PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi
Of course I know women can't have everything, my own constant struggle with work and career had been an example to this fact that women don't get everything, something which probably comes much easier to men. Every day I see examples of women who struggles to keep a family and a career. My colleagues and friends, who had opted to work from home or freelance, in order to be home with their kids, women who do not have support of having a family member at home to look after children when she goes out to work, women whose husbands are so busy in their careers, they hardly have the time, space or inclination to talk or think about their wives' careers, are all silent examples of this fact that, no, women can't have it all.
In fact, forget a career, it's a struggle everyday to keep our jobs, to be as good, or even better professionals than the people on a career growth path. Yet everyday countless women do that, walk this extremely wobbly path of career and family happily. We don't want to become super moms, or super women, we simply want to be regular women, trying to keep our families together, and bring in an additional income home to ease things a bit.