Women Entrepreneurs, Their Secrets To Success! Here Are Mine.

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“Take risks in your life. If you win, you can lead! If you lose, you can guide!” ~ Swami Vivekananda

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“Take risks in your life. If you win, you can lead! If you lose, you can guide!” ~ Swami Vivekananda

The focus should immediately be paid to hearing what women have to offer and recognizing the value of investing in them. So what is really sparking women’s interest in the start-up scene? Experts name marketplace trends, expanding financing options, the rise of venture-backed funds led by women and greater access to mentors are some amongst several.

In the years of my journey as a woman entrepreneur, I have encountered several non-believers, people who have criticized me, people who have constantly found faults in me, people who have condemned me. While I may have across gender roadblocks all my life, they’ve rarely affected me. Here’s something I keep saying to myself, “You are worth so much more than the ways you’ve been treated!”

One more thing I have learned the hard way is that exhaustion can hinder even the most successful high-achievers. I once collapsed so bad from sleep deprivation that I hurt myself real bad. It was the wake-up call I needed to reorient my viewpoint. Also, when you’re pitching, refine your message into a story that is relatable to everyone.

No matter how many people tell you, “you were born to do this”, mind my words, they’re lying in plain sight. You aren’t born an entrepreneur, you become one! There’s no “genius gene” for entrepreneurship. I am born to doctor parents, but right when I was 15, I knew I didn’t want to become one. Entrepreneurial instinct kicks in when you actually take action on your idea. There are no special people or business unicorns that are destined for success. Only those that take the plunge and execute their idea will learn and grow into entrepreneurship.

Women are bringing a fresh perspective to a mostly male-dominated space. The idea of developing confidence, embracing failure and the idea of hyper-targeted messaging might be traits that may come as second nature to men in the business. But the tide is changing and as more female entrepreneurs embark upon entrepreneurship and share their findings with other women, the cycle is bound to continue. If the trend of women in entrepreneurship continues on the same course, women could very well make up a large part of the business-owner population. Imagine a world where women not only can start and run businesses but they are seen as the pulse of a healthy economy.

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2 Responses to " Women Entrepreneurs, Their Secrets To Success! Here Are Mine. "

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