Women are kicking some serious butt in the business world. Here are 10 reasons why I believe women are so successful in business.
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Words of Wisdom from America’s Top Entrepreneurs
This year promises to be full of difficult challenges and unique opportunities for small business owners nationwide. That makes right now an ideal time to seek inspiration and advice from the leaders who have proven their ability to overcome obstacles and achieve success despite difficult times.
This unique slideshow brings together key quotes that encapsulate the wisdom and advice of 15 remarkable American entrepreneurs. From Marc Andreessen to Sam Walton, each one of these titans found ways to change the world with their vision, hard work, and perseverance.
As a business owner, you probably have multiple small fires to put out before you’ve even had your coffee–not to mention your inbox. But you can’t let that stop you from tracking the progress of your original business vision.
When everything is going especially well for a business, it’s easy for women entrepreneurs to go with the flow and ride out the wave of current success –- sticking to a daily routine of meetings, travel for conferences, and a to-do list that never seems to end. However, this routine can make it difficult to stop and examine your business because more often than not, stopping is considered falling off the track.
But when entrepreneurs make the active choice to take a moment right now and give their business their undivided attention; it can really help grow the company.
When income inequality incentivizes salespeople to sell harder, it can be a good thing. Inequality caused by gender bias, however, is a whole other story.
Because you are busy running a business, there’s not enough time in the day to accomplish everything you would like. But thinking about what you would like to do will help you move toward business tasks that should be taking up your time (if not a day, at least a few hours).