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WOMEN TAKE CHARGE (2011 SURVEY)


The recent MOOD of America (Measuring Optimism, Outlook, and Direction) survey presented by Lincoln Financial Group reveals that women are decidedly more optimistic than men, with three-quarters of women saying they are optimistic about the future compared to only two-thirds of men.

The survey uncovered that 79% of "take charge" women feel that there are no limits to what they can do or accomplish, and a vast majority (93%) believe they can always find a way to solve their problems. In addition, individuals in control of their lives generally feel that success in life is determined by forces within their control.

The MOOD survey showed that in today's society, optimism comes from a place of strength and confidence. Click here to see the full MOOD survey.


 

Video: Women Take Charge

Watch this video to hear from a collection of women, from all stages of life, discuss their optimistic views about their future and what they do to take control of their lives.

 
 

Women Take Charge by the Numbers

93% of women who feel in control of their lives believe they can always find a way to solve their problems. Click on the image to see more behaviors of "take-charge" women.


Find tools and tips on how you can take charge of your life and feel more optimistic about your future at www.LincolnFinancial.com/CLO.

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