She’s been leaning in for four decades—but now, in between a major book tour and a possible history-making presidential run, Hillary Clinton is putting her feet up and offering “hard-earned” career lessons she says all young women should know. Below, read an excerpt of Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive’s interview with her fromGlamour’s September issue.
Hillary Rodham Clinton has been many things. You know the list: a lawyer, our First Lady, a senator, a presidential candidate, a pantsuit icon, a political lightning rod (remember health care in the 1990s?), the “most admired woman” in America (for the twelfth year running, according to Gallup), and, most recently, the most traveled secretary of state in American history, visiting 112 countries in that job and doing everything from fighting for human rights in Burma to facing criticism for the attack on the American compound in Benghazi, Libya. Read the More