LEARN: CORPORATE GLASS CEILING


As I was answering some tests at Odesk — (which by the way you should check out if you are in need of extra cash.) I stumbled upon the word Glass Ceiling — which in my case having a uterus, I think it’s preposterous.

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In a layman’s term, a ceiling is the overhead interior surface of a room. In another point of view, it is seen as a LIMIT. It implies┬áthat there is a limit to how far someone can climb it.

The term is most often applied in business situations in which women feel, either accurately or not, that men are deeply entrenched in the upper echelons of power, and women, try as they might, find it nearly impossible to break through.

”Aim for the sky and you’ll reach the ceiling. Aim for the ceiling and you’ll stay on the floor.” Bill Shankly

LEARN: Lady Mc Beth Strategy


A corporate-takeover strategy with which a third party poses as a white knight to gain trust, but then turns around and joins with unfriendly bidders.
Lady Macbeth, one of Shakespeare’s most frightful and ambitious characters, devises a cunning plan for her husband, the Scottish general, to kill Duncan, the King of Scotland. The success of Lady Macbeth’s scheme lies in her deceptive ability to appear noble and virtuous, and thereby secure Duncan’s trust in the Macbeths’ false loyalty.