When it comes to the world of entrepreneurship, women entrepreneurs are often underrepresented. But in 2007 the trend started to shift as the number of female business owners increased at least 30%.
If you are an aspiring female entrepreneur, we have listed seven planning tips that you can follow.
The era that we are currently living in is a time for unlimited networking opportunities. Used in the right way, they can pave the road to realization, fulfillment, and success.
Extroverts are decidedly predisposed towards these opportunities. By nature, they can easily connect with and assimilate to various kinds of people and groups. For introverts, this remains to be much of a challenge. Many still find themselves feeling awkward and stifled amid loud, busy social situations.
Women are known to be well in-tune with our emotions. We know how to handle our emotions well but when external factors get too much to handle, it can take a toll on us. We are passionate in whatever work we do and that consumes plenty of our emotions.
As entrepreneurs, we’re exposed to several hurdles in our journey towards building our businesses. We get busy with all the emails, business calls, social media managing, etc. which consumes our day-to-day activities. We’re also surrounded by constant competition which can be draining. The results? We get overwhelmed causing us to become unproductive.
Doreen Dilger, Certified Business Coach, Author, Artist and Founder of Women Empowering Women Now.