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Based on her inspiring, viral 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College’s graduates in New York City, New York Times bestselling author, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach delivers her empowering rally cry for women to unleash their individual power, unite with their pack, and emerge victorious together. Abby Wambach became a champion Based on her inspiring, viral 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College’s graduates in New York City, New York Times bestselling author, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach delivers her empowering rally cry for women to unleash their individual power, unite with their pack, and emerge victorious together. Abby Wambach became a champion because of her incredible talent as a soccer player. She became an icon because of her remarkable wisdom as a leader. As the co-captain of the 2015 Women’s World Cup Champion Team, she created a culture not just of excellence, but of honor, commitment, resilience, and sisterhood. She helped transform a group of individual women into one of the most successful, powerful and united Wolfpacks of all time. In her retirement, Abby’s ready to do the same for her new team: All Women Everywhere. In Wolfpack, Abby’s message to women is: We have never been Little Red Riding Hood. We Are the Wolves. We must wander off the path and blaze a new one: together. She insists that women must let go of old rules of leadership that neither include or serve them. She’s created a new set of Wolfpack rules to help women unleash their individual power, unite with their Wolfpack, and change the landscape of their lives and world: from the family room to the board room to the White House. · Make failure your fuel: Transform failure to wisdom and power. · Lead from the bench: Lead from wherever you are. · Champion each other: Claim each woman’s victory as your own. · Demand the effing ball: Don’t ask permission: take what you’ve earned. In Abby’s vision, we are not Little Red Riding Hoods, staying on the path because we’re told to. We are the wolves, fighting for a better tomorrow for ourselves, our pack, and all the future wolves who will come after us.


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Based on her inspiring, viral 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College’s graduates in New York City, New York Times bestselling author, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach delivers her empowering rally cry for women to unleash their individual power, unite with their pack, and emerge victorious together. Abby Wambach became a champion Based on her inspiring, viral 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College’s graduates in New York City, New York Times bestselling author, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach delivers her empowering rally cry for women to unleash their individual power, unite with their pack, and emerge victorious together. Abby Wambach became a champion because of her incredible talent as a soccer player. She became an icon because of her remarkable wisdom as a leader. As the co-captain of the 2015 Women’s World Cup Champion Team, she created a culture not just of excellence, but of honor, commitment, resilience, and sisterhood. She helped transform a group of individual women into one of the most successful, powerful and united Wolfpacks of all time. In her retirement, Abby’s ready to do the same for her new team: All Women Everywhere. In Wolfpack, Abby’s message to women is: We have never been Little Red Riding Hood. We Are the Wolves. We must wander off the path and blaze a new one: together. She insists that women must let go of old rules of leadership that neither include or serve them. She’s created a new set of Wolfpack rules to help women unleash their individual power, unite with their Wolfpack, and change the landscape of their lives and world: from the family room to the board room to the White House. · Make failure your fuel: Transform failure to wisdom and power. · Lead from the bench: Lead from wherever you are. · Champion each other: Claim each woman’s victory as your own. · Demand the effing ball: Don’t ask permission: take what you’ve earned. In Abby’s vision, we are not Little Red Riding Hoods, staying on the path because we’re told to. We are the wolves, fighting for a better tomorrow for ourselves, our pack, and all the future wolves who will come after us.

30 review for WOLFPACK: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

    I don't usually review books, but as I read through this book I was disappointed, here's why: -If you watched the commencement speech, you've pretty much read the book. There wasn't a lot of new information or expansion of the ideas brought up in the speech. -This book could be about half the page count if they didn't have it double spaced and a bunch of blank pages thrown in. -There were good ideas proposed but no actionable steps to get there. I feel like as a leadership book, this falls flat. A I don't usually review books, but as I read through this book I was disappointed, here's why: -If you watched the commencement speech, you've pretty much read the book. There wasn't a lot of new information or expansion of the ideas brought up in the speech. -This book could be about half the page count if they didn't have it double spaced and a bunch of blank pages thrown in. -There were good ideas proposed but no actionable steps to get there. I feel like as a leadership book, this falls flat. As a rallying cry to look at an issue it is pretty good, but if you have watched her speech, it's not new.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Fuck yeah, Abby. Listen to this while you clean your refrigerator, when you can't sleep at night, when men are men, when you're eating ice cream; whatever. "The entire landscape changed all because of the wolves presence. See what happened there? The wolves, who were feared by many to be a threat to the system, became the system's salvation. Now look around you today, see what's happening here...we are the one's we've been waiting for." Fuck yeah, Abby. Listen to this while you clean your refrigerator, when you can't sleep at night, when men are men, when you're eating ice cream; whatever. "The entire landscape changed all because of the wolves presence. See what happened there? The wolves, who were feared by many to be a threat to the system, became the system's salvation. Now look around you today, see what's happening here...we are the one's we've been waiting for."

  3. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    It's a short book, but a book doesn't have to be long to be powerful. I read this, curious, because a co-worker was super excited about it - then I saw her talking with Trevor Noah. I found myself underlining one passage in each section - not for myself as much, but for my 12yo daughter. She is a competitive gymnast, can be afraid of her power and her fear of failure - and Abby says a lot about both of those in this book. She's right - as women, we far too often find ourselves *grateful* for wha It's a short book, but a book doesn't have to be long to be powerful. I read this, curious, because a co-worker was super excited about it - then I saw her talking with Trevor Noah. I found myself underlining one passage in each section - not for myself as much, but for my 12yo daughter. She is a competitive gymnast, can be afraid of her power and her fear of failure - and Abby says a lot about both of those in this book. She's right - as women, we far too often find ourselves *grateful* for what we have, devaluing ourselves and our work in the process. We deserve better, we can be better, and together we can make that happen.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nerdette Podcast

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  5. 4 out of 5

    Laura Noggle

    Decent empowerment speech / "rallying cry" for women. I had to Google Abby Wambach when I picked up this book, as I had only the faintest idea who she was. With the recent USA Women's World Cup win, this seemed like a timely read. Apparently WOLFPACK is basically the commencement address Wambach gave at Barnard College in 2018. At a meager 112 pages, it has some nice quote-ables but not much depth. Quotes: “Leadership is taking care of yourself and empowering others to do the same. Leadership is n Decent empowerment speech / "rallying cry" for women. I had to Google Abby Wambach when I picked up this book, as I had only the faintest idea who she was. With the recent USA Women's World Cup win, this seemed like a timely read. Apparently WOLFPACK is basically the commencement address Wambach gave at Barnard College in 2018. At a meager 112 pages, it has some nice quote-ables but not much depth. Quotes: “Leadership is taking care of yourself and empowering others to do the same. Leadership is not a position to earn, it’s an inherent power to claim. Leadership is the blood that runs through your veins—it’s born in you. It’s not the privilege of a few, it is the right and responsibility of all. Leader is not a title that the world gives to you—it’s an offering that you give to the world.” “Failure is not something to be ashamed of—nor is it proof of unworthiness. Failure is something to be powered by. When we live afraid to fail, we don’t take risks. We don’t bring our entire selves to the table—so we end up failing before we even begin. Let’s stop worrying: What if I fail? Instead, let’s promise ourselves: When I fail, I’ll stick around.”

  6. 4 out of 5

    Katie (katieladyreads)

    the audio of this was fun, but it's just her commencement speech, not really a book. I like her ideas. the audio of this was fun, but it's just her commencement speech, not really a book. I like her ideas.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not regurgitate the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it. Based on her inspiring, viral 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College’s graduates in New York City, New York Times bestselling author, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach delivers her empowering rally cry for women to unleash their individual power, uni received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not regurgitate the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it. Based on her inspiring, viral 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College’s graduates in New York City, New York Times bestselling author, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach delivers her empowering rally cry for women to unleash their individual power, unite with their pack, and emerge victorious together. Abby Wambach became a champion because of her incredible talent as a soccer player. She became an icon because of her remarkable wisdom as a leader. As the co-captain of the 2015 Women’s World Cup Champion Team, she created a culture not just of excellence, but of honour, commitment, resilience, and sisterhood. She helped transform a group of individual women into one of the most successful, powerful and united .wolfpacks of all time. In her retirement, Abby’s ready to do the same for her new team: All Women Everywhere. In Wolfpack, Abby’s message to women is: We have never been Little Red Riding Hood. We Are the Wolves. We must wander off the path and blaze a new one: together. She insists that women must let go of old rules of leadership that neither include or serve them. She’s created a new set of Wolfpack rules to help women unleash their individual power, unite with their Wolfpack, and change the landscape of their lives and their world: from the family room to the board room to the White House. · Make failure your fuel: Transform failure to wisdom and power. · Lead from the bench: Lead from wherever you are. · Champion each other: Claim each woman’s victory as your own. · Demand the effing ball: Don’t ask permission: take what you’ve earned. In Abby’s vision, we are not Little Red Riding Hoods, staying on the path because we’re told to. We are the wolves, fighting for a better tomorrow for ourselves, our pack, and all the future wolves who will come after us. Okay, that is a very long and overly detailed description for a book: in some ways, why read the book when you have read the synopsis? Here is my picky point: if you do not admit that you do not have POWER then why would you need to power up (sorry, pun time) and get it? Okay, maybe that was bitchy but I did not really get much out of this book: sure, it inspiring, but it was a rant to me I said that my review would be honest: the book was just not MY cup of tea! As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of Instagram and Twitter) so let's give it some cups of matcha: 🍵🍵 p.s. side note; my wee nephew wanted to know why it wasn't the wombat pack ... he kept misreading the author's name. LOL.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brooke Smith

    Wow! Wow! Wow! A fierce and powerful read about all relevant issues! How to stand by your side, and finding your tribe. Quick read that is honest and humble! I'm reading it with my kids, giving it to my friends! Thank you, Abby for your message! Wow! Wow! Wow! A fierce and powerful read about all relevant issues! How to stand by your side, and finding your tribe. Quick read that is honest and humble! I'm reading it with my kids, giving it to my friends! Thank you, Abby for your message!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Fran

    So grateful I picked this up. I was unfamiliar with the original speech that went viral, so this was completely new and raw and beautifully simple and wholly complex that I need to challenge myself to read it at least annually.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amy | Foxy Blogs

    A quick read that is based on Ms. Wambach's 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College's graduates. https://youtu.be/wJe40l2waxs Ms. Wambach has 8 new rules to live by. She lays out the old rule and provides a new one that allows for growth and motivation. example Old Rule: Be grateful for what you have. New Rule: Be grateful for what you have and demand what you deserve. A quick read that is based on Ms. Wambach's 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College's graduates. https://youtu.be/wJe40l2waxs Ms. Wambach has 8 new rules to live by. She lays out the old rule and provides a new one that allows for growth and motivation. example Old Rule: Be grateful for what you have. New Rule: Be grateful for what you have and demand what you deserve.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    I listened to the audio. I need a physical copy so I can mark it up. So. Good.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Mcknight

    This was a short book and a quick read. While I agree with many of her principles, in my opinion it doesn't deserve to be a book (I'm glad I checked it out of the library and didn't purchase it). It's more like a pamphlet with some principles to motivate women. This was a short book and a quick read. While I agree with many of her principles, in my opinion it doesn't deserve to be a book (I'm glad I checked it out of the library and didn't purchase it). It's more like a pamphlet with some principles to motivate women.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nan Goerlitz

    Quick, short read. I really enjoyed it, especially because it was easy to digest. Even with that, it was packed with insightful content.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Belcher

    It is absolutely no secret that I love Abby and the women’s national team. I’ve been meaning to pick this up for awhile and decided to do the audio because she reads it herself. It’s only about an hour long but I found it to be really impactful. I remember that “hell yeah” feeling after hearing the speech that this is derived from (though I think I heard a snippet and not the whole thing?). So while the messaging was familiar, I felt no less inspired.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    4.5 stars- a super quick and powerful book about believing in yourself, not being afraid to fail, and working with your “Wolfpack” to be the best you can be. I could definitely read this book again with a highlighter for pearls of wisdom to display prominently in places for reminders. I found myself thinking- oooh, I should write that down. Whether you agree with the author on every issue or not, this book is filled with insight. And I loved it. Also- I am not a soccer fan and have no idea what 4.5 stars- a super quick and powerful book about believing in yourself, not being afraid to fail, and working with your “Wolfpack” to be the best you can be. I could definitely read this book again with a highlighter for pearls of wisdom to display prominently in places for reminders. I found myself thinking- oooh, I should write that down. Whether you agree with the author on every issue or not, this book is filled with insight. And I loved it. Also- I am not a soccer fan and have no idea what she has or hasn’t accomplished in her sport. You really don’t have to care about soccer to love this book and appreciate her wisdom.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Read Harder 2019: Business Book This book is super short (<100 pages) and a very fast read, but I really enjoyed reading a book on leadership from a uniquely female perspective. Many of the ideas Wambach outlines are ways that I (hopefully) already lead. And I finished the book feeling reminded that I need to seek out my pack - I need to work to feel less lonely and surround myself with women who are learning their own best way to lead. I especially like Wambach's assertion that just like environm Read Harder 2019: Business Book This book is super short (<100 pages) and a very fast read, but I really enjoyed reading a book on leadership from a uniquely female perspective. Many of the ideas Wambach outlines are ways that I (hopefully) already lead. And I finished the book feeling reminded that I need to seek out my pack - I need to work to feel less lonely and surround myself with women who are learning their own best way to lead. I especially like Wambach's assertion that just like environmentalists were worried about introducing wolves into Yellowstone - only to find the whole ecosystem flourished with them, our world is afraid of the power of women and it's exactly what our world needs to flourish. If this book had been longer - with perhaps some concrete suggestions for how to implement some of these ideas - I would have given it four stars. Even as is, it merits three stars for the way these ideas encouraged and inspired me.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ramona Mead

    The presentation is a little cheesy, but the message is solid. It's a short book, which allows it to be to the point and pack a lot of punch. I appreciate how she illustrated her points with personal examples. The idea that we are all leaders whether we realize it or not, hit me hard. This is a book that came to me at an ideal time. It's entirely positive and motivating. I listened to the audio book, which probably gave it a little more emotional heft. Since it's just about an hour long, I plan The presentation is a little cheesy, but the message is solid. It's a short book, which allows it to be to the point and pack a lot of punch. I appreciate how she illustrated her points with personal examples. The idea that we are all leaders whether we realize it or not, hit me hard. This is a book that came to me at an ideal time. It's entirely positive and motivating. I listened to the audio book, which probably gave it a little more emotional heft. Since it's just about an hour long, I plan to listen to it again before it returns to the library, so I can remember some of the lines that resonated with me most.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    I pre-ordered my copy of Wolfpack so that it was delivered the day it was released, which was today, by the way. And not 10 minutes after it arrived on my doorstep, I was already reading it. This book is teeny, tiny. I read it in like an hour. But it's contents are huge. Abby Wambach has incredibly important things to share with this world. It's definitely worth taking the time to read this powerful little message. I pre-ordered my copy of Wolfpack so that it was delivered the day it was released, which was today, by the way. And not 10 minutes after it arrived on my doorstep, I was already reading it. This book is teeny, tiny. I read it in like an hour. But it's contents are huge. Abby Wambach has incredibly important things to share with this world. It's definitely worth taking the time to read this powerful little message.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Holly's Little Book Reviews

    I am not a soccer person... or really a sports person... but I needed this book after hearing about Abby's mission to create change in our world. This is a must read for EVERYONE. Everyone. It's short, impactful lessons on how everyone can be a leader and a better human. Concise but still packed with important words. I can't wait for the young readers edition so I can share this with my kids. I am not a soccer person... or really a sports person... but I needed this book after hearing about Abby's mission to create change in our world. This is a must read for EVERYONE. Everyone. It's short, impactful lessons on how everyone can be a leader and a better human. Concise but still packed with important words. I can't wait for the young readers edition so I can share this with my kids.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Regina

    I don’t follow soccer nor know much about the author, but I picked this up at the recommendation of Brene Brown. There were many touching and inspirational moments, but ultimately this super slim book wasn’t all that necessary. You can just watch the commencement speech upon which it was based.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Vicky Griffith

    I am obsessed with Abby’s in-real-life Wolfpack so these stars are for her extraordinary efforts to raise up women. The book is just an intro.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    A step, but not much, above trash. Thankfully it was short.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Patience K Phillips

    Abby Wambach’s Wolfpack: how to come together, unleash our power, and change the game had me at, “It’s your time.” p. 7 What I really like about this sweet simple concise read is mostly how impactful the guide posts are: 1. Create your own path 2. Be grateful for what you have ANd demand what you deserve. 3. Lead now - from wherever you are. 4. Failure means you're finally IN the game. 5. Be FOR each other. 6. Believe in yourself. Demand the ball. 7. Lead with humanity. Cultivate Leaders. 8. You're not Abby Wambach’s Wolfpack: how to come together, unleash our power, and change the game had me at, “It’s your time.” p. 7 What I really like about this sweet simple concise read is mostly how impactful the guide posts are: 1. Create your own path 2. Be grateful for what you have ANd demand what you deserve. 3. Lead now - from wherever you are. 4. Failure means you're finally IN the game. 5. Be FOR each other. 6. Believe in yourself. Demand the ball. 7. Lead with humanity. Cultivate Leaders. 8. You're not alone. You've got your pack. The final page before the above list leads me to consider although Abby lists what we can create, she leaves the reader with their responsibility for how with others possessing similar values. P. 92 So don't just asking yourself, “What do I want to do?” ask yourself: “Who do I want to be?” The most important thing I’ve learned is that what you do will never define you for long. Who you are always will. We are the Wolves. There is magic inside us. There is power among us. Let’s unleash and unite. Let’s storm the valleys together, and change the game forever. This is a compact short book. Reminds me of Make Your Bed, by Admiral McRaven. This book is a shorter, different autobiographical narrative, but the same enthusiasm to succeed through personal and societal cliffs and valleys with a circle of others we trust. Overall enjoyed this book. I'd had it on the shelf since March. Felt compelled to #JustDoIt today. Glad I did. Felt a little like a sabbatical from books that usually take days. Although began in print, switched to Audible to be with the author one on one since Ms. Wambach is the narrator. Listening felt a great depth of relationship to her story and how it relates to me, the reader, and my journey. Like two friends hanging out. Teammates encouraging the other. Might sound weird, but for some authors I listen to this is the image I'm getting from them. If you are a man or woman, either or this would be a great book to feel encouraged, tone-setting, an eight-point guidepost to reset for the goal post :) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️🚀

  24. 5 out of 5

    Westminster Library

    This short guide for women claiming their power is so inspiring. Abby Wambach, the highest scoring professional soccer players ever, gives practical, down to earth tips while sharing her own experiences. This would be a great gift for any woman starting out on a new adventure. Find Wolfpack: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game at Westminster Public Library today! If you enjoy Wolfpack, you might also like Daring Greatly by Brene Brown Both books inspire one with the courage This short guide for women claiming their power is so inspiring. Abby Wambach, the highest scoring professional soccer players ever, gives practical, down to earth tips while sharing her own experiences. This would be a great gift for any woman starting out on a new adventure. Find Wolfpack: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game at Westminster Public Library today! If you enjoy Wolfpack, you might also like Daring Greatly by Brene Brown Both books inspire one with the courage to act to do great things. And if you are in search of new books to read, try our services, What Do I Read Next. Our library staff are standing by to create a personalized recommendation list for you! Quotes: "There was a moment in every soccer game when I'd feel the energy shift toward me. Whether it was a morale boost, a momentum swing, or a goal that we needed- it was my job to make it happen. When I felt that shift, I'd say silently to myself: Let's go, Abby. It's your time."

  25. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    A short book based on a commencement speech. It packs a powerful punch we all need, with encouragement to be authentic, forge our own paths and move forward towards a kinder world.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I loved this short book! I totally missed Abby's viral commencement speech from 2018, so I'm glad she expanded it a bit into this book. I love her main message and her "new rules": New Rules: 1. Create your own path. 2. Be grateful for what you have AND demand what you deserve. 3. Lead now, from wherever you are. 4. Failure means you're finally in the game. 5. Be FOR each other. 6. Believe in yourself, demand the ball. 7. Lead with humanity; cultivate leaders. 8. You are not alone, you've got your pack. I loved this short book! I totally missed Abby's viral commencement speech from 2018, so I'm glad she expanded it a bit into this book. I love her main message and her "new rules": New Rules: 1. Create your own path. 2. Be grateful for what you have AND demand what you deserve. 3. Lead now, from wherever you are. 4. Failure means you're finally in the game. 5. Be FOR each other. 6. Believe in yourself, demand the ball. 7. Lead with humanity; cultivate leaders. 8. You are not alone, you've got your pack.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Katy

    If I could give this 10 stars, I would.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kate (kate_reads_)

    Wolfpack is a quick, powerful read with some very strong messages for women. The book grew out of Abby Wambach’s 2018 commencement speech to Barnard’s graduating class. This book would make a great graduation gift or “just because” gift to women you know who need a quick pep talk and reminder of their power and leadership. To end with a quote from the book: “There is a wolf inside of every woman. Her wolf is who she was made to be before the world told her who to be. Her wolf is her talent, her po Wolfpack is a quick, powerful read with some very strong messages for women. The book grew out of Abby Wambach’s 2018 commencement speech to Barnard’s graduating class. This book would make a great graduation gift or “just because” gift to women you know who need a quick pep talk and reminder of their power and leadership. To end with a quote from the book: “There is a wolf inside of every woman. Her wolf is who she was made to be before the world told her who to be. Her wolf is her talent, her power, her dreams, her voice, her curiosity, her courage, her dignity, her choices - her truest identity.” Thank you to Netgalley and Celadon for the advance copy in exchange for my honest review.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    YES. “If we follow the rules we’ve always followed, the game will remain the same. Old ways of thinking will never help us build a new world.” “There is a wolf inside of every woman. Her wolf is who she was made to be before the world told her who to be.” “CALL TO THE WOLFPACK: Be grateful. But do not JUST be grateful. Be grateful AND brave. Be grateful AND ambitious. Be grateful AND righteous. Be grateful AND persistent. Be grateful AND loud. Be grateful for what you have AND demand what you deserve.” “You YES. “If we follow the rules we’ve always followed, the game will remain the same. Old ways of thinking will never help us build a new world.” “There is a wolf inside of every woman. Her wolf is who she was made to be before the world told her who to be.” “CALL TO THE WOLFPACK: Be grateful. But do not JUST be grateful. Be grateful AND brave. Be grateful AND ambitious. Be grateful AND righteous. Be grateful AND persistent. Be grateful AND loud. Be grateful for what you have AND demand what you deserve.” “You will not always be the goal scorer. When you are not, you better be rushing toward her.” When you score, you better start pointing. When one of us falls, we support her rise. Lead now - from wherever you are. Let’s storm these valleys together. 💛

  30. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    This is a great, little inspirational read to be devoured in one quick sitting. I never watched or read her commencement address that precipitated and inspired this, but I certainly will now. And as a coach of my eight year old daughter's soccer and softball teams, I am inspired to share some of the "rules" and messages Wambach shares with my young players. I'll admit it sort of left me with an easier said than done type of feeling, but inspiring nonetheless. This is a great, little inspirational read to be devoured in one quick sitting. I never watched or read her commencement address that precipitated and inspired this, but I certainly will now. And as a coach of my eight year old daughter's soccer and softball teams, I am inspired to share some of the "rules" and messages Wambach shares with my young players. I'll admit it sort of left me with an easier said than done type of feeling, but inspiring nonetheless.

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