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Publisher's Summary

A bold and unabashed guide to finding your voice, harnessing your true desires, and leading the life you really want.

Women are tired of worrying that they are being "too loud" if they speak up and say what they believe, want, or need and are ready to feel their power and make themselves heard. A certified life coach and author of the best seller How to Stop Feeling Like Shit, Andrea Owen knows that this is absolutely attainable if women can channel their righteous anger and desire. But she also knows that they'll need to disrupt a status quo in which women have been conditioned and socialized to remain on the sidelines and to put others before themselves. With all of the expertise of a veteran feminist and hell-raiser and the relatability of a dear friend, Make Some Noise will push women to step outside of rigid societal expectations and show them how to take back control of their lives and make them all their own.

In Make Some Noise, Owen deconstructs common behavior patterns that sabotage our power as women and instead suggests new behaviors for creating a life that truly serves our desires and needs. From unlearning the notion that women should stay quiet and take up little space to trusting your inner wisdom, Make Some Noise is a raw and honest guidebook, and ultimately, a call to arms.

©2021 Andrea Owen (P)2021 Penguin Audio

What the critics say

"The ultimate guide to getting your shit together, written by the best shit stirrer I know. Andrea does it again with a book that is as equally thought provoking as it is transformative. Every woman needs a copy, and should gift a copy to that friend that needs that little nudge to shine a little brighter and talk a little louder." (Rachel DeAlto, author of Relatable: How to Connect with Anyone Anywhere (Even If It Scares You))

“Andrea Owen and her book, Make Some Noise are the slap on the ass you didn't know you needed. She'll take you from feeling as if you are somehow not 'enough' to feeling perfectly equipped to stand up, speak up, and step all the way into your power. You'll want to buy this book for all the women in your life!” (Susan Hyatt, author of Bare

“Now more than ever, women need to come together, own our strength, rise up and empower ourselves and each other. This book is the essential road map to get us there. It's raw, relatable, activating, soul-stirring and a MUST read for every woman on the planet.” (Shannon Kaiser, author of The Self-Love Experiment

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  • Molly
  • 2021-09-13

Yes!

This book should be required reading! I’ve read and listened to 100s of personal development books, and this one needs to be a priority on your list!

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  • Katherine L.
  • 2021-09-12

Amazing!!!!

Pre ordered this book after hearing Andrea Owen on podcast @overandonwithit by ChristineHassler . Andrea Owen does not disappoint and provides an eye opening reminder or new way to think and rethink about life.Live the practical, thought provoking and vulnerable messaging, Thank you ! Getting ready to listen again :-) PS. Also enjoying your podcas @makesimenoise

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  • veggie4711
  • 2021-09-11

Are you to ready act?

This book is for people who want to take action. The authors shares anecdotes to demonstrates how readers can take action. She also gives readers steps to start the process of change. Some topics include self-confidence, communication, unlearning cultural indoctrinations, setting time aside for relaxation and fun while still having meaningful goals, patriarchy, empowerment, and participating in cultural change as an individual. Although it is addressed to women, men would acquire insight from reading or listening to it. As a bonus, this book comes with some useful worksheets to guide readers’ progress.