NOTICE Regarding Talent and Career Choices

How Can Business Women Best Use their Talents?

(Are Parents Being Supportive of their Daughters?)

 

Julie Haack

Julie Haack

Vi Lyles

Vi Lyles

Joan Zimmerman

Joan Zimmerman

Erica Bryant

Erica Bryant

Sharon Decker

Sharon Decker

Many women experienced decades and generations without receiving awards or recognition for their accomplishments, overcoming a milestone, possessing creativity, demonstrating their collaborative abilities or ingenuity.  Although women across the generations have often tackled such feats when they working in their own “back yard”.  Women would see a problem and though trying to be patient with the existing challenge, they were likely to step back and find a way to resolve the situation.  (These pictured women are only a few of the Charlotte area’s talented, capable, and successful women.)

As just stated, this routine of finding ways of getting past many of life’s hurdles is nothing new to women.  Obviously, some challenges have been harder than others.  More and more women would find themselves trying to juggle multiple tasks at a time, which was probably a motivating factor to seek creative resolutions.  For sure, many women have had to cope with raising children, while doing laundry, answering the phones, preparing dinner, paying bills, etc.  Now known as multi-tasking, which lead to successfully accomplishing all tasks.  The major point of such women was they didn’t have a dozen support staff to do all of this.  Instead, these women utilized their intelligence, well-organized skills, and ability in being efficient to see a problem, identify a productive solution, and managing a positive outcome.

All men and women are different.  Business used to expect more men to be so gifted, but over the decades, more and more women are proving to be just as talented.  Recently, a female football kicker has been proving herself on the football field.  We have women astronauts, doctors, computer analysts, welders, etc.  Likewise, we have men excelling in culinary arts, nursing, home management, hair stylists, etc.  There are many who are talented in multiple areas, which is great!  Therefore, be sure to give kudos to all who find a way to excel in their chosen fields.  When your children choose their areas of interest, be sure to praise and encourage them.  Women AND Men both have many talents and skills.  Open your children’s minds to varied careers and the freedom to follow their passions.  Men AND Women can do anything they choose.  Whether being artistic & creative, driven to social awareness, skilled at merchandising, being a strong communicator, or being effective in the energy industry, politically capable, or able to promote the care of livestock, each person has choices and talents.  Women have proven their usefulness in many career paths.

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