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Feedback is an opinion, grounded in observations and experiences, which allows us to know what impression we make on others.
Motivation comes from working on things we care about. It also comes from working with people we care about.
Women don't take enough risks. Men are just 'foot on the gas pedal.' We're not going to close the achievement gap until we close the ambition gap.
I'd like to see where boys and girls end up if they get equal encouragement - I think we might have some differences in how leadership is done.
We need more men to sit at the table... at the kitchen table.
Fortune does favor the bold and you'll never know what you're capable of if you don't try.
Each one of us is more than the worst thing we've ever done.
Communication works best when we combine appropriateness with authenticity, finding that sweet spot where opinions are not brutally honest but delicately honest.
We need to stop telling [women], "Get a mentor and you will excel." Instead, we need to tell them, "Excel and you will get a mentor.
It turns out that a husband who does the laundry, it's very romantic when you're older. And it's hard to believe when you're younger. But it's absolutely true.
We need more portrayals of women as competent professionals and happy mothers - or even happy professionals and competent mothers.
There is no perfect fit when you're looking for the next big thing to do. You have to take opportunities and make an opportunity fit for you, rather than the other way around.
Think personally, act communally.
He said that when you want to change things, you can't please everyone. If you do please everyone, you aren't making enough progress. Mark was right.
As a child I never thought about what I wanted to be, but I thought a lot about what I wanted to do.
The No. 1 impediment to women succeeding in the workforce is now in the home.
No wonder women don't negotiate as often as men. It's like trying to cross a minefield backward in high heels.
What would you do if you weren't afraid?
Our culture needs to find a robust image of female success that is first, not male, and second, not a white woman on the phone, holding a crying baby,
My grandfather had a paint store. It's what put my mom through college. Small business is part of my family history.
I'm sorry if this sounds harsh or surprises anyone, but this is where we are. If you want the outcome to be different, you will have to do something about it.
As more women lean in to their careers, more men need to lean in to their families. We need to encourage men to be more ambitious in their homes.
If I had to embrace a definition of success, it would be that success is making the best choices we can . . . and accepting them.
It takes a near act of rebellion for even a four-year-old to break away from society's expectations.
I don't believe we have a professional self Monday through Friday and a real self the rest of the time. It is all professional, and it is all personal.
Feeling threatened by others' choices pulls us all down. Instead, we should funnel our energy into breaking this cycle.
Women can enter (...) negotiations with the knowledge that showing concern for the common good, even as they negotiate for themselves, will strengthen their position.
If we push hard now, this next wave can be the last wave. In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders
Show me a woman without guilt and I'll show you a man
Whoever has the power takes the noun while the less powerful get an adjective. No one wants her achievements modified.We all just want to be the noun.
Writing about joyful experiences for just three days can improve people's moods and decrease their visits to health centers a full three months later.
Done is better than perfect.
We must raise both the ceiling and the floor.
In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders.
It is the ultimate luxury to combine passion and contribution. It's also a very clear path to happiness.
Women need to shift from thinking "I'm not ready to do that" to thinking "I want to do that- and I'll learn by doing it.
We cannot change what we are not aware of, and once we are aware, we cannot help but change.
Why to women have to decide between family and career if men don't even think about it?
But while compliant, raise-your-hand-and-speak-when-called-on behaviors might be rewarded in school, they are less valued in the workplace.
You have to take opportunities and make an opportunity fit for you, rather than the other way around.
A truly equal world would be one where women ran half our countries and companies and men ran half our homes. I believe that this would be a better world.
If more women are in leadership roles, we'll stop assuming they shouldn't be.
'Option B' draws not just on my story but on the research and stories of many people overcoming all kinds of adversity. No one should have to go through challenges and trauma alone.
Our discomfort with female leadership runs deep. We call little girls bossy. We never really call little boys bossy, because a boy is expected to lead, so it doesn't surprise or offend.
Every job will demand some sacrifice. The key is to avoid unnecessary sacrifice.
I'm not telling women to be like men. I'm telling us to evaluate what men and women do in the workforce and at home without the gender bias.