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Well I think most people think I don't like about sports that by ask somebody go to North Carolina as the -- about sports.
Actually about education.
You know -- athletic scholarships.
-- sports opportunities activities.
I just part of that.
That was good education before 1972.
For instance I don't know if you've ever heard -- doctor Susan -- -- great.
Cancer doctor on breast cancer.
Wanted to go to Harvard he -- -- -- 5%.
So here I heard that story and -- leadership.
And long and I believe that I didn't realize it bothers -- so.
Small before and it doesn't mean having doctors -- -- and ideally a 5%.
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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- There's more than 50% of women enrolled in university.
Colleges now have completely change that it would not have to about -- To the business -- at this time is hours business.
Ultra discipline -- Business schools all the schools these symbolic pundits and I haven't -- couldn't intermediate federal financial system which everybody wants money.
That you've got to be play it straight for the men and women it's really about sex discrimination.
About giving equal opportunity.
And right to borrow points but -- -- so far behind.
Win -- line with past June 23 nineteen cent to.
He -- anytime you have.
Anybody impressed -- -- -- hollered like gender like anything.
We want those doors open -- -- store doors are ajar.
Take advantage of an eleven just they're coming through the -- -- like crazy and educated.
You know -- each generation passes it down for the next generation won't work to have this opportunity.
Even they didn't understand -- came about.
-- -- sports by.
Makes them better business.
We -- how to get a -- people.
-- believed we learn how to be supporting -- -- all these different roles when you're in sports and boys are you -- this.
I don't mean now they know what it has departed in it because they've been doing it for salon the if you get a girl and -- sports.
It's very very important that that -- it is that -- learned the culture is that the culture of business.
You know men started -- you have to understand.
From my guns and and I think it's important to alert you just look all the different aspects of getting along adjusting.
And how to compete you learn how to incomplete and that's the -- the real world the real world works.
-- Everyone should -- everybody should have a way to make a living.
The economically independent.
-- with another person.
For the right -- not because depending on somebody else economically and it's not a good position.
So men and women both should be trained definitely need more educated in certain areas of technology.
And job opening developing for job.
Are qualified for -- -- Women make -- currently is.
-- -- you -- -- it stands now well I think coming to this conference.
Probably I think it's thirteen out of fourteen years.
I'm -- -- made -- -- stories and updates.
And it became what they are I think.
It's amazing how they've overcome the odds you know against -- -- some time.
Lot of these people have single mothers.
Just to hear their story coming up -- -- in their brightening to.
That is -- and they have -- they have.
That fire in the belly quality that's what makes great in that fire in the belly.
And are able you know what makes a great athlete makes a great person that is -- you can integrate your head your heart you got together.
That's what makes a champion.
In every phase of life.
Head Barton got together integrated when they're totally integrated.
We -- on fire now cylinders and that's but I find -- CEOs with these successful businesswomen.
Just when they speak you just like -- they ignite.
They've not -- to help me thinking.
Just igniting -- just the -- do things that are really great -- -- every single person that influence there.
But these people are in positions of leadership decision making.
The military -- their struggles it's not easy but they figured out they adapt I have these two things champions in job.
And champions like keep adjusting upward justice as the go to -- they have a life every single person -- different situation.
And pressures of privilege.
Is turning point.
Police isn't happening for sure and I'm a small business -- -- -- will not realize have been popular.
With 1960 days.
-- determined very high risk endeavor.
Very -- extremely small but -- -- -- And also -- you know world lieutenant most of the biggest percentage I don't know you know the legal to build up freedom.
We count on -- that long been someplace to place them we've always want to own team.
You know these -- dreams come true but it's it's really.
I love the business side of it not just as a player I really was a business person I hope I'm applying.
And no one ever looked at -- that way and I would talk about owning pertinent art.
You know putting my money that they do -- -- other high risk and that didn't ever much money.
So when my former husband and I were married we reaction to an exhibition in 1960 we have no money that everything we -- -- -- Thousand bucks.
Did this exhibition at the Oakland coliseum and the successful.
And that's and and I've never looked back I I love I love tennis I know what I I know I -- -- and you -- -- -- -- know -- -- know.
And now I understand it and understand politics all -- -- ago.
Which is a big part of being in this fourth didn't end.
In business and everything.
This -- politics and everything.
-- -- understand people you know it's.
I -- what I've learned along these.
Softball field on the basketball court in on the test scores.
And -- I I use it every single day my business but I but I learned on the basketball court tennis court.
You know I love basketball my first -- I played softball.
I could just help -- it helps every single day to make better says it could be able to bounce back.
The three billion me about -- -- sports is billions if it just.
You know you're just doing everything he just adapting Gulfport -- never operating.
Still some group.
Already I didn't clubs.
Reliance what is what is scratching the surface that a women have a long way to go look at congress.
With 7% -- We've only got what seventeen CEOs -- CEOs that upwards when he.
The top -- fortune 500 it was a seven night through the years ago.
It's gonna take a long long time every generation -- one step forward.
And I had to come to -- that have been getting our kind of like -- done anything you know -- -- want.
It's like I think you know what I can -- -- in my life and make us go forward -- words that make this world a better place.
Then I've done my job and then the kids you know -- happened upon the generation.
And that's I always understood that if I can help get the first layer -- now.
And then each generation keeps you on the next plan -- -- that's -- you can really do but it's going to take a long time.
Women have to -- now who have demanded -- have to say I want like Ursula Burns.
That's a very I think we'll have everything I want to be.
-- and it's okay.
It's -- doesn't matter Google like every night.
But okay that they respect him.
Leadership -- -- feel very lonely place.
But it's really important to the right thing not a its popular.
But do the right thing and things -- common good.
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