RuPaul said it best:
Work It Girl
Are you working it? Or maybe pre-working it. Or not working it at all?
The New Power Women’s Network
As discussed in our Digital Classroom, Module 302, there’s a New Power Women’s Network.
Why? Women = Money
- In the “key stats” section of our Digital Classroom we shared that the Sheconomy is blazing.
- Thanks to things like: Women’s rights, education, and deteriorating social stigmas / stereotypes women are gaining power and influence.
- Women are neurologically designed to connect. Not mentioned in the Digital Class, and a special reward for those doing the extra reading right now, is an amazing factoid:
Women are neurologically designed to connect.
Dr. Louann Brizendine’s New York Times best seller, The Female Brain, tells us that from the time we’re babies we:
- Value relationships more than almost anything else.
- Can interpret social cues and alter our behavior depending on the reaction from people around us.
The Impact of “Working it, Girl.”
By connecting, and reaching out to others, we are saying, “I value you. I value your input.”
- Can we eradicate the Mean Girl syndrome? Taking into account Louann Brizendine’s research on our neurological tendency toward relationships, does this explain why Mean Girls are so mean?… Literally trampling others in pursuit of the Holy Grail of relationships? Or, is it merely a power struggle anchored in lack of confidence?
- Multi-faceted, rewarding relationships. Is Power Networking with allies part of your day? If not, why are you sacrificing rewarding professional and personal relationships. What is more important, and why?
- Sharing experiences. Experience sharing is a tool used by million-dollar entrepreneurs and top-level executives. Connecting offers this opportunity, over and over.
Related links / stuff:
- Learn more about rocking the mentors and networks in Module 2 of our Digital Classroom.
- Check out: A Fast Track to Building Your Power Network – 2020 Women on Boards
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