I know that sounds like a weird thing to say, but I really don’t appreciate the general public mistaking my presence for a sales pitch. I don’t appreciate it when people assume I’m selling something because I am. I don’t appreciate it when women assume I’m a salesperson because I am. I don’t appreciate it when women assume I’m selling something because I am.
The problem here is that sales are a product, and all businesses are products. If you are selling something, you should be able to tell who you are and what you do. If you are a product, you should be able to know who you are and what you are.
I disagree, but sales are a product, the business world should have a set of conventions to make sure that everyone knows what they are selling. Women have their own conventions, and the sales world is no exception. There are sales gurus, sales agents, and sales managers who exist, and they are there to make sure that they are in step with the conventions.
This is true in the business world, but not in the social world. Social conventions are a way to ensure compliance. A convention is a set of ideas or rules about how a person should behave. When a business sets a set of rules for its employees, there is a lot of pressure on them to do what the rules say. The social norms for business, however, are a lot more flexible and fluid. In a social world, these conventions are not enforced by people.
And it’s not as if there’s not some sort of weird social pressure to conform. We know that some women in the social world still have the ability to be assertive, to stand up for themselves. But that’s not really the case with business women. Those who are not assertive don’t have the luxury of being assertive. In general, business women are expected to be a little more passive.
Business women are expected to be a little more passive. This is not a big surprise for most of us. Theres a reason we get those “business woman” glasses. It’s because we’re expected to be an extrovert. We’re not supposed to be quiet, reserved, or even shy. So we’ve had to develop a set of manners that work for us.
The problem with business women is that, despite our many years of socializing in a business environment, we often take our socializing outside of the office. We socialize on our cell phones, on weekends, on planes. We meet up at restaurants and clubs to hang out. All of these are opportunities to be socialized in ways that are more public. Business women are not allowed to socialize this way, especially when it comes to our personal relationships.
In business, it’s all about the socializing that is public. We’re in a different world, one where we are expected to behave a certain way. But the fact is that we are still women, and so we don’t always socialize with men in the same way as men do.
Are you telling us theres nothing wrong with being socializing in public? If you are, then I feel sorry for you. Our society has to change, and I’m not just talking about changing the rules here. We have to change the way we socialize, the way we deal with conflict, and the way we behave. It may not seem like we have to do it, but it is.
Thats not to say that women don’t still socialize in public. But there are a few key differences. In general, women are generally more reserved, more hesitant to interact in public than men are. Also, women are far more likely to be asked first, to answer a question, or to give a compliment. Men are more likely to be asked questions about personal information, and to give a compliment.