[EPUB] ✽ More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say) ❂ Elaine Welteroth – Writerscompany.co.uk

More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say) Elaine Gifts Us All With A Beautifully Intimate And Powerful Retelling Of Her Ever Unfolding Journey In Sharing Her Joys, Pitfalls, Adventures, Self Doubt, And Successes, She Reminds Us That Through Uncovering And Discovering The Many Facets Of Ourselves, We Are Than Enough Yara Shahidi Elaine S Book Is A Call For Young Women To Find Their Voice And Spark Their Courage It S A Book I Would Have Loved To Discover As A Young Woman Starting My Own Career Reese WitherspoonIn This Part Manifesto, Part Memoir, The Revolutionary Editor Who Infused Social Consciousness Into The Pages Of Teen Vogue Explores What It Means To Come Into Your Own On Your Own Terms Throughout Her Life, Elaine Welteroth Has Climbed The Ranks Of Media And Fashion, Shattering Ceilings Along The Way In This Riveting And Timely Memoir, The Groundbreaking Journalist Unpacks Lessons On Race, Identity, And Success Through Her Own Journey, From Navigating Her Way As The Unstoppable Child Of An Unlikely Interracial Marriage In Small Town California To Finding Herself On The Frontlines Of A Modern Movement For The Next Generation Of Change Makers Welteroth Moves Beyond The Headlines And Highlight Reels To Share The Profound Lessons And Struggles Of Being A Barrier Breaker Across So Many Intersections As A Young Boss And Often The Only Black Woman In The Room, She S Had Enough Of The World Telling Her And All Women They Re Not Enough As She Learns To Rely On Herself By Looking Both Inward And Upward, We Re Ultimately Reminded That We Re Than Enough.

10 thoughts on “More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say)

  1. says:

    Wow, I have to say Wow This book really put some things into perspective for me Some which I knew already, being a woman, and the challenges we face everyday in the work place and life and even touch on the MeToo movement It also really helped open my eyes to some amazing pieces I wasn t aware of for the Black community There are so many beautiful inspiring stories in this book, I recommend it to all my friends I

  2. says:

    Since Elaine is a new judge on Project Runway, I wanted to hear her story, but assumed I would skim through this book just to get the gist of it I ended up reading every word Loved it.

  3. says:

    Wow This book I have no words and so many words about why I loved this book so much Elaine Welteroth is truly an inspiration for so many reasons, and getting to read her story in her beautifully written words I am thankful for the experience Her rise to Editor In Chief of Vogue is extraordinary She even says in the book that people are often interested in the results and the firsts, but now the hustle it takes to get there For me as

  4. says:

    Holy shit, go read this book Welteroth is a formidable talent and her memoir is raw and honest, equal parts confession and advice Totally inspiring and bad ass Ending the first day of the 24in48readathon at 6 hours and 20 minutes, not too shabby

  5. says:

    Never has a memoir made me feel so seen and motivated More Than Enough is a book that will resonate with any minority who has ever felt invisible, any woman who s ever been in a shitty relationship, and any young budding millennial activist trying to pave their way through their professional field Elaine is nothing short of an icon I could easily read this book a thousand times over.

  6. says:

    So many quoteable moments in this book Really inspiring and helpful for people from all walks of life

  7. says:

    This was a lovely and lovingly crafted memoir that both took me inside an unfamiliar world with someone I was only vaguely familiar with, a welcome bit of kinship in the places where my experience overlapped, and a inspirational charge to be unapologetic in who you are and what you want especially if you come from a marginalized community.As a white cisgendered heterosexual woman this book was another piece of storytelling I needed to hear in order to continue to gain aw

  8. says:

    This book went beyond what I could have imagined It was excellent I was hesitant to read it because memoirs aren t my thing and I wondered what could a thirty year old millennial possibly be talking about that would make me want to read her The answer was alot Elaine writes with raw emotion about the challenges of being a black girl in this world She chronicles her life growing up Biracial on the west coast and how she never felt good enough or black enough Her teen and early colle

  9. says:

    When announced in the fall that Elaine Welteroth would be publishing a memoir, I immediately had this title on pre order We ve seen her take over as Teen Vogue s EIC only the second black woman in Conde Nast s history , as a guest producer on Grownish, and a beloved judge on Bravo s Project Runway We all know that she is a boss, but down to the core, who is Elaine Welteroth For those that truly know me, you know that I can t get through a non fiction read unless on audio I truly enjoyed this

  10. says:

    AmazingI teared up so many times reading this book I felt seen through Elaine s words I didn t realize how much I needed to hear I am than enough and Elaine s book really inspired me to believe it and keep saying it.

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