An accomplishment of purpose or aim can be defined as success. Others might perceive success to be something different or have an entirely different meaning of what success is. Others consider success as landing in their wildest jobs and to others might be standing up to their misogynist boss. A successful business woman, on the other hand, is self-assured, identifies her limits and is ready to push them. Such a woman knows her flaws and weaknesses but instead uses them to outwit her haters. She has a set of goals to achieve and assess to blow if they emerge in her way. She is a force to reckon but the queen in the confinement that you prefer in your hand. There is a lot that sets successful women apart from typical ones around.
In the current world, there is a diverse range of women at the top of their game in various industries of specialization, especially in business. Not to mention that most privately owned businesses in America are owned and run by women. Most women have realized a better version of themselves out there and are willing to grow and to search for it. That is what they are exactly doing. They are always filled with passion and drive, making these the vital factors for their success.
For Susan McGalla, nothing has held her back or deterred her chances for success according to prnewswire. The Pittsburgh, PA-based expert consultant, and prominent businesswoman, has had an incomparable personality that has propelled her to a successful career. She is the well-known Director of Strategic Planning and Growth for The Pittsburgh Steelers as well as the founder of P3 Executive Consulting, LLC. As a retail expert and an experienced marketer, her firm deals exclusively with organizational development, creative, a range of brand and supply chain for high-profile clients and notable corporations in both the retail and non-retail industry.
In her endeavors as a successful business woman, McGalla has also faced a lot as a woman in stature. Despite some patronizing remarks, misogynistic comments, and heightened inequality during her initial stages of her career, the odd experience did not put her down put gave her more courage to press on. She has always been confident, fiercely independent and determined to succeed. Her network also comprises of women who are on the top of their game and share a close personality like hers. She is widely known as the former president of American Eagle Outfitters Inc. and the former CEO of Wet Seal Inc.
McGalla started working for Joseph Horne Company back in 1986 to 1994 where she served at several marketing and managerial posts. She later joined American Eagle, a place that defined and shaped her career. She then left the company and joined Wet Seal at the time when it was facing a crunch. She initiated a few strategies and business plan that saw the company get back on its feet. McGalla is also a board member of HFF Inc., a publicly traded corporation that offers commercial real estate as well as the Magee-Women’s Hospital Research Institute and Foundation.