"Nine Business Insights from Time CEO Ann Moore, Plus the Mix-and-Match Women" from the online newsletter Knowledge@Wharton [free site, registration required.] Her numbers 5 and 6:
Five: Power accrues to those who produce results. Profits matter. "I won the key to the corner office because, for more than a decade, I managed more than 50% of the profits Time makes," said Moore. "I created a lot of those profits. I launched more magazines than (Time founder) Henry Luce."
Six: "This may confuse you," Moore admitted, "but power isn't everything." Power means incredible sacrifice and constant trade-offs between work, spouse and family. She said she "paid a price for power, and I wonder how many women today will be willing to do the same." Moore has been married for 31 years and has a 21-year-old son in college. She heartily endorses a blend of work and home life, but warned, "Find your own balance and be happy."
Read all nine insights here.