The 10 Disruptive Women Leaders in 2021

From This Issue

From increasing productivity and enhancing collaboration, to inspiring organizational dedication and decreasing employee burnout, the benefits of having women in the workplace are well documented.

When women become leaders, they provide a different set of skills, imaginative perspectives, and, importantly, structural and cultural differences that drive effective solutions. In bringing a creative standpoint, a new sense of awareness will also follow to unplug the finer details that may go unmissed from the naked eye.


Neuroscience can help you understand exactly how unique your brain is, while harnessing its power to create the most authentic version of yourself and your life.


Zoe Share, CEO, Daddy Digest

Zoe Share’s big goal behind creating a step-by-step guide for daddies to thrive

Daddy’s Digest allows readers to experience parenting from a different perspective. The purpose is to shift the narrative surrounding the father's role in parenting.

Amy Weber

Amy Weber: Changing the real-estate for the greater good

To leave that comfort zone of knowing that you are a pretty big fish to going into an Ocean of giants is scary, but it ultimately pushed me to become 100 times better than I ever thought possible.

Isabela Penagos: Leading with passion

Isabela Penagos: Leading with passion

My mission is to raise more cattle in an ethical and environmentally friendly manner.

Melissa Gutierrez-Sullivan: Leading the Movement for a Better Future

We all have our strengths and I think it’s important to be true to ourselves, while still learning from each other.

Debbie Rosas, Disruptive Women Leader, Perceptivx Magazine

Debbie Rosas explains why ‘through movement, we find health’

The body is the most important relationship you’re ever going to have. And your body is the most precious thing that you own.


Three gift boxes wrapped in shiny red plastic wrapping

The costs and benefits of the gifts aren’t what they seem

Gift exchanges may seem wasteful and impractical. However research reveals, the costs and benefits of gift-giving aren’t what they seem.

Climate crisis is transforming the meaning of ‘sustainability’ in business

Businesses tend to value profit over people and planet. Climate crisis is forcing an evolution, a business strategy expert writes.

The Rise and Rise of Drone Warfare!

Strategically, autonomous weapons are a military dream. They let a military scale its operations unhindered by manpower constraints.


Image of Earth wearing a surgical mask

Preventing future pandemics

Prevention recognizes the interrelations between the health of humans, other animals, and their shared environments. It should be integrated in the international treaty on pandemics.

Why pandemic-driven job loss may be the next health crisis

The health harms of pandemic-driven mass unemployment will persist for decades, even after people find new jobs.

A women using measuring to check her waist size.

Some celebrity diets are actually helpful. A history

The word diet originates from the Greek dieta. Celebrity diets are nothing new, they were popular centuries ago, a trip through history shows.

A man try to cool from extreme heat by drinking water

The negative health effects of extreme heat need to be mitigated. Here’s why

The general limit of heat we should live in is 35°C wet-bulb temperature, which is a measure of both air temperature and humidity. Beyond this, the body struggles to cool itself.

A picture of E-cigarettes

FDA have approved E-cigarettes: Positive and Negatives

Three tobacco-flavored cartridges and a vaping device have been approved by the FDA for sale in the US. It comes after a decade long debate over e-cigarettes.


Technology has brought significant changes to the way we use language. Five ways the internet era has changed British English

Neo-English: How the internet has changed communication

Technology has brought significant changes to the way we use language. Five ways the internet era has changed British English

Police forces around the world, are using facial AI to identify persons of interest . The public, while wary, are generally supportive.

The key to people’s support for police use of facial recognition is information

Point-source carbon capture our best option, and involves scrubbing CO₂ from exhaust gases in the chimneys of factories and power plants.

A striking feature of the report is the relatively brief treatment of ‘green’ technologies.

Do Australia’s right to repair laws go far enough

A striking feature of the report is the relatively brief treatment of ‘green’ technologies.

A girl wearing headphones against a pink background.

What makes for a good pair of headphones. How to choose?

A professional musician and acoustics researcher explains how the science of sound and quirks of human hearing make for a great listening experience.




The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

-Robert Frost


What kind of thoughts now, do you carry
In your travels day by day
Are they bright and lofty visions,
Or neglected, gone astray?

Matters not how great in fancy,
Or what deeds of skill you’ve wrought;
Man, though high may be his station,
Is no better than his thoughts.

Catch your thoughts and hold them tightly,
Let each one an honor be;
Purge them, scourge them, burnish brightly,
Then in love set each one free.

-Myra Viola Wilds

The Garden

My heart is a garden tired with autumn,
Heaped with bending asters and dahlias heavy and dark,
In the hazy sunshine, the garden remembers April,
The drench of rains and a snow-drop quick and clear as a spark;

Daffodils blowing in the cold wind of morning,
And golden tulips, goblets holding the rain,
The garden will be hushed with snow, forgotten soon, forgotten,
After the stillness, will spring come again?

-Sara Teasdale

The Circus

O, the circus parade! O, the circus parade!
It lays all the politics back in the shade,
And the merchants forget that they’ve got any trade,
While many remember they’ve never been paid
As they rushed out to look at the circus parade;
And preachers who used to be terribly staid
Yell just like boys at the circus parade.
Every one’s there, both the mistress and maid,
All looking on at the circus parade.

And out at the grounds, when you’ve seen the parade,
How delicious it is to drink pink lemonade;
And look at the elephant twirling his trunk,
And laugh at the capers cut by the monk;
Watch the old clown who is acting a dunce,
And try hard to see three rings going at once;
Gaze at the ringmaster cracking his whip,
And watch the tight-rope artist skip.
I saw that circus, Yes Sirree!
Saw about enough for three.

-Edwin C. Ranck


“The purpose of our lives is to be happy.”

-Dalai Lama

“I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best.”

-Marilyn Monroe

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”

-Mae West

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

-Maya Angelou

“If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.”

-Mark Twain