First, before you don that cape you must be able to juggle work and family. So, get out your cell phone and try balancing it on your shoulder while you diaper a baby. Even if you don't have children this is a great exercise for becoming a superwoman
. Second, go to your closet and begin dressing in the perfect outfit that will take you from the school play, to the office boardroom, to the partner meeting, to the after work cocktail reception with potential new clients, to the dinner with a new interested boyfriend/playmate (you-know-what-I-mean-friend)-the outfit that says I am woman hear me roar. And third, find your voice. Every superwoman must find her voice
and make sure that she is heard at the office, at home and everywhere in-between. She needs to speak up and make sure that her ideas are not only heard loud and clear, but often accepted and applied and executed. In my experience a superwoman is not born she is coached. Before I was able to put on my cape, I had a lot to learn. My first coach
was my Dad. When I was 5 years old he told me, "Vicki, you get up there and give a speech, and I did, and I have been talking ever since. I found my voice that day. So I put on my cape and I've been out recruiting other Superwoman of the world.