In response to Still in the Boys’ Club
Michael Ham wrote:
“I agree with the article and the content of your blog, but I disagree on why there aren’t more women in the industry as managers or CEOs [...]
“Corporations and hick town FMOs both prefer to hire top executives from within their own group and those who have ‘field’ experience. Wendy Waugaman Carlson has never had a day’s experience in the field cold calling on prospects. She is highly educated and very intelligent with a law degree but still no actual sales training or field success. Comparing her as the example for other women to follow is not the best idea (in my opinion). Instead, train more women in the art of the sale. More women in the field selling product = more women in the ivory tower managing top executives.”
In response to Should I Build My Own Tax Practice?
E. Shel Yetman wrote: