Sunday, August 18, 2013

Time Is Money - NOT!

A woman will always need enough money to pay for food and shelter. Security and safety are important for us.

A young girl needs fashion and fun. A young woman needs to care for her family and develop her career. Mature women need to explore life and build great friendships. With the passing years it requires a certain level of stability and prosperity.

No woman wants to search her purse or scan her account to make sure she can pay the bills or take time for her friends. I have interviewed hundreds of women and listened deeply to their desires. Not one of them longed for more time in a cubicle or for the pressure of out performing the men at her job.

No one knows who first said that time is money. But it was probably a man. Studies show that people who measure their hours by the cost report less enjoyment from their experiences.

Male managers claim that women quit their careers to have babies and raise families. If that were true, you would see a lot more single women on the top.

Men view business as a contest. They apply pressure to force submission. Men also fill prisons, mental institutions and hospitals. More men live under bridges. They die, on average, eight years younger than women.

Business is in need of an overhaul. It is time to change the way things work.