Master Your Mindset
Leadership isn’t just for CEOs. We need good leadership everywhere. In the workforce. In government. In our schools, communities, and homes. Today, the doors stand wide open for women to step into these roles, but modern female leadership doesn’t look the same as the male roles of the past. The rules are different. The mindset is different.
Join Molly Gimmel, entrepreneur and former chairwoman of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), as she explores the unwritten rules of successful female leadership.
Through interviews with powerful women from all walks of life—large corporations, small businesses, nonprofits, Hollywood, politics, and more—Gimmel reveals the mental attitudes that define effective leaders.
Filled with personal stories, humor, and profound insights from the trenches, Master Your Mindset shows you step by step how to connect with yourself and with those around you in authenticity, confidence, and integrity—to become the best leader you can be.
Press & Praise
I wish I had the wise words and innovative techniques from Master Your Mindset to guide me as I advanced into my early leadership roles. It would have made a world of difference. Although we all need to learn some lessons on our own, it's invaluable to have tools to help us navigate!
Anyone who has any sense for societal trends can see that in the coming years and decades, more and more women will occupy leadership seats in every type of organization and in every part of the world. As an extremely capable and effective leader herself, Molly has created a practical playbook for those future women leaders to follow in their personal leadership development journeys. Any woman (or man, for that matter) who wants to sharpen her clarity about what it means to become a great leader and who wants ideas about how to develop herself as a leader should read and regularly review Master Your Mindset.
Master Your Mindset is a practical and poignant approach to navigating the nuances of leadership from the unique perspective that women as leaders bring to the table. What Master Your Mindset reveals to readers is that as the leadership roles of women evolve, the perspectives of women also evolve and, in so doing, create an opportunity for women leaders to expand their influence and impact in immeasurable ways. One of the most significant takeaways conveyed to readers is that the construct of leadership is not any one thing, nor is it any one persona. Through the compilation of contributing perspectives within Master Your Mindset, Molly amplifies an empowering truth: that leadership, especially for women, is a unique tapestry of experiences and insights, and because of this, all women are inherently poised for leadership.