Here are 16 Cities where Women Earn More Than Men

As the father of three daughters and the husband of an entrepreneur, I expect that these women can and will receive equal earning opportunities.

Are there places where women earn more than men?

In an article in on it states, “The financial literacy website Nerd Wallet recently analyzed data from the U.S. Census, comparing the median salaries, cost of living, income equality between the sexes, and population growth of 522 cities: 61 large cities with populations over 300,000, 241 medium-sized cities with population from 100,000 to 300,000 and 220 small cities with populations under 100,000. The result is a comprehensive list of the top cities for women to work in America.”

This interactive chart is encouraging.

Top Twenty Google Search Business Leaders

Are you shocked that Oprah is the topped rank business person in Google search? Maybe not, but a very dead Henry Ford out ranks Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban. And the guy that created a chicken sandwich with pickles out ranks all three.

Why marketers choose certain colors

Colors are so important in our lives. There are so many times color evokes an emotion and we are unaware just how well this had been planned. Understand why marketers choose certain colors and you unlock ways to connect to your audience and customers.

The infograph below was found in Ragan’s PR Daily and I found it fascinating. The graphic comes from Certapro Painters.

Take a good look at the graphic. Save the PDF (psychology-of-color) for the next time you need to make a color choice.

A good study of the graphic will help you understand why marketers choose certain colors to gain a reaction in response.

— Al
Psychology of Color [Infographic]

Courtesy of NowSourcing, Inc

Download the PDF: psychology-of-color

Chick-fil-A Leadercast – Simply Lead

The annual Leadercast took place today in Atlanta, GA and was broadcast to 120,000 people to sites around the world. I attended in Nashua, NH after five years of hosting it in North Andover, MA.

My friend Michael Hyatt was a host and he did a great job.

Enjoy the tweets from the event! Find a site to attend next year’s event.