My first impressions are always right. I never regret my decisions. I don't care what people think. Humans lie to ourselves all day long. You know the old saying: fake it 'til you make it. And, as Sue Shellenbarger writes for The Wall Street Journal, self-deception has its benefits.
While Paul Thompson's Ask Men column about why women make bad bosses (we're emotional, territorial with other women, hold grudges and it's a man's world) reads like an unsatirical satire of what men think, Penelope Trunk's "women don't really have problems in the workforce" tome is just ridiculously stupid.