It has been my own experience that the problems that intrigue women about the natural world are not always exactly the same as those that attract men. By encouraging women to embrace science, we likely increase the range of problems under study, and this will broaden and strengthen the entire enterprise. — Professor Shirley Tilghman, president of Princeton University
If you've started a journal, notice how you feel when you write an entry. Do you actually enjoy the process, or does it feel like something that you have to do? Remember that journal-writing isn't for everyone.
At Calvert Foundation, investors purchase Community Investment Notes in amounts as small as $20, and Calvert Foundation then lends that money to qualified organizations working to build and revitalize communities in the U.S. and around the world.
CEO Lisa Hall uses her work at Calvert Foundation to empower women-centered businessess and organizations through the Women INvesting in Women INitiative (WIN-WIN).
"We shift from “women’s rights are human rights” to “investing in women is smart economics"."Women’s rights and women’s equality are symptom of economic injustice, which is the real disease. People have looked closely to see, wait a minute, these things are completely related and you’re never going to get the full equality for women if you don’t get economic justice for women."
The Kravis Leadership Institute is conducting a survey of women to measure information about work/life balance, leadership, stress levels and life stages. I just finished taking the survey and it does take a little time – there are several pages.
Creativity researcher Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi describes the diversity and complexity of creative people: “If there is one word that makes creative people different from others, it is the word complexity. Instead of being an individual, they are a multitude.”
“Like the color white that includes all colors, they tend to bring together the entire range of human possibilities within themselves. Creativity allows for paradox, light, shadow, inconsistency, even chaos – and creative people experience both extremes with equal intensity.”
By Drew Hansen, Forbes Staff. For those interested in more research about the connection between creativity and madness, I recommend the website talentdevelop.com, where I found plenty of material on the topic. I encourage you to take a closer look and share what you learn.
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