Planning Your Way To Success, Ann-Christine Langsellius’ Path To The Top A former athlete, Ann-Christine Langsellius is an investor, programmer, and investor who have been changing the perception of the world about women. Born into a Swedish family, Ann-Christine Langsellius is the daughter of a former award winning United Nations [...]
Sharon Lechter on Overcoming Fears, Changing Career Paths, and Educating Women on Financial Literacy “Failure is man-made circumstance. It is never real until accepted by man as permanent”, Napoleon Hill wrote in 1938. The fear of failing is paralyzing then and it still is now, 78 years after he [...]
Stephanie Breedlove On the Slowly but Surely Way to Success and Running a Successful Business with Her Spouse The Big Switch After giving birth to her eldest son, Stephanie Breedlove was ready to go back to her corporate job. The problem was that she and her husband Bill needed to [...]
Angélica Fuentes is one of Latin America’s most recognized businesswoman and philanthropist and is renowned as one of Mexico’s most influential woman according to Forbes magazine. In her thirty-year career, she has served as CEO of a global nutrition company, an international cosmetics brand, and a major natural [...]
From intern to Director of Austin City Limits Music Festival. How did she do it? Find out her secrets to remaining calm amid the chaos and what qualities help her succeed in the highly stressful events business.
Sister Jenna is a spiritual leader, author, radio and TV personality, renowned speaker and founder of the Meditation Museum in Silver Spring, Maryland and McLean, Virginia. Selected by Empower a Billion Women 2020 as one of 100 Most Influential Leaders of 2015 and served as a principal partner [...]
Amy Vetter from Fast Company shares "Women entrepreneurs are the fastest-growing segment of business owners in the U.S. But, compared to male-owned businesses, women-owned businesses generally fail at a higher rate, employ fewer people and generate less revenue. The reasons for the disparity are complicated and varied: difficulty in accessing capital, [...]
In this June Forbes Article, Ingrid Vanderveldt is featured as one of the self made women. Denise Restauri, contributor shares ten examples, one of them being Vanderveldt. Comfortable Being Uncomfortable. Self-made women have learned that being successful isn’t a cake walk- that it’s often tough, scary, frustrating, and certainly lonely. They also know [...]