I am a strong believer in Entrepreneurship, and I’ve made it one of my life’s core missions to encourage Women to go into business for themselves. Entrepreneurship offers women access to a unique kind of social and economic power as well as a potent kind of self-sustaining financial independence.
While I’ve always been and still am an advocate for women getting into entrepreneurship and making their ideas work for them, I also realize that not everyone is ready or interested in building a business full-time; the truth is, it requires extremely long hours, hard work for many years, and complete dedication. But that doesn’t mean you can’t start learning the ropes, building your skills, and creating real financial independence for yourself (and who knows, maybe you’ll love it so much, you’ll want to make entrepreneurship your full-time gig).
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