Ambition Is Multi Cultural, Vastly Developed, And Spread Vicariously Through Nations
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Ambition is multi-cultural, vastly utilized, and spread vicariously through nations. It infects the lives of those boldly courageous and diligent enough to surpass their highest goals.
Ambition brands its mark on the hearts of those confident enough to strive, overcome and challenge all scenarios. Is it equally shared between the males and females who install it? I’ve heard it said that men are leaders by nature more than women. The question of the century still remains. Sheryl Sandberg; the chief officer of Facebook, retired vice president for Google and ex-chief of staff for the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, is the female representative of ambition.
In her book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead (2013), she details her life experiences, past situations and emotional standpoints involving the woman and her will to lead. She draws upon the reader’s thoughts concerning gender roles, leadership, and the female in a daily work environment. Elaborating about past experiences, and passed down stories concerning to her family struggles, and the risks her grandmother and mother underwent in order to provide for the family. In this decade, gender roles were considered normal and displayed no sense of abnormalities. Despite their almost inevitably poverty stricken lives, Sheryl tells her readers how inspiringly ambitious her grandmother and mother were in order to save the family from imminent poverty. Most would think it almost genetic how daring the females acted given