The phrase “glass ceiling” refers to the invisible barriers that can prevent individuals, particularly women and minorities, from advancing in their careers. It can be easy to become discouraged and feel limited by these barriers, but it is important to remember that we have the power to choose how we respond to them.
One effective way to break through the glass ceiling is to simply ignore it and focus on doing our work to the best of our ability. When we get caught up in worrying about what we don’t have or what is holding us back, we are taking our energy and attention away from what we do have and what we can accomplish. Instead of being limited by the glass ceiling, we can choose to focus on what we can control and make progress in our careers.
It’s also important to remember that the glass ceiling is not a physical barrier, but a mindset. By shifting our focus from what we can’t do to what we can do, we can start to break through the limitations that we have placed on ourselves.
So let’s ignore the glass ceiling and do our work with confidence and determination. If we focus on what we can do, we will be surprised by how much we can achieve.