Remove inhibiting pressures.
When inhibiting pressures aren’t a factor, people will behave differently. For example, Matt shares that women don’t shy away from asking for raises because they don’t want them. Really, it’s due to the inhibiting pressures that come with them (such as women being less likely to get raises and being socialized not to ask). When those pressures are removed, women are more likely to ask for raises.
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