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    1. What These Female Business Leaders Learned From Motherhood and Applied to Their Successful Businesses

      What These Female Business Leaders Learned From Motherhood and Applied to Their Successful Businesses

      We often hear people say that your business is your baby? But what if you have a real baby? Can you take care of both during the same period?

      In this awesome article from Forbes, we learn a few ways experiences motherhood has helped female business leaders to grow their businesses. Here's what Christa Quarles, CEO of Open Table has to share:

      Motherhood has taught me when to keep pushing and when to let go. So much of parenting is wrestling with the dichotomy of when to push your child and when to let go and let them drive ...

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    2. Children As Young as 4 Years Old Are Already Aware of the Masculine Power Association

      Children As Young as 4 Years Old Are Already Aware of the Masculine Power Association

      Children are more in tune with power structures more than we ever thought.

      In this fascinating abstract published in Science Daily, researchers share some really intriguing findings on how children think.

      Here's a short excerpt:

      The power-masculinity association was observed in both boys and girls, and just as much in Lebanon as in France and Norway. However it was not significant in 3-year old children.

      It's a really thought-provoking study. Give the rest of it a read at the link below...

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    3. Women Entrepreneurs From Shark Tank Share Their Knowledge From the Show

      Women Entrepreneurs From Shark Tank Share Their Knowledge From the Show

      Shark Tank has become a beacon of hope for people dreaming of getting into entrepreneurship. This piece by Yitzi Weiner shares some of the most prominent female alumni's learnings from the show.

      This one from Tiffany Krumins is particularly interesting:

      Overnight growth is not always a good thing. Without a team and set processes, this type of growth can be extremely difficult to manage. Cashflow can also be hard to manage if you aren’t prepared. I’ve known many brands that grew at a steady pace and are still very strong. They took much longer to become “successful ...

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    4. Election Bans on Using Campaign Funds for Childcare Hinders Women From Taking the Plunge into Political Leadership

      Election Bans on Using Campaign Funds for Childcare Hinders Women From Taking the Plunge into Political Leadership

      Here's a thought-provoking article. It's called As more women run for office, child care remains a hurdle.

      There are some intriguing insights to be gleaned here. This one's particularly interesting:

      A congressional candidate in New York successfully petitioned the Federal Election Commission in 2018 to allow campaign money to help cover child care costs. But it applies only to those running for federal office.

      That leaves women in many states who are running for the Legislature, statewide positions like attorney general or local offices to find another way to pay for child care as they campaign, which ...

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    5. From Leading Lady to Leading Entrepreneur

      From Leading Lady to Leading Entrepreneur

      From a leading lady on the silver screen to a leading entrepreneur in the sidelines of an innovative luxury fragrance company, Michell Pfeiffer's journey is uber fascinating.

      This piece from Entrepreneur Online magazine tells us all about it. Here's a short excerpt:

      Pfeiffer was discouraged but not deterred. If there’s one thing Hollywood teaches -- even to legends -- it’s how to deal with rejection. “You never can get too comfortable,” she says. “I don’t care how famous you become, or successful; you think your last job may be your last job. And so you learn to ...

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    6. The Importance of Decisiveness

      The Importance of Decisiveness

      Analysis paralysis is a real thing. This is why decisiveness is a critical trait for leaders. Especially for women leaders because it's not a trait that's usually associated with women.

      Lolly Daskal offers some nuggets of wisdom here. This one's a particularly interesting one:

      Decisive leaders create a systematic mental order. They understand that decisiveness is a state of mind best created through mental clarity. They evaluate their options, decide on a plan of action and then stick to it. One of the best ways to become more decisive is to develop a system of thinking through ...

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    7. Getting More Women Into the Construction Industry

      Getting More Women Into the Construction Industry

      Create Australia published this fascinating article that we thought would make an excellent addition to your reading list. It's called “Breaking through the concrete ceiling”: How to get more women in construction. 

      In it, Charlotte Barkla shares some perceptive insights on women in the construction businessHere’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking: 

      It’s different to the glass ceiling, where you can see it but you can’t reach it. With the concrete ceiling, you can’t even see what’s on the other side – what’s in it for me? What could I be doing in construction ...

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    8. Getting into the Flow

      Getting into the Flow

      Have you ever heard of the flow? It's a state of mind where we're most productive.

      This Mind Valley article talks all about it. Here's an excerpt:

      By understanding the science of how the brain works, engineering a workplace that triggers flow state, and adopting certain company-wide mental models, we can create high-performance teams that outperform the competition consistently. 

      Interested in figuring out how to engineer your workplace for maximum efficiency? Just give this interesting piece a good read...

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    9. The Secret to Getting Paid Right

      The Secret to Getting Paid Right

      Here's a compelling article from Marie Forleo. It's called The Secret to Getting Paid: Knowing Your Worth & Overcoming Shame.

      In it, Marie gives us some interesting insights. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      When you trust the value that you offer, the outside world will take notice. Even better, you’ll stop settling for less and start asking for (and getting) more.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the Marie's uplifting message.

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    10. The Duchess of Sussex Wrote a Rousing Letter for the Association of Commonwealth Universities

      The Duchess of Sussex Wrote a Rousing Letter for the Association of Commonwealth Universities

      Glamour Magazine makes some really interesting points in this article. It's called Meghan Markle Just Wrote a Powerful Letter About Access to Higher Education.

      In it, Abby Gardner highlights the Duchess of Sussex's rousing letter to the Association of Commonwealth Universities. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Because education expands mind-sets, and those minds can then expand the scope of the world at large. From a micro to a macro level, it is with education that we see great change

      To read the article in its full context, take a look at the rest of it at ...

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    11. The Truth About Households In Which The Wives Earn Significantly More Than The Husbands

      The Truth About Households In Which The Wives Earn Significantly More Than The Husbands

      Here's an interesting piece from Good & Upworthy. It's called Men get increasingly stressed if their wives earn 'too much' money, study says.

      In it, Leo Shvedsky shares some interesting findings. Here's one:

      The study found that marriages where stress surpassed the 40 percent income level, even led to increased rates of cheating and divorce. Meaning, it's not just men feeling bad about falling behind economically, those bad feelings often lead to negative behavioral choices in response.

       Take a look at the rest of this fascinating piece for more information...

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    12. Jacinda Ardern Could Have Been Australasia's PM

      Jacinda Ardern Could Have Been Australasia's PM

      Found this interesting piece from The Guardian and it really challenged our curiosity. It’s called Jacinda Ardern Prime Minister of Australasia? If Only It Was That Simple.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      As Ardern’s oration displayed her mastery of her brief, more than one of the 2,000 people in the main hall was left wondering how Australia might fare under the prime ministership of Jacinda Ardern.

      While this may be dismissed as a fantasy in 2019, it was not always thus. In fact, when Melbourne Town Hall first opened in 1870 the ...

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    13. Habits for Success

      Habits for Success

      Discovered this interesting piece from The Female Entrepreneur Association and it really piqued our interest. It’s called Five Habits of Successful People.

      It has some really important points that we thought were helpful. Here’s one of them:

      From the world’s most successful billionaires to anyone with a full time job or family, we all have the same 24 hours every single day, so you have to be really mindful of what’s taking up your time and whether it’s in fact a good use of it or is just hindering your progress. Just be aware on ...

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    14. Gina Reinhart, One of the World's Wealthiest Women, on Hardwork and Becoming Wealthy

      Gina Reinhart, One of the World's Wealthiest Women, on Hardwork and Becoming Wealthy

      Gina Reinhart, one of Australia's wealthiest women, caught our attention in this Business Insider article. It's called World's Richest Woman Tells Jealous People To Drink Less And Work More.

      In this 2012 piece, she offers some hard truths. Here's one that really made us think:

      There is no monopoly on becoming a millionaire. If you’re jealous of those with more money, don’t just sit there and complain — do something to make more money for yourself — spend less time drinking, or smoking and socialising, and more time working.

      Take a look at the full article ...

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    15. Growing Your Business Without the Luxury of Time

      Growing Your Business Without the Luxury of Time

      Marie Forleo's got some really helpful advice once again with this unputdownable article. It's called How to Grow a Business When You're Short On Time.

      She makes some really interesting observations here. This one's particularly fascinating:

      Try not to panic during a business dry spell. Keeping a long-term view will help you stay grounded during the natural peaks and valleys, allowing you to make wiser, more intelligent decisions.

      Have a look at the rest of the article for more of Marie Forleo's insights.

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    16. Speaking Truth To Power Could Get You Elected

      Speaking Truth To Power Could Get You Elected

      Stumbled upon this interesting article from The Independent UK. It's called Woman Who Lost Job for the Middle-Finger Gesture to Trump Wins Election and Now Gets Power to Legislate Over His Golf Course.

      It shares some fascinating observations. Here’s one that’s particularly intriguing:

      While the 52-year-old's local campaign focussed on government accountability and school funding, her willingness to fight against the presidency proved to be a driving force behind her decision to stand.

      The rest of the article has more detail so do give it a go.

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    17. Sometimes, when people are not helping you, they are helping you more. You become independent. Be grateful for every experience.

      Sometimes, when people are not helping you, they are helping you more. You become independent. Be grateful for every experience.

      One gentleman shared that, his parents died when he was small and he grew up with his uncle. His Uncle had his own business and he grew up with the thought that he would become a part of it. As soon as he completed college, his uncle asked him to leave home and find his own way. He was shocked ...

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    18. How to Effectively Resolve Conflict in the Workplace

      How to Effectively Resolve Conflict in the Workplace

      Here's a compelling article from the Hult Business School. It's called How to Handle Conflict Resolution at Work.

      In it, Christian Mills shares some interesting observations. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Never let a conflict fester. Don’t just pretend there’s been a resolution. Even if both sides have come together and agreed to a compromise, make sure that you bring the event to an official close with a letter or an email sent to the involved parties. Thank them for their understanding and hard work in settling matters. And make it plain to them that you ...

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    19. Simon Sinek on How to Truly Rise Above Competition

      Simon Sinek on How to Truly Rise Above Competition

      Here's a compelling article from Marie Forleo. It's called What's Better Than Beating Competition? Just Ask Simon Sinek.

      In it, Marie Forleo shares some interesting observations. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      They don’t care about the competition. And they definitely don’t waste precious energy worrying about short-term vanity metrics like Instagram followers, YouTube views, or making #1 on some list.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of her observations.

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    20. Why Forcing Yourself to Fit Into Cinderella's Glass Slippers Isn't a Guarantee to Happiness and Freedom

      Why Forcing Yourself to Fit Into Cinderella's Glass Slippers Isn't a Guarantee to Happiness and Freedom

      Found this article from Mama Gena piqued our curiosity. It's called If the Shoe Fits.

      It offers some fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      All the years of trying to stuff myself into a culturally-acceptable fashion vision was actually cramping my style, not enhancing it.

      There are vastly diminished rewards in life, when your body hurts, and you ignore it.

      Give the rest of the article a read for more information...

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    21. The Trap of the Glass Cliff for Strong Female Leaders

      The Trap of the Glass Cliff for Strong Female Leaders

      This article from the Fast Company really piqued our interest. Lydia Dishman, the author, calls it What is the Glass Cliff and Why Do So Many Female CEOs Fall for It?

      It offers up some fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Women can rise to leadership, but when they’re brought in to turn things around during dire times, they have to bear the blame if things don’t go well. So while they’ve managed to break through the glass ceiling, they’re then pushed off the glass cliff.

      Take a look at the rest of ...

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    22. Some Power Moves Women Aren't Making

      Some Power Moves Women Aren't Making

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Leadernomics and thought that we would share it. It's written by Dorie Clark, a speaker and entrepreneur, whose message is for women to lean into their power.

      It offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Men’s expansive behaviour creates a feedback loop that makes them even more confident, while our contraction makes us less confident.

      So, it’s worth thinking about how we take up space in the world, because it also shapes us from the inside out.

      Give the rest of this remarkable piece of writing a read ...

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    23. What's Keeping Women from Breaking the Glass Ceiling

      What's Keeping Women from Breaking the Glass Ceiling

      Here's a compelling article from the Training Industry blog. It's called Gender Barriers and Solutions to Leadership.

      In it, Dr Shawn Andrews shares some really fascinating perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Structural barriers include lack of access to important informal networks, such as the golf course, sporting events or simple after-work drinks. Often, men assume that women don’t want to take part in these types of events, so they don’t invite them.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the author’s observations.

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    24. Lack of Women in Leadership Tech Sector Could Be Deadly

      Lack of Women in Leadership Tech Sector Could Be Deadly

      Sometimes, lack of representation at the leadership table could translate to embedded biases in policies and even technologies. Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from The Telegraph UK that talks about this issue. In it, Mrs Nicky Morgan, UK's Culture Secretary, shares her views: 

      Some of it is mildly annoying, like smart phones being designed according to men’s hands, rather than women’s hands.

      But in extreme cases it could lead to physical harm, like how for decades crash test dummies represented men’s bodies, meaning women were more likely to be injured in a car crash.

      Give the ...

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