Happy New Year! With so much news content being published each day on gc4women.org, we have decided to start a new “Weekend Reads” tradition to keep you informed and connected to the resources to improve your life and business. 

The following are top reads and trending topics on GC4W news:

1. Forbes Announces the 2021 Most Powerful Women List


Forbes has released its 2021 list of the world’s most powerful women, highlighting a mix of politicians, philanthropists, corporate leaders, and entrepreneurs who have made an impact on an international level.

Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has topped Forbes’ list this year, and is followed by US Vice President Kamala Harris, head of the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde, GM’s CEO Mary Barra, and philanthropist Melinda French Gates, who round out the top five.

Abigail Johnson, Ana Patricia Botín, Ursula von der Leyen, Tsai Ing-wen and Julie Stewart make up the rest of the top ten.

Read more here. GC4W

2. How to Overcome The Negatives of Self-Doubt

The impact of imposter syndrome can be devastating. Burnout, which is the most common consequence of imposter syndrome, costs the economy upwards of $190 billion per year. That’s over $6000 a second. 

There is good news within all of this. If you can recognize and catch yourself in imposter syndrome patterns, you can make changes to enjoy your success without so much stress. 

Read more here. GC4W

3. Start One of These 99 Hobbies In 2022

If there’s one thing to know about me, it’s that I love to start a hobby. At my childhood home we had multiple “crafting” closets, and luckily for me in my current apartment, the storage situation allows for the same. Ceramics? I’ve done it. Embroidery? I’ve dabbled. Film? I’ve snapped to it. Surfing, sailing, snowboarding: Check, check, check. 

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What more perfect of a time than the new year to dive head-first into a hobby that makes you happy, no? If you’re struggling to come up with something that sparks joy within you, well dang—aren’t we all after a brutal two years?

Hopefully this list of 99 hobbies will help ignite a flame within. 

Read more here.


4.Age-Appropriate Responsibilities for Toddlers & Teens

Children don’t want just to be doted on. They need, like the rest of us, to feel like they matter to the world—like their lives make a positive contribution.

All children contribute in some way—find those ways in your child and comment on them, even if it is just noticing when she is kind to her little brother or that you enjoy how she’s always singing. Whatever behaviors you acknowledge will grow. As your children get older, their contributions and chores should increase appropriately, both within and outside the household.

Read more here. GC4W

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