Amelia Earhart's Role As An Effective Leader

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Amelia Earhart faced several significant obstacles in her life that shaped her role as an inspiring leader for women. During Earhart’s time, men were considered to have more “intelligence, coordination, speed, coolness, and willpower” than women. People somehow thought that males were better than females. However, for Amelia, this prejudicial challenge only served as greater motivation for her career as a pilot, proving the stereotypes wrong. Especially when buying her first plane, Earhart struggled, and only “[after] six months managed to save enough money”. Financial trials made things very difficult for Amelia to aspire, but she worked hard and collected the money she needed in order to be the leader that she was. In 1928, “three women had

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