What is social proof? Put simply, it's the positive influence created when someone finds out that others are doing something. It's also known as informational social influence.
Comscore, Nielsen, MediaMetrix and Quantcast studies all show women are the driving force of the most important net trend of the decade, the social web.
Women are thought to be more social, more interested in relationships and connections, better at multi-tasking.
There's an opportunity to make your board - and your company - smarter by adding diversity, especially of gender.
Savvy companies are quietly changing up their boards of directors and teams, and this is giving them better collective intelligence, more community admiration, and better financial results.
I've learned that you really cannot judge a book by its cover.
You have to get under the hood and spend some quality time with someone to understand what they're really good at.
From a pretty early age, I developed an interest in travel. I told my parents I wanted to live abroad, and they said, 'Well, you have to have money to do those things.'