Why follow Blogs for Women Entrepreneurs ?
Women Entrepreneurs like their male counterparts also need support and encouragement. Learning from successful women who have taken those first steps and are a brand by themselves will boost the confidence.’ If they can do it, I too can do it” is what one will be likely to say.
1.The Chalene Show & Build Your Tribe
She started out making fitness DVDs and selling them through infomercials. Now she has a huge online empire where she teaches other how to create a business and life that they love. She is all about balance and family. So, it is great to hear things from her perspective.
2. Cindy- Creator& Owner of DIVA
Cindy Tawiah is the creator and owner of the Diva By Cindy hair care system and its philanthropic efforts
My ideal customer as a woman who is losing hair breakage and thinning as a result of traction or tension alopecia and women experience tangled not it matted hair.
3.Prachi Garg- Superwoman
Encouraging entrepreneurial thinking, motivating innovators to take the plunge, and inspiring women to break their shells – Prachi Garg, serial entrepreneur & Founder Ghoomphiro, puts together life-stories of 20 superwomen in her maiden book.
The book has life stories of these phenomenal women, who made difference at an early age
Source: Memuna Umber-Entrepreneur
A few Sites
Catalyst is a nonprofit organization that aims to change the lives of women by changing the workplace. They are on a mission to create more inclusive workplaces by expanding opportunities for women in business. Their objective is to create an organization where employees from all dimensions of diversity can thrive.
Catalyst has an organization of more than 800 members across the world with offices in India, Europe, Canada, United States, Japan, and Australia. Their work is rooted in their research, which they publish on an insight blog called Catalyzing. The findings of the research by Catalyst sheds light on the challenges faced by women at work.
They raise awareness about how diversity is beneficial in today’s global business world, and provide guidance on how to inspire real change.
2. Chic CEO
Chic CEO is all about empowering women by giving them the knowledge and the expertise that they need to start their own business. The website features excellent tutorials that are both practical and easy to implement. If you have an idea for a new business but you have no idea what to do with it, head over to Chic CEO.
Chic CEO will give you all the ground knowledge for starting a business.
SIX FALSE IDEAS ABOUT BECOMING AN ENTREPRENEURLuck is the majority of the cause of becoming successful.
Luck has very little to do with it. In my situation, I built my business while working full-time at my previous job. I woke up at 5 AM worked until 6:30 AM, then hit the shower and got ready for another full day at my ‘real’ job from 8:00-5:30. I’d then go home, eat dinner and work on my business until 11 PM. If you call that luck, then I will have to agree to disagree.
3. .The Founding Moms
Tagline: HELPING MOMS GETDOWN TO BUSINESS
The Founding Moms is a collective of offline meetups and online resources for mom entrepreneurs around the globe.
4. The Boss Network
Welcome to ©The BOSS "Bringing Out Successful Sisters" Network; our mission is to promote and encourage the small business spirit and professional development of women. The BOSS Network is a community of career and entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online and event-based networking.
-Your network determines your net-worth... grow with us.
1. # Girl Boss
The founder of Nasty Gal offers a sassy and irreverent
manifesto for ambitious young women
At seventeen, Sophia Amoruso decided to forgo continuing education to pursue a life of hitchhiking, dumpster diving, and petty thievery. Now, at twenty-nine, she is the Founder, CEO, and Creative Director of Nasty Gal, a $100+ million e-tailer that draws A-list publicity and rabid fans for its leading-edge fashion and provocative online persona. Her story is extraordinary—and only part of the appeal of #GIRLBOSS.
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2. Superwoman-Prachi Garg
This book brings forth the stories of twenty women entrepreneurs who have struck a perfect personal-professional harmony, and a chord with their immediate consumers. Their innovative ventures encompass a varied range of services – from supporting victims of acid attacks, to providing free skin care solutions; from online retail of lingerie, handmade bags and fashion accessories, to eco-friendly products of everyday utility; from pet care products, to quirky merchandise; from empowering folk artists, to providing clinical assistance to those going through tough times; from image consulting to house hunting; from arty solutions, to innovative marketing and corporate communication; from creating happy readers to making religious ceremonies simpler – these entrepreneurs have opened avenues formerly unexplored. Superwomen is an interesting journey of how they played all their roles to perfection, aligning their families with their ambitions, showing the world their true mettle
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10 Best Blogs for Female Entrepreneurs
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