This morning, when connecting to the platform, the welcome page listed only male experts (except one female expert). I am wondering why this happens: is it because the proportion of women is far too small? Is it because they operate in niche areas of expertise? Is it because they don't perform well at branding themselves as experts? Etc.
Interested to hear your thoughts!
Because men think they are experts at everything lol.
No, it is not so. Women are equal to men in every field and so it on clarity. But you must understand one thing there is a difference between a woman and a businesswoman. Multi-tasking is always said to be a woman’s strength but there are other skills and attitudes that you will need to be a successful businesswoman. For business topics you need a businesswoman. Think about a woman whom you know who has in your eyes become successful and think about what traits she demonstrates. I am sure you will get the answer.
Besides if you do have any questions give me a call: https://clarity.fm/joy-brotonath
That's interesting! I hadn't noticed this trend but I bet Dan could comment on this. I am curious to hear the results :)
I have been thinking on this one and I think it's because men are just more geared toward tech and gadgets. I'm not saying women aren't ABLE to do it, I am saying that they just are more geared toward face to face interaction and problem solving.
Case in point the number of young guys and boys that are addicted to online gaming. The girls like it and play , but I rarely see females and little girls practically go into mental breakdown when they can't get online.
I have seen more dudes practically cry like babies when they can't get online to play some game.
Disclaimer: I have seen more females then I can count on two hands be addicted to facebook, Instagram and twitter. Especially facebook and Instagram .
Another reason may be that women are used to having to work harder and differently, and tend to migrate to channels that allow them to really build a following (which typically starts by word of mouth). Sad story is, men are more apt to get the trust and dollars straight out of the gate.
Never noticed the predominance of men till you mentioned it. I really don't know, but I find it sad.
All my life, I was always considered a "token female" in what had been traditionally a business mainly occupied only by men. International lending was no exception.
I have also found men to be much more willing to venture out into their own business's, with more of an entrepreneurial spirit - than most women.
Therefore, it stands to reason that there would be less women here at Clarity where people share their experience.