We can learn so much from the successful women role models who´ve been there, done that and succeeded in business and in life.
5 Things Successful Women In Business Understand
Understanding these five powerful success traits means understanding how to succeed not only in business but also in life. The truly successful and contented women in business have learned how to value themselves, their knowledge and the ability to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
Anita Roddick – A Role Model for Women In Business
I enjoy studying the lives of self-made successful women in business. There are many lessons we can learn from the women who came before us. One such successful entrepreneur is Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop.
Are You Using Your Natural Leadership Talents?
Leadership is more than being a manager or a boss. An effective leader knows how to draw on her natural strengths and talents to encourage others to be and do their best. Are you using your “natural” leadership talents to be the leader others will choose to follow?
Books From Wise Businesswomen
I enjoy reading books written by women who have been there, done that and succeeded. Here are five favorite books written by successful women in business. You’ll want to read these books with pen and paper to jot down notes and "aha's" that could help create even greater successes in your life.
Can One Woman Make A Difference?
I truly enjoy reading about the lives and accomplishments of women who see a cause or a need and do something to change a situation for the better. These are the wise women who have come before us and made a difference - some have acted alone and some created a worldwide movement.
Grace and Grit by Lilly Ledbetter
We can thank equal pay pioneers like Lilly Ledbetter for beginning to smooth out the rocky road of equal rights for women in the work place. I highly recommend every businesswoman read Grace and Grit. This book is a testament to the struggle for workplace fairness and equal pay.
I´d Rather Be In Charge - A Review
Are women allowing the internal image we have of ourselves to hinder our business successes? In her book I’d Rather Be in Charge, Charlotte Beers addresses both the public (external) and private (internal) aspects of women succeeding and thriving in business.
Lessons From Three Wise Women In Business
When I think of wise women, I think of women who are living in integrity, living with purpose and living their bliss. I’ve studied three wise businesswomen who have created an “ideal” life. I'm sharing what I believe are lessons these entrepreneurs can teach us about going for our own goals.
Men and Women Achieve Success Differently
I read an interesting research study recently about how men and women achieve professional success. What made it so fascinating was that the personality traits of successful men and women are similar yet, men and women achieved professional and financial success quite differently.
What I Learned from Oprah Winfrey
I watched as Oprah said goodbye to 25 years of the Oprah Winfrey show. As always, she calmly and honestly shared her heart-felt words of wisdom. Oprah is truly an empowered woman who has made a difference in the lives of millions by staying true to her own deeply rooted values and beliefs.
What Makes A Great Leader?
I work with women in business who want to become successful leaders but, aren’t quite sure if they have what it takes to lead. So, what makes a great leader? Is leadership something we are born with or can we become a skilled leader by observing and learning from others?
Where Are The Empowering Books for Businesswomen?
I started looking through the hundreds of business books available online and realized that the majority of books listed were written by men. Then to top it off, several of the books that were actually written by women had negative titles. Shouldn’t women be empowering women?
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In the past 25 years the number of women-owned firms in the US has doubled, employment has increased four-fold and their revenues have risen five-fold. What does all this mean? I believe this means that now could very well be the time to start your own business – are you ready?
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