Trying to be liked

“Hillary Clinton has spent 40 years trying to be liked,” writes Susanna Schrobsdorff in the September 25, 2017, issue of Time magazine.

“Unfortunately, likability is too often a woman’s most valuable currency, trumping competence and worthiness. A hint of unlikability can undermine a woman’s success like nothing else. Studies show that the higher you aim, the harder it is to be seen as likable if you’re a woman.”

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