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A Quote by Vicki Donlan on ethics, business, men, and women

It's not that I believe women are more ethical. I will say that one of women's greatest weaknesses is probably our greatest strength. We are incredibly hard on each other. We ask all the questions. Men are more easygoing. If you've ever been in a group of women, you'll recognize this: Nobody gives one woman the opportunity to lead the way without asking a whole lot of questions.

So when I say that I think we would have a different ethical level, particularly in corporate America, if there were more women involved, I mean that what women are best at is asking questions. Women ask questions over and over again. It drives men nuts. Women tend to ask the detailed questions; they want to know the answers.

Now, on the other hand, if we booted all the men out of corporate America, and we had all women there, quite honestly I think they'd be just as corrupt as what we have right now. I think it's best to have diversity and different points of view.

Vicki Donlan

Source: tompeters!: Cool Friends Interview with Vicki Donlan: http://www.tompeters.com/cool_friends/content.php?note=010092.php

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Vicki Donlan on women, men, work, career, and business

During the Q&A periods after my speeches, it is the men who say to me, "Help me understand how I am going to balance my work and my family." Now, let me tell you why I believe they see it that way. Because when they look around the room, they see the women who are going to be in their lives, the choices they will have for a spouse. And they realize that these women are educated, ambitious, and have every intention of having careers of their own.

Being smart young men, they say to themselves, "I want to get married, have a family, and I understand my wife wants to work too. Do you, Vicki, know how to help us do that?" Because they're no longer looking at that prospective wife, saying, "Well this is wonderful, you're getting educated, but of course as soon as we get married, you're going to stay home and make babies."

Those days are long gone. But our corporations haven't caught up with it. Our law firms, our higher education system, and our medical institutions haven't figured out how this family policy is going to work. Men are tired of the 80- to 100-hour work week as well.

Vicki Donlan

Source: tompeters!: Cool Friends Interview with Vicki Donlan: http://www.tompeters.com/cool_friends/content.php?note=010092.php

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by unknown on dragons, myths, and men

I believe in dragons, perfect men, and other mythical creatures.

unknown

Source: Livejournal

Contributed by: Alyssa

A Quote by unknown on men, woman, humanity, and god

Humanity will one day be defined, not by the gifts we possess but the virtues we lack.

unknown

Source: Unknown, I heard it on a show.

Contributed by: Jessica

A Quote by Latin Proverb on trust and men

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It is equally an error to trust all men or no man.

Latin Proverb

Contributed by: LadyTru

A Quote by Henry David Thoreau on men, humanity, fall, back, get up, effort, talk, action, practice, life, sin, redemption, and throeau

Men will lie on their backs, talking about the fall of man, and never make an effort to get up.

Henry David Thoreau (1817 - 1862)

Source: Life Without Principle, http://thoreau.eserver.org/life1.html

Contributed by: KevinBeck

A Quote by David Berlinski on men, women, love, work, and dreams

Bystanders wandered in and out of the merchant's stall, passing the time, talking of dreams they might purchase.  Workers and slaves stooped from labor asked timidly for dreams of wine and ease.  Women asked for dreams of love, and men for dreams of women.

David Berlinski

Source: The Advent of the Algorithm: The 300-Year Journey from an Idea to the Computer, Pages: 37

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Hugh O'Neill on men

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Nobody ever said it was simple to be a man. If it were, more guys would try it.

Hugh O'Neill

Source: Men's Health

Contributed by: bushidozen

A Quote by Hannes on men, cry, and irish

The Irish are the only men who know how to cry
for the dirty polluted blood of all the world.

quoted from page 264 of the book AN AMERICAN DREAM by Norman Mailer
linked to BookCrossing.com StoneHarpMan journal entry 5089663

Hans Alfred Loeffler

Source: An American Dream, Pages: 264

Contributed by: Hannes

A Quote by Native American Proverb on crying, weeping, men, and warriors

There should be those among whom we can sit and weep and still be counted as warriors.

Native American Proverb

Source: Ojibwas Saying

Contributed by: Robert 'Standing Eagle'

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