在线评分时性很重要吗?

在线评分时性很重要吗?

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  1. 这是关于性认同心理的较为平衡的表述。您确实指出,写博客成功之类的事情并没有’t depend on 您r sex. Yet if 您 watch the TV and movie commercials, 您 will find sexy 人 and 女人 advertising a product. I distinctly remember a few years back, where I watched a commercial about a electronics expo. Three bikini clad 女人 were advertising the expo – what’与电子博览会有关?
    兰迪

    • 哈哈哈…我记得巴黎希尔顿和她性感的汉堡广告。我可以’t get it, what’性感的帕丽斯·希尔顿之间的关系,她的车’在洗,她在吃汉堡’s eating.

      Well, I think the advertisers just want to grab the attention of the 男s WHO wants to eat hamburger.

      但是不是’t it also eye catching if 您 see a beautiful picture of an opposite sex in a Gravatar like that of Laura Roeder in comments? As I observe, it drives a good traffic too. LOL. 🙂

  2. 阿里·布朗(Ali Brown)是撰稿人,博客作者,互联网营销商。她’是我唯一的在线IM-er’ve heard of WHOse company 是 in the Inc. 500 – 男 or 女。 我可以’t think of any 男 “guru” WHO has made it into the Inc. 500 yet.

  3. 好的帖子,艾米。我认为每种性别都有一些技巧(一般而言)。一种性别会比另一种性别在网上更成功吗?一世’m not so sure, but 您’没错,我们需要学习必要的技能。

  4. I’我一直认为数字世界是性爱真正发生的地方’t matter. I mean, 您 can’t see the plumbing, right? So whether 您 choose to come off as ultra-feminine or 男性 是 up to 您.

    I’d从未从技能方面考虑过它。感谢您的有趣阅读。

  5. “Anything 您 can do 我可以 做得更好, 我可以 do anything better than 您…”我喜欢那首歌。好吧’s kind of a crappy song actually, but it emphasises the sex 是 sue, that we can all have an equal shot at something as long as we realize that 人 and 女人 are not completely wired the same.

    When 您 are marketing and trying to appeal to as many customers as possible, 您 are going to have to use terms and a voice that the majority of 您r customers accept.

    When 您 learn to adjust 您r writing voice to fit the demographic of 您r audience, 您 can get them to warm up to 您 a lot more than if 您 just write the way that 您 want to hear 您rself.

    约书亚记Black
    弱者百万富翁

  6. I’ve在贸易展览会上注意到,与我在展位中相比,买家似乎更容易与展位中的女性交谈。一世’我是第一个在展位或走道上向任何人问好,并尽量不要吓tim,但我注意到买家的反应有所不同。

    我认为它’与在线读者和小众博客作者一样。我怀疑一张剪彩券的爸爸博主赢了’与妈妈博客作者一样成功。

    • @安迪有趣…但是DadsTalking.com是最受欢迎的新博客之一,并且在Twitter上拥有大量关注者—所以也许优惠券剪辑的爸爸会很受欢迎!

      感谢您的评论!

      艾米

  7. @amber我同意,关于在线世界的更好的事情之一是,它可以公平竞争–性别,种族,社会经济等… but that’为什么我有点以为这是一个有趣的问题–甚至在潜意识里,一种性别是否会脱颖而出(无双关)… Thanks for 您r comment!

    艾米

  8. 我和我的妻子将这些差异之一称为MAS–或男性回答综合症。你知道的;它’s the tendency for many 人 (often enough, myself!) to answer a question or make a statement with absolute ‘严重得像心脏病’即使他们完全不知道自己在说什么,也要充满信心!它’s not even something 您 think about doing; 您 just weigh in with an opinion but without prefacing it by first saying, “I’m not sure, but…..”

    It’s something we learned to do on the playgrounds of junior high and high school, amplified by sports conversations or just through the dynamics of getting 您r voice heard within a group of people.

    Where this pertains to blogging I suppose (note the effort to counter my MAS habit) 是 where 您 see posts written as if they were The Truth vs. posing questions and asking for input and other opinions.

    我不’t know, what do 您 think?

  9. I’m going to give 您 a metaphorical shrug of the shoulders here 艾米 and say that there’之间的差异很小‘men’s writing’ and ‘women’s writing’在网上。我有男作家为我工作,他们在化妆品方面做得很出色,而且可能被认为更出色。‘feminine’写作主题和一位女作家,他们绝对*钉住*工程领域的潜水泵!大多数早期的伟大女作家都以男性笔名出版,因为他们不能’t get a publisher to release their work under their real names, and some 人 choose a female pen name because of the audience they are relating to. Writing allows people to reinvent themselves, so perhaps it’是我们本性的二元性在屏幕上而不是我们的实际中爆发,‘everyday’特定性别的角色?

    And hun, 您’不是唯一获得全部信息的人‘girl WHO’s more like a dude’事情。我身高5英尺8米,红头发,有武术。’ve got used to 都 人 and 女人 going “Whoa!”当他们第一次见到我时。然后,尽管我骑着川崎Z1100,并且由于某种未知的原因,我非常擅长焊接,但他们发现我喜欢小猫和花,但奇怪的是,他们似乎几乎失望了…

  10. 啊,关于性别的辩论仍然是常青树。

    我喜欢这个帖子。它使我想起了我们在权衡单性别教育对孩子的好处时所读到的研究发现。

    心理学家注意到一些有趣的针对性别的行为。是的,两者之间存在钝角差异:男孩往往比女孩更注重身体,坐着不动,等等。但是研究人员还发现,男孩会很快–and energetically!–当老师问一个问题时举手示意–even if the boys don’t know the answer!

    男孩们看起来更快,更愿意采取行动并冒险失败。另一方面,女孩则比较沉默寡言:她们想确保自己知道答案,而且常常会猜自己。他们想象如果回答不正确会多么尴尬。女孩还表示关切’d被视为炫耀。

    I like 您r conclusion that blogging 成功 是 not gender dependent, but “…depends on 您r ability to cross over and develop a balanced skill set.”

    Dudely risk-taking behavior may feel counterintuitive to some of us 女人, but we can 训练自己 冒险。或者,如缩小建议“有感觉(即恐惧,不确定),但不采取行动。”

    • 詹姆斯认为’s a good 文章 about gender traits and which traits help create 成功. I certainly agree that a mix of several traits from either gender are the ingredients to what we desire. As 您 人tioned, a good listener and 同情 mixed with confidence and authority go a long, long way.

      该帖子不’t address the arena of gender 知觉 though. We can have all the traits we like… but we’我会一直通过观众看到’的个人偏见过滤器和信念。

      If a person believes that 人 make great salesmen… well, he’ll hire a man for the job. If a person believes that 女人 write better romance novels, well, the woman will get the job.

      I know that for myself, my traits do lean (in business) towards 男 ones, and they brought me very far in life (for which I’我很感激)。我的笔名使我更进一步。

      但是玫瑰的其他名字仍然是玫瑰,许多客户会说:

      “I feel 我可以 really talk to 您. It’s strange, because 您’re a dude and all.”

      “You really listen well. If 您 weren’t a 家伙, 您’d做我最好的女朋友。”

      和我个人的最爱…

      “You remind me a lot of my sister. It kind of made me wonder if 您 were gay.”

      不是同性恋。加尔--

  11. I think that 人 and 女人 often do have different skill sets. The most important thing to remember 是 to just do it! Engage! I also like 您r quote, “you’ll see that 都 “masculine” and “feminine” traits are vital to 您r 成功.”

    • @洛林’s a shame we can’t 都 (men and 女人) have the best of all traits — but 我不’真的认为这将在现实世界中起作用,但是’很高兴在博客中为成功铺平道路。

      @catherine我真的不知道’注意不同的技能–除了当我觉得我’我错过了一些重要的东西,这些东西对我需要去的地方至关重要!

      感谢您的评论!

      艾米

  12. 在几年前的一项研究中看到了一份报告,该报告将方法的差异归因于硬接线,而不是父亲如何养育儿子而不是女儿。当女儿卡在某物上时,许多爸爸倾向于跳进去修理东西,而与儿子一起,他们会告诉他们弄清楚它。我父亲会以类似这样的开头“Hey Meathead…”这也许可以解释为什么即使在寻求帮助的过程中,我也会顽强地尝试解决问题。该报告确保强调,这并不表示存在巨大的差异,实际上,它更像是60/40。我的非正式观察是,对于那些非常有魅力的人,她们会发现很多男人,而不仅仅是她们的父亲,而他们更愿意帮助她们,这加剧了她们对妇女的信心不足。一世’因为这个原因,我做了我真正愚蠢的事情。

  13. 哈哈真棒文章。

    绝对认为这很重要’t catch their attention. If 您’拥有丰富的内容+有趣的网站,对此引起了注意,而性别却没有’t really matter.

  14. 这篇文章没有’t define 成功. For online personalities like Callie Lewis, and others, they appeal to 人, or at least they keep them watching. For the purposes of WHO’s paying them, that’成功的定义:眼球和销售。

    From an advice blog stand-point, 我可以 see what 您 mean if 您’re calling having 都 女人味 and 男性 characteristics helpful in holistic sense of a 成功ful blog. Basically, do 您 have a large audience WHO respects and values what 您 say because 您 do provide value. You able to be persuasive at the right times, in the right way so as not to offend. Then 您’最终能够通过销售信息产品,演讲活动,连续性计划等获得个人成功。

    If 您’re speaking the truth with authority the way 您 see it and listening and interacting with people on 您r blog, it doesn’t matter what’s between 您r legs. I’d说这仍然取决于博客作者的目标和成功的定义。

  15. 感谢您的帖子,并且像往常一样在此提供了许多明智的评论。
    让我印象深刻的是,关于这个话题的民间对话和周到的广泛评论是一种新现象。这些讨论和结论强调了我们的社会发展。
    Why this matters: I am 52, an artist, coach and writer. I have had an online presence for years. I work with many 45-70-year-olds WHO do not believe a mutually respectful and balanced relationship between the genders will really ever happen.
    我对他们的评论:请看25至40岁的年轻人,其中许多人都这样生活。我不’我不知道这里的平均年龄,但是我的原因之一’自早期以来一直在线,是这里的文化,特别是第三部落曾经存在的地方,已经建立并步入了更美好的未来。利他主义,尊重,同情心,顽强,勇气,毅力,智慧和其他–我在这个自我选择的群体中比在我所属的大多数其他群体中发现更多。我最喜欢的是,我们越来越渴望成为一个独立的人,具有可以为我们提供工具但不能定义我们的特征,无论是男性还是女性,善解人意或过分拘谨。我们每个人都是相互依存的贡献者。
    当我将新闻从这里带到我的老部落时,这种文化转变受到质疑,我的观点令人怀疑。但是我在这里看到的–我知道并非所有在线社区都具有这些特征– doesn’不必给我未来的希望,因为我们已经生活在其中。

      • 嘿托里和索尼娅
        I’m 51和我接触的人从20岁中期开始’到60岁’s …性别和一系列性行为。

        I’ve been seeing an amazing shift in older 女人’s [50+] 知觉s of what they can achieve. Off the top of my head 我可以 think of over a dozen 女人 WHO have made huge shifts in how they earn money, where they live and how they live.

        和我 also know people of all ages WHO seem to filter the world through some kind of mucky/pessimistic lens … c’est la vie.

        喜欢这篇文章,非常喜欢阅读所有周到的评论。

        My take on the WHOle sex differences thing?

        The most interesting and engaging people I know blend the 男性 and 女人味 traits … 女人 WHO speak logically and with passion … 人 WHO speak their vulnerablilty and still get things done.

        It’是一种真正性感的真实性和力量。

        And one of my best friends extends the WHOle exploration of identity and play as 都 a drag king and a burlesque queen!!

        有趣的时代确实是索尼娅。

  16. 我读这篇文章时笑了,因为我’我一直以为这与你是男人还是女人无关–但是您如何成长/评估价值体系,是否拥有与他人相处的经验,同理心和微调的聆听技能。 (我认为亲爱的艾比和菲尔博士如此受欢迎的原因之一)在工作场所,我’我们已经看到男人的起步速度更快,这是因为人们早就被教导要更加积极进取–优胜劣汰–if 您 will–请尽量不要在途中在地毯上留下血迹–虽然女性被教导要更温顺(顺便说一句,这不是我的特质)’即将在万圣节前夕-这让我想起了古老的性爱&米兰达向朋友凯莉(Carrie)求爱的城市剧集:“好吧,我只能选择两种万圣节服装–女巫或性感的小猫。” Carrie replies, “Girl, 您’我刚刚说了一口!”因此,艾米(Amy),这让我想知道我何时有可能成为公司的网络管理员–他们会将我视为‘witch or sexy kitten’当他们想要恢复文件时,无意间忘记了备份–猜测取决于他们是否带给我巧克力。祝你一周愉快

    • 唐’t want to get too deep into the psychobabble here SD, but I think how others view 您 (witch or sexy kitten…) 是 more a reflection of them, than 您…以及他们与父母的关系—尤其是母亲。但是那’有点偏离主题,因为重点仅在于考虑了一些可能会使博主更加成功的特征。‘masculine’, confidence let’s say…而其他人,例如建立社区的能力…are 女人味. I bet the best bloggers will be 人 in touch with their 女人味 sides…and 女人 WHO are comfortable with power, or a more 男性 persona. BUT I WON’T NAME NAMES!!! :0) Thx for 您r comment!

  17. 我认为它’充分利用我们的自然优势’re “male” or “female.” One thing I’ve noticed 是 that 人 tend to talk about their 成功es more than 女人 do, which tends to get them more mindshare. It makes it seem like there are more 人 doing well in the online world, when 我认为它’s just the 人 talking about it more.

    • @Lain有趣的观察,但这甚至使我产生疑问— why 是 it so? Why are 人 more comfortable talking about their 成功es, if it’s true…and 女人 more likely to be modest?

      为什么女人不愿意谈论自己?

      If I am not for myself, WHO will be for me?

      只是问问…

      感想…

  18. 你好,艾米。 #gblog-

    头条新闻真是令人震惊。

    和我’d say regardless of what sex 您 are, act like a dog. I read a great booked called 销售犬 。它说狗会接近任何人。然后’s true. They don’不必担心经验,技能或与此相关的任何事情。他们想要关注,他们’我会把他们的鼻子放在任何地方。

    So, just do it. Someone will pet 您.

  19. 艾米,这里真的很好。什么’s interesting, as I look at my Alexa stats, 女人 are much more represented in the audience than 人 are. I of course would like to think it’因为我的魅力令人难以置信,但我认为还有另一个原因。

    显然,作为男性,我曾尝试过同理心,善于倾听并为他人做善事。我猜那些“soft” traits make it easier for me to connect with 女人. Perhaps 您r audience stats could help 您 understand what kind 男 or female traits 您 need to develop or focus on to further advance 您r blog. Cheers!

    • 约书亚记–很棒的建议。尽管在提出主题时我不仅考虑自己的博客,而且不如一般博客。分析我自己的统计数据应该很有趣(显示!)。

  20. 关于博客中性别差异的精彩文章。作为一个谁’也被告知很多次(您的行为更像一个花花公子),’很高兴见到另一个女人’s perspective. I work in a 男-dominated industry (video game development) and adapting a 男性 style of debate and writing has helped me tremendously in my career. However, adding in a bit of 女人味 communication styles has also helped me navigate tough situations where the 男性 style doesn’也可以。我确实认为平衡是关键。

  21. 我一直以为不会’博客作者决定成功网站的性别无关。但是,如果一个女人写博客有关阳imp或前列腺肥大的问题,那么我不会’看不到它非常成功…or maybe it would???

  22. 很棒的帖子。作为经常在男性主导领域工作的自由作家,我绝对觉得我必须证明自己和我的资格–even when there’s writing by “qualified”不准确的人。我发现人们认为我会更好’男(尽管人们想要照片和个人简历会更加困难)。最让我感到困扰的是,当我的客户对我的工作方式(阅读:性别)过于偏执时。任何对博客帖子和我的负面评论’ll get a “you’下次会更好” rather than the “对青春期前的巨魔感到抱歉” that I’d expect…我确实有几天不得不提醒自己,我绝对具有必要的背景知识,并且我从我不曾做过的文章中研究过“ bejeezus”。’t。我曾经去当过自由作家的自由作家曾告诉我:“You don’不需要更多的凭据,经验或纸条。”

    • @Yael.. What 您 seem to be addressing, specifically, 是 confidence or a lack thereof.

      这里’这是一个有趣的想法(可能是以后发表的主题),我认为它起源于荣格哲学—

      You get 您r sense of confidence from 您r father, 您 get 您r relating skills from 您r mother.

      Give it some thought. You will notice most people WHO lack confidence have a very weak or broken relationship with their father.

      只是在说 …

  23. 很棒的文章和主题艾米。我有一个地方’我清楚地看到了性问题,’与来宾帖子和访谈。换句话说,我’ve注意到有些女性博客作者(通常是相当漂亮的博客作者)在与精英男性博客作者进行访谈/来宾帖子方面取得了巨大的成功。这种现象与女性体育记者相比男性运动员倾向于获得更多,更好的采访机会这一事实没有什么不同。就是这样。

    请不要’不要把我当成性别歧视者,因为我’我什么都没有,但是当谈到女性优势时,显然有一些’m sure the same could be said for 人.

    • 马库斯(Marcus),超级有趣的评论。’觉得与男性运动员相比,我得到的男性运动员采访更多或更佳。当我做备受瞩目的采访时,’通常是因为我在幕后做了很多的腿部动作–每当我参加体育馆时,不仅要与战士,推广者,经理,教练等建立联系,还要与体育馆建立联系’在旅行,询问问题,获取电话号码和电子邮件,跟进恶心,将事物的副本发送给我可能与之交谈的所有十个人(即使我没有’请使用引号),信息的准确性,并确保“on the record”在我写这篇文章之前,即使其他人也有,等等。

      我也觉得其他人经常说“哦,她接受了这次采访,因为她’s a girl,”which always makes me laugh. (Uh, I kind of worked my tail off.) I suppose one could say that making connections 是 easier for 女人, but I definitely feel like I have to work extra hard to overcome the notion that 我不’不像我所知道的那样了解这项运动…如果有人看了我的剪辑,我’m fine, but if I’我打来电话,我*一定*不要’有被认真对待的机会。

      I like how this piece captures 男 and female traits to work on–as a very assertive woman WHO has to learn to listen better and perhaps interrupt less, I know that many people definitely don’不适合刻板印象。

    • I agree with 您 Marc. Female bloggers are neat too in terms of how their blogs would appear. I realized the difference when my wife started her own blog too after my encouragement. My blog 是 about writing while she had a food blog. I was amazed how she’s getting more visits than I could have. Well perhaps one might say that food blogs are really inviting but then, preparing 您r food subject and the nitty-gritty of coming up with an attractive presentation are the things that 女人 are really good at.

  24. Your headline got me! I think 女人 are supposed to be less likely to respond to a sex headline but 您 got this one hook, line and sinker. This 是 a great post. I have often wondered about the 男性 and 女人味 of 网上营销 思维 女人 had a leg up for the reasons 您 cited; listening and building a releationship before trying to sell something. 和我 have often felt scared to offer an opinion online because I wasn’t an authority on a specific topic. You summed it up quite nicely. I like 您r observations and now feel confident swinging 都 ways!

    • @Kim:性不一定代表胡拜。当我被问到关于我的性别的表格时,我不知道’认为就枢纽而言…I think check the ‘F’ box – for Female! And, I might agree with 您 if the picture was that of a scantily clad woman, or a woman wearing a man’s shirt falling open…但我认为图片确实反映了主题— unless of course 您 think of arm wrestling as particularly sexy. :0)

      I appreciate 您r comment either way and am sorry if 您 felt misled.

  25. I liked 您r post 艾米 – 您 know, I wasn’t going to comment –我的第一个念头是‘who’d想读我的两分钱’s worth’ –但是后来我想‘是女性特质,还是我的特质’?- probably just mine -but I bet there;s more females that think that way than 人!…Louise

    • 路易丝! I love ur comment because it means that my post made 您 consider something 您 hadn’以前考虑过的…and, instead of discounting 您rself — 您 took action. Awesome! And see that?? I WANTED TO READ YOUR TWO CENTS! Now, do it again and again! Your voice 是 as important as the next ‘guy’! (Pun intended!)

  26. 性总是很重要的。但是,性别可能不会。我认为总体而言,成功与性别无关’只是有不同的成功风格,其中一些风格可能会受到性别的影响。

  27. 您通过说一个人会认为他的个人经历是销售想法,产品或服务的可靠资格来钉牢它;而女性则通过首先获得专业/学术/培训证书会感到更加自信。

    Maybe this 是 why there are more self-employed 人 than 女人. (But the fact that more 女人 are getting their college degrees, increases their influence in traditional professions.)

    *事实是‘online marketing’ 是 still largely an unknown, high-risk frontier, the reason why more 人 are in this field wanting to dominate it? Since making a living out of internet marketing 是 still ‘not a sure thing’ 是 this why there are less 女人?

    But thanks 维基 for 人tioning Ali Brown as the internet marketer WHO made it to the fortune 500 list because the ‘perception’ 是 人 are dominating the internet marketing field (Seth Godin, Chris Brogan, and etc.)

  28. Men and Women always think and feel differently and behave differently yet we are same when it comes to a few basic things. I think there are also some 家伙s will feel if they are 合格 or not but they do it anyways. 🙂

  29. Hey 艾米 ! Great to read (and connect with) 您 again.

    我可以’t say I’有人告诉我’m more like a dude, but I am definitely an analytical type, have a harder time making friends and frankly, feel like I relate to 人 better than 女人.

    另一方面,我是一个非常善解人意的倾听者。

    另一方面,我’我对此不确定“向其他团队学习” stuff given that I just read on Twitter that 家伙s don’使用完洗手间后要洗手。 !

  30. Very nice presentation of the differences! One thing that I feel needs 人tioning though too 是 the woman’的工作和社会背景,我认为这有所作为。我在一个家庭中长大,我的直系和大家庭中的孩子都是男孩,甚至还在读高中和大学,“one of the 家伙s”. You’d发现我在商场购物时观看足球比赛。不过,根据我的工作经验,我曾在老板永远是男性的领域工作,’是我学习经验的地方。因此,我个人认为我有负责任的态度,只是毫不犹豫地去做事情。投入一些心理学,这可能与自然与养育有很大关系。

  31. Very nice presentation of the differences! One thing that I feel needs 人tioning though too 是 the woman’的工作和社会背景,我认为这有所作为。我在一个家庭中长大,我的直系和大家庭中的孩子都是男孩,甚至还在读高中和大学,“one of the 家伙s”. You’d find me watching a football game over going shopping at the mall.

      • 仍然认为性别与性别无关–成为优秀的博客作者与成就感/认知度有更多关系‘credibility’回复:主题。克里斯·布罗根(Chris Brogan)永远/长期以来一直被认为是拥有‘feminine side’塞斯·戈丁(Seth Godin)一直以来都是我的最爱‘attitude’他在写作中表现出来。总是让我们思考。

  32. 我认为两者都有相同的机会,当我们谈论写作和博客时,我不’不知道,但是,我看到在这个领域中,两者都能表达出他们对不同事物的感受,我会说,他们没有’t有相同的机会成功完成相同的主题/领域,请确保他们没有’一直没有相同的观点,但是在写博客时,性并不’t matter !

  33. 正如詹姆斯·查特兰德所说,特质是一回事,性别偏见是另一回事。好像在那里’s a predominance of 人 at the top of the blogging game. Sure, there are some outstanding 女人 –像西蒙妮,詹姆斯和佩内洛普–但不多。有一些“dudes”写作质量中等“personal development”博客的数量一路飙升,一路散发夸张的气氛。那里’s still a gender-bias in the world. A 男性 pen name may be the perfect medicine.

  34. 我曾经和男友一起在网站项目上合作,发现与我们分开合作时,我们在一起工作的结果更好。他’从技术上讲,我’在寻求建立关系的作家中,我们在这个意义上是相辅相成的,’re very typical according to 您r definitions!

    和我们在一起,我不’认为这必然是性别争论,因为我们可以发展和发展技能,所以我们选择在短时间内发挥自己的优势。

    我喜欢李珊珊’s idea of writing with a 男性 pen name and seeing if other web user’对我的反应改变了…

  35. I hope this 是 relevant to the conversation, but I think somebody 人tioned something about the definition of 成功?

    我看到的问题是像“excellence” and “success”由于我们之间的差异而难以定义。

    If I tell 您 to bring something back when it’s excellent, what are 您 going to bring back? Answer: 您r version of “excellent.”关键就在这里。

    我们每个人(男性或女性)的成功都是不同的经历。而成功的最好定义就是’听说过我父亲。他只是说,“Son, 您’ll know it when 您 feel it.”(成功,就是)

    He was trying to tell me that 成功 comes from inside-out, not the other way around. And, if 您 really want to define 成功, define it 您r way.

    底线...它’s still 成功.

    我喜欢“thinking” of the people in the Tribe and thrive on 您r enlightenment.

    很棒的帖子,艾米。一世’m not a psychologist, but 我可以 mimic one. You have an intelligent 知觉 I find extremely refreshing. For a girl.

  36. Great post 艾米 and a risky subject to boot 🙂 I agree with 您 that there are certainly some gender-specific common traits to each sex and that developing a balanced skill set 是 the best road towards 成功.

    这里’s one for 您: Do 您 think there 是 a differential based on sex as to which one has a greater ability to achieve that balance?

    Thanks for sharing 您r insights!

  37. 很好的问题,朱莉。一世’我要说不,我真的不’t think one sex 是 more suited to crossing over. We each have our challenges or fears. I think the key 是 recognizing 您r weaknesses and then, either finding a way to overcome them, or partnering with someone else WHO has that strength.

  38. 您提出了一些非常有效的观点。

    I worked in engineering all my life, and really had to learn the lingo. While I was not really tentative, the way I had learned to express myself made me come across as less 合格 than I was.

    Whenever I as a 您ng person said “oh 我可以 do that”告诉我不要吹牛,但是我的兄弟从来没有说过同样的话” oh 我可以 do that”

    这种简单的差异影响了我们的一生。

    即使在今天,我仍然很难说出一个简单的方法,“Sure, 我可以 do that!” Even when I know 我可以!

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