Hillary Clinton’s Rules for Women
- Play the long game
- Practice public speaking
- Ask for help
- Don’t be perfect, be willing to learn
- Don’t be rattled by sexism, but do stand up for other women
- Your appearance shouldn’t matter, but it does
- Listen to others in the workplace
- (But not too much)
- Forget insults
- If you think you don’t want to run, think again
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"It’s a hard thing to plan for," Clinton answered. "A lot of luck, a lot of other things may enter in."
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Hillary Clinton while her husband was running for president.
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PHOTO OF THE DAY: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton laughs after receiving a Los Angeles Lakers basketball jersey as a gift from global cultural ambassador and former NBA basketball star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on Wednesday at the State Department in Washington. Abdul-Jabbar will travel the world to engage a generation of young people to help promote diplomacy. (PHOTO: Jacquelyn Martin/AP)
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Myanmar President Thein Sein, right, shakes hands with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during a meeting at the President’s Office in Naypyidaw, Myanmar on Thursday. (PHOTO: Saul Loeb, Pool/AP)
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gestures during a event co-hosted by the State Department and Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies (GLIFAA) at the State Department on Monday. During the event Secretary Clinton was presented with the GLIFAA Equality Award. (PHOTO: MARK WILSON/GETTY IMAGES)