Haywire Inc. Shares 3 Lessons We Can Learn from Wonder Woman on International Women’s Day!

Haywire Inc. loves an influential female individual in reality and in movies. Wonder Woman made its debut in theaters last year. Ever since then, the film has been named as one of the best DC Comic action movies by critics and audience. March 8th is known as International Women’s Day, where women’s accomplishments from every field are recognized and appreciated. “Couple key factors stood out to us when speaking about Wonder Woman and International Women’s Day. The obvious factor of a woman being a symbol of hope because she cares about those who are considered ‘little people’ for these and many more reasons, Haywire Inc. has come up with a few lessons we can all learn from Wonder Woman,” says Danielle Hay, managing director of Haywire Inc.


The Right Action


Wonder Woman is consistently put down because she notices those that need help. She was constantly told by Capt.Trevor that she needs to stick to the mission. “Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) still, regardless of what she’s told helps people because she understands and is compassionate. She sees innocents being taken away for various cruel reasons. Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you believe is right. Often women are told to just back away and not be part of a conversation, but this is where Wonder Woman shows us, we need to be there front and center,” says Danielle Hay of Haywire Inc.


Empathy and Compassion


“Empathy and compassion are needed to succeed in any field. If you are stone cold and hard others can’t relate to you, and you won’t be as approachable. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or Wonder Woman, it’s important to understand others, your team, and your company and crew. By doing this you can help solve problems and make everything around you run much smoother,” says Danielle Hay of Haywire Inc.


Be a Leader That No One has Seen


In the business industry, we are always competing to be the best of the best. In the movie, Wonder Woman becomes a leader to people. She leads the way for others, and her excellent character helped those in need. Choosing to do something, as Captain Trevor says in the movie is the best way to beat not doing anything at all. “This is a great example of leadership. Owning up to doing something regardless of what’s going on. Your intention to help and efforts matter greatly. It’s about the fact if you’re willing to try at all” says Danielle Hay of Haywire Inc.