The leafs of history are filled with greatest people whom we admire most and follow from a early age. We follow them as our idol and molding our lives and ethics on them. Even today we have the same heroes who do that today are mistreated, act against and cruelly become victims of media and governments. They are doing for the nation’s sake for years and still now doing so. Sheryl Sandberg is one of them.

Sheryl Sandberg the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook born on August 28 in 1969 at Washington, D.C. to a Jewish family. In 1991, She received her graduation degree from Harvard College in economics and she received her M.B.A from Harvard Business School in 1995. She is an American technology executive, activist and author. In June 2012, she was selected to the board of directions by the existing board members as the first woman on Facebook’s board. Before that she was the Vice President of Global Online Sales and Operations at Google and was engaged to launching Google’s philanthropic arm Earlier that she served as the chief of staff for United States Secretary of the treasury Lawrence Summers. Sheryl got married at the age of 24, and then divorced after one year. She again got married to a Yahoo! Executive Dave Goldberg in 2004 who later become the CEO of SurveyMonkey. They have two childrens. After death of her loving husband on March 4,2015 Sheryl learned how to love, life and how to adjust with the tremendous grief. She has wrote down all the lessons in an essay on facebook. She wanted to share her experienced to others so that they can face the tragedy of life. She is an icon or idol for working women who feels guilty by thinking herself as a failure mother because she missed the childhood of her children as well as thinks herself as a failure wife because of not having times for managing the home. She remains busy to make her carrier.
She is also the author of bestseller “Lean In”. She wrote there for asking men and women both to “Lean In Together” for gender equality at home and abroad.

10 tips we can found from the book “Lean In” is the following:

1. Assume the mantra “proceed and be bold”.
2. Modify from a “what do I get?” to a “what can I offer?” mindset.
3. Negotiate-wisely.
4. Break your long-term goals into short-term steps.
5. Sit at the table.
6. Listen to your inner voice.
7. Don’t ask, “will you be my mentor?”.
8. Understand and challenge gender bias.
9. Make your partner a real partner.
10. Don’t leave before you leave.

Here a video is uploaded with Sheryl Sandberg’s top 10 rules for success:

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