Women are often burdened by personal body issues that arise, largely from various cultural attitudes and standards, however now, a growing number of experts are beginning to explore the impact of such concerns on the actual career trajectory of women. This new focus is giving way to radical attitudes and practices designed to deeply empower women by syncing mind and body in new ways. In the process, a bold, dynamic re-definition of success is being created that is helping female entrepreneurs use an innovative approach to get the jump in a male-dominated world.
Call it a movement. And it's a fascinating new cultural trend that businesswomen are leveraging by breaking with traditional, siloed thinking. Regena Thomashauer and her latest book and New York Times Bestseller, Reclaiming Pussy is just one example indicative of a larger approach that uses everything from deeper education concerning a woman's reproductive organs (i.e. "p*ssy power") to postural work to writing and visualization exercises to actually help a woman reach a zenith in personal fulfillment and business achievement by linking and unifying mind with body.
But does such a philosophy truly have any basis of merit?