Published on May 21st, 2018 by Alan L. Sklover
“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.”
– Alice Walker
Who is Alice Walker? She is the amazing woman, born to sharecropper parents in rural Georgia in 1944, who became a world-renown essayist, novelist and activist. You may have seen the screen adaptation of her powerful and empowering novel, “The Color Purple.” Little early education . . . never held her back. Her message, above, is one to keep in mind at work, and elsewhere: try not to sell yourself short, no matter how often, and how intensely, others may try to convince you to do so. That is a very important message underlying all of our “Sklover Working Wisdom” efforts.
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