Congratulations you’ve jumped and your hustle is in full effect! Soooooo, where do you want to go with your business?
Existing programs that promote and support women’s entrepreneurship help address the inequality that currently exists, but they don’t reach women early enough.
It’s easy for us to believe our business problems are unique and so different that they require a degree in economics or neuroscience to navigate. But when you work with as many different types of CEOs as I have, you start to realize how oddly predictable most challenges are, even if they feel catastrophic in scope to the person experiencing them.
From the outside looking in, the entrepreneurial lifestyle can look pretty cool: you’re creating, you’re making things happen, you’re designing your own schedule and life.
Originally posted on Entrepreneur Magazine January 31, 2017 PATRICK BET-DAVID Entrepreneur Network Contributor Starting a business is no easy feat, and at the backbone of every business is a solid business plan. Before those words scare you, you’ll be happy… Read More
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