Today’s interview is with Liz Strauss! Her main blog is Successful Blog.
1) What do you think are the biggest challenges for women around the world today?
I have trouble speaking for a world of women. I can only speak to what I know and what I see. As a world, we don’t value each other nearly enough. In some parts of the world this means that women aren’t considered attractive unless they are young. In parts, it means that a woman’s work is undervalued hard labor. In some parts women are considered less than men.
The saddest challenge I see, though, is the women who have so much who look at other women as competition.
2) If more women were in positions of power do you think the world would be different than it is now? If so, in what way?
If different men were in power wouldn’t that also be true?
I’m sure that world would be different if more women ran businesses and countries, but I’m not sure it would be better. I think it would be just tilted in another way. I’ve managed and worked for both men and women and the challenges are different but neither is without political and human games. The best teams have both men and women because we balance each other.
I’m not sure that there aren’t more women in power than we know.
3) How does your blog help to Inspire, Dare or Educate women to Achieve and Succeed?
Head, heart, and meaning. I talk about having all three — because we need to know who we are and live the life that is our own. I don’t know that I inspire dare or educate them, but I’m sure on a quest to inspire, dare and educate me.
4) If little girls are made of sugar, spice and everything nice – what do you think adult women are made of?
Adult women are made of a rainbow of ideas and potential. They are the caring hands and heart that move the world to be strong.
Thank you very much Liz!
Please take some time and visit Liz’s blog: Successful Blog!
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