I liked the honesty of what she was sharing. I don't know if what she has felt is what the majority or the minority of women are feeling. The issue of not having enough women in technology is very real, but many of the female technical leaders I have met are very confident and strong. What I'm conflicted with is if there are real things, as she called out, masked from me and my perspective since I am a man. I have a 15 year old daughter and I hope that she is not feeling these same things, but after listening to this book, I will be observing her and asking these questions. Secondly, I am hosting a women in technology quarterly meeting in my team. All of the women in the team will share their perspectives and hopefully educate me on reality. I'm looking forward to clarifying or changing my "mixed feelings" about this book and this issue.
The mention of people that I know of or have worked with in the industry and their influence or engagement with Sheryl in her career.
Engaging and enjoyable.
Is what she is feeling the same for the majority or minority of women out there? The stage has been set, now her data driven approach should be able to quantify this.
I believe audiobooks are 10 times better than print version. The reader gives you more dimension to the story.
Dresdin himself. He is just a cool cat who gets into incredible messes and somehow gets out of them.
I can't wait to get the next book. I hope he keeps writing more in this series.
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