People who are more resilient are less likely to give up when they experience failure. They are willing to take more risks to succeed. They are more persistent and optimistic about their chances of success.
Aretha Franklin was a remarkable singer and entertainer and she spread her music in unique ways, so you could feel her aura all the way through the speaker or headset when listening to her. Few people did not know her tunes, have not sung along on the lyrics at parties or on long road trips or have not found a connection to their own emotions in the way she did it with words.
Women are ambitious. Women are determined. Women are successful. In history as well as in modern life, women have done the impossible – and that, oftentimes, under more than difficult circumstances.
Imagine your career as a train speeding down the track. All systems seem to be functioning smoothly, and you are getting where you need to go. We all know that some trains derail. Understanding how and why this happens can keep you on track.
When launching a new product, seeing a change process through, or simply trying to achieve a new goal, where the rubber hits the road is whether you can inspire new behavior in yourself and others – or not.