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Women in the workforce are at their lowest numbers since Madonna filed assault charges against Sean Penn and Jessica Rabbit hit number one in the box office. There we were, charging ahead with women’s rights, leaning in hard, elbowing our way onto earnings calls. Women were 50 percent of the labor force. We were fueling the economy and taking names. What happened?
I’ve spent a couple decades working beside some of the world’s most courageous leaders as they navigate mergers and acquisitions, economic crises, and periods of change. What stands out the most to me is successful leaders’ comfort with uncertainty. Somehow, they find a way to be okay with things not being okay.
The most successful and courageous leaders I know have a few techniques that allow them to control the flow of their calendars. By taking these simple actions, they own their days and weeks, all the while keeping a laser focus on the priorities that matter most.
Big news! A monstrous conglomerate just bought the rights to all my content for a bazillion dollars. Just kidding!! Who am I? Bob Dylan? Taylor Swift? Bwahahahahaaa.
Good news. You can buy a pre-owned Tesla online for not a bazillion dollars. But there’s a catch.
Creating a product or service and convincing customers to buy it can seem like the hardest part of doing business. But that, my business-savvy readers, is just the beginning.