A smart woman’s self-concept
If you're an intelligent, smart woman you need to develop a self-concept to match. Don't develop a self-concept that says beauty matters more than brains. Don't develop a self-concept that says clever women aren't sexy or feminine.
Instead, develop a self-concept that encourages you to use your intellectual capacity. Be your best. Get to the top. Outsmart the competition. Don't develop a self-concept that holds you back.
We need women who are brilliant scientists, corporate leaders, and community participants. Develop a self-concept that allows you to feel proud of your academic achievements. Develop a self-concept that says brainy is brilliant. Develop a self-concept that allows you to succeed in whatever you do.
Self-concept development starts when we're babies. Our upbringing can promote healthy self-concept development and encourage our intelligence. Or our upbringing can hamper self-concept development by teasing us for being smart.
Whatever your upbringing, age or intelligence, there's still time for positive self-concept development. I give you the key strategies for smart self-concept development that helped me in academia and the corporate sector. Develop a self-concept that allows you to shine.
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