Did you know most women already have all the skills they need to make millions and live in this world on their own terms?
According to Forbes, women are better calculated risk-takers. In fact, they are actually more likely to see opportunities where others see risks.
While female entrepreneurs are embracing risks, they're also tempering their business approach with a realistic assessment of the dangers ahead.
Female entrepreneurs quite often work harder to make their businesses a success. Compared to one in twenty men, nearly one in five women feel they lack the technical knowledge they need for their business.
While women usually don't have fewer connections to help build their businesses, this hasn´t gotten in the way of them succeeding.
In many ways, women are proving themselves to be more than capable. They're confident. They believe in themselves. And they have both the drive and the urgency to take on the best in the business.
As a matter of fact, research confirms that women make better entrepreneurs on many levels.
According to 2016 BNP Paribas Global Entrepreneur Report, women are found to be slightly more successful and have higher expectations in general.
"The glass ceiling that once limited a woman's career path has paved a new road towards business ownership, where women can utilize their sharp business acumen while building strong family ties" - Erica Nicole, who left corporate America to start YFS magazine.
William Holt is the go-to coach and trainer for executives & professionals wanting to transition to coaching as a way of sharing their professional expertise with the world. He is also the creator of the Holt Coaching Method as well as the founder and leader of the LinkedIn Group - Executive Women´s Growth Forum.
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