The Empowerment Project
by posted 02/12/2017

What would you do if you weren't afraid to fail?

That's the tough question we asked ourselves about 4 years ago when we embarked on this incredible journey to create The Empowerment Project. Our response was to make a film that celebrates strong female role models in a variety of career fields all across the United States. And here we are, over 350 community screenings around the world, 3 major brand sponsorships, several awards and accolades, and countless "I can't believe this is happening" moments - it's time! Time to share our film - the 99 min version - with the world in a major way.

Today, 1/17/17 marks our digital release of the film on iTunes, Amazon, and more!

Please watch the film, review it, and share it with your friends! Get a group together and make it a girls night, have a family screening of the film so you can discuss afterwards, or watch it all by yourself! We can't wait to hear what you think and keep the ripple effect going for years to come.

Check out a review of the film by One Film Fan:

"Overall, “The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things” was a revelation in documentary filmmaking for this reviewer, not just because of its wonderfully positive vibe, supremely relevant social message, and a excellently affecting music score, but also because it can truly be a model and incentive for anyone to be willing to look well beyond the unnecessary degradation of our fellow human beings and instead embrace the very question posed by Moshman here: “What would you do if you weren’t afraid to fail?”  I know I personally relate to this so amazingly well, and was glad to see someone else who did, and then did, and continues to do, something about it!"



Spare a tweet or post? We appreciate the love! Any variation of this, if you've seen the film tell us what you thought!

I can't wait to watch @The Empowerment Project Documentary on iTunes: http://apple.co/2g5pB7Z a film about inspiring women all across the US made by an all female film crew!


Finally @EmpowermentDocu which celebrates powerful women leaders across the US is on iTunes: http://apple.co/2g5pB7Z Watch, review & share!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the support near and far! The journey continues!

With love,



Sarah Moshman

The Empowerment Project & Losing Sight of Shore

847 707 6770

TEDx talk: Where Are All the Female Heroes?

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Biggest Myths in Softball
by posted 07/24/2015

  • The hands are considered part of the bat.  FALSE
    • If a batter is hit with a pitch on the hands, it is simply a dead ball and the batter is awarded first base. Remember that anytime a batter is hit, it is ALWAYS a dead ball. If the batter is swinging and the ball contacts her hands first, we have a DEAD BALL/ STRIKE. If the ball contacts the batter in the strike zone…same result – if it is the third strike in either of these cases – the batter is out.
  • The batter-runner must turn to her right after over-running first base.  FALSE
    • The runner is protected back to first base regardless of which way they turn as long as they don’t make an attempt or feint towards second base (umpire judgement).  Merely turning to the left, and/or being in fair territory, does NOT put the runner in jeopardy of being tagged out unless they make an attempt to advance to 2nd.  See ASA 8-7-H and 8-8-I.  Also ASA POE#32
  • The batter may not switch batter's boxes after two strikes.  FALSE
    • The batter may switch at any time in the count as long as she does not switch sides once the pitcher is on the rubber taking her signs.  See ASA 7-3-D
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