This article from the New Yorker is really great. Here is another excerpt from the article that I liked:
"Sandberg says she eventually realized that women, unlike men, encountered tradeoffs between success and likability. The women had internalized self-doubt as a form of self-defense: people don’t like women who boast about their achievements. The solution, she began to think, lay with the women. She blamed them more for their insecurities than she blamed men for their insensitivity or their sexism."
Click HERE to read the whole article it really is fantastic
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