Belief: The Glass Ceiling is Too Thick

In a meeting with a group of women the other day, the common conversation was that men were protecting their turf and the glass ceiling was getting thicker.  I was amazed by this general consensus of agreement.  Statistically, more men have lost jobs – at both the upper levels and the blue collar levels, than women.  And yet the belief remains.

The existence of the glass ceiling has been in the female belief system since the first time it was mentioned. And, like other beliefs, it persists despite trends and data points. 

How does the glass ceiling affect you in your business career?  Is your head flat from hitting upon it so many times?  What beliefs might you choose to shift so this ‘ceiling’ is significantly weakened?

Shift Your Perspective – Shift Your Belief – Shift Your Life Experience

How would you like to consider shifting those beliefs? 

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4 Responses to “Belief: The Glass Ceiling is Too Thick”

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    • shiftguru Says:

      Whatever we believe is true in our lives. If we believe the glass ceiling is too thick then it is. Release the belief and see it shattering right before your eyes.

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