Project Heard: Your Voice, Our Forum

We're all trying to get there: professional success and personal happiness. We all want a piece of that pie.

Our experiences, backgrounds, societal perceptions, education, etc., all have a way of shaping our belief system and therefore our outcome. One voice doesn’t bring resolve to everyone. We need a mixture. Today, you have a mixture. Today we have a forum for every achieving woman.

Welcome to the Project Heard community! I’m excited that you’re here. I hope that you will subscribe, tells friends about us, and help us expand our efforts to women all over the world.

Project Heard is an interactive “NewsINFLUENCER” website that informs and promotes women. It’s a digital magazine for achieving women. Multi-stage professionals are checking in to explore, learn, connect, and share valuable information for career advancement and lifestyle awesomeness.

I wanted to build a resource that helps women not only chart success but helps us all prioritize our needs and pinpoint next moves in the professional arena and personal realm. I wanted a space that allows us the freedom to explore what’s working and what isn’t…and why.

It seems that these days you can’t talk about leadership without mentioning the word “balance”. People have written books about it and held lengthy forums and debates. The outcome? Well, after all of the chatter and research, the answer is still unclear to millions of working women.

Project Heard offers insightful content from women (and at times, men) from various stages in life and career. We will explore authentic testimonies from women who are open to sharing their steps toward a more balanced life and prosperous profession. What’s also important is that the women behind the blogs are all operating under the same purposeful intention: to inform and open a dialogue of substance.

Each month, we’ll bring you a number of new ideas from some outstanding thought leaders/writers/bloggers. Stay tuned to recurring posts from Christin Miller’s Blog: Roots & Wings and Ann Ruby’s Blog: From Fitness to Flight. We’re all eager to see how these emerging leaders will embrace change and unexpected victories.

Our content calendar is filled with subjects designed to help move us all to a more balanced, productive life: Business, Women in STEM, Inner Values, Emotional Intelligence, Finances, Management & Capability, Parenting & Promotions, Wellness and more.

We’ll be launching more on our sister conference: The Woman of Power Sustainability Leadership Conference 2017.

There is a lot going on here, and there should be, because we’re all reaching for greatness. Keep in touch and please do subscribe. If you’d like to blog with us, connect with us now, we’ll be back in touch soon. To inquire about Benefactor opportunities, click here.

A sincere thank you for stopping through and teaming up with us. Let’s make sure every woman in every corner of the world has heard of Project Heard. Let’s make sure we share the good news and do the good work…together.
Grateful to You,
CEO of Rising Media, LLC

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