhood. – with Lynn Bromley.

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The story of

Lynn Bromley

Lynn Bromley is fascinated by change and inspired by small acts of courage. At different times in her career, she has been a waitress, a teacher, a truck driver, a corporate manager, and a social worker. In 2000, she was elected to the Maine State Senate where she served four terms and was later appointed to the Obama Administration as New England’s Small Business Advocate.

Currently, she is the founder and principal at Fintech Advocate consulting. As a traveler, agitator, and champion of innovators, she is a global citizen and frequent visitor to kjæresten hennes in Oslo, Norway, but lives mostly in South Portland, Maine near her two children and a great gang of sisters. She has been a woman throughout all her iterations and is a fresh voice on gender politics and justice.

The story of

Lynn Bromley

Lynn Bromley is fascinated by change and inspired by small acts of courage. At different times in her career, she has been a waitress, a teacher, a truck driver, a corporate manager, and a social worker. In 2000, she was elected to the Maine State Senate where she served four terms and was later appointed to the Obama Administration as New England’s Small Business Advocate.

Currently, she is the founder and principal at Fintech Advocate consulting. As a traveler, agitator, and champion of innovators, she is a global citizen and frequent visitor to kjæresten hennes in Oslo, Norway, but lives mostly in South Portland, Maine near her two children and a great gang of sisters. She has been a woman throughout all her iterations and is a fresh voice on gender politics and justice.

Have you ever noticed how often you feel joy, contentment, fulfillment?

How about how often you experience frustration, overwhelm or exhaustion?

It’s a common misconception that if you strive to be extraordinary every day, you will eventually reach success and balance.

What we thought might be a sprint, (extraordinary performance of some sort) becomes an expectation with no end in site. The necessary systemic changes like access to child care, health care, and pay equity are slow in coming so we look to ourselves for a solution.

We ask ourselves:

“What am I doing wrong here?”
“I must need to X more or Y less or buy a Z.”

"Maybe a book on organizing, or one on how to be a better negotiator might help?"

"Or maybe if I prep the week's meals ahead on Sunday, I'll have more time for ______."

Women’s empowerment is a false promise and a dangerous myth.

Individual behaviors will not change a system that doesn't support women’s success. We don’t need to be empowered. We need to be unencumbered from chronic "extraordinary-ism - from injustice.

Unlike the endless “empowerment” books that offer little to no solutions, “On the Path to Justice” explains where women are, exactly how we got here, and how to march forward.

Lynn’s brilliant and simple solution – the sisterhood – is at once arresting and applicable to women everywhere.

Alive with personal accounts, stories from the front lines of politics, social work, and decades of womanhood, Bromley whisks you through a clear and eye-opening argument for why women do not need to be empowered, only unencumbered.

This book provides proven results that will equip you with the tools you’ll need to establish a sisterhood – surrounding yourself with women who, like you, are ready to unite as a community and create lasting change.

Assertive, bold, and inspiring, On the Path to Justice is the manifesto our foremothers long dreamed of and the necessary battle cry that younger generations desperately need to hear.

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Isn’t it time we drop the pretense that we can “have it all”? For centuries women have strived to be extraordinary, but perhaps it is time to awaken to the truth of what really impedes our progress – what keeps us feeling exhausted, overworked and perpetually dissatisfied.

In this brilliant, insightful book, Lynn Bromley charts the ongoing systemic cycle that continues to overburden and oppress women, and she issues a clear clarion call that it is not women who must change, but the messages and controls within the system. Her brilliant and timely solution - the sisterhood – is at once arresting and applicable to women everywhere.

Alive with personal accounts, stories from the front lines of politics, social work, and decades of womanhood. Bromley whisks you through a clear and eye-opening argument for why women do not need to be empowered as much as they need to be unencumbered.

Assertive, bold, and inspiring, On the Path to Justice is the manifesto our foremothers long dreamed of, and the necessary battle cry that younger generations desperately need to hear.

...we cannot wait for justice to thrive; we must nourish ourselves and each other along the path.

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In the book, “On the Path to Justice”, the renowned author and inspirational changemaker, Lynn Bromley, shows women how to recognize and nourish each other and themselves in intentional sisterhood, so that as we reach for justice, we do it together.

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"There is no easy remedy for systemic injustice and long-established inequity, But we cannot wait for justice to thrive. we must nourish ourselves and each other along the path."

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