The logical person is not emotionless, but able to move through emotions to effectively assess all options and make calculated decisions that move ideas forward.
The ability to use logic is the foundation of what we celebrate here at Women’s Brains Matter. It is the core of using one’s brain effectively to take yourself, your family, your community, your career or your world forward.
A logical woman may be a mother couponing to save for a growing family. She may be a venture capitalist making calculated investments through data analysis. She may be a surgeon designing new techniques for saving lives. She may be a school administrator balancing budgets and allocating resources. And she may be a world leader assessing global and domestic issues to make the best choices for her country and the world.
Logical women are not only intelligent reasoners. They act upon their ideas and decisions, serving as catalysts for progress.