Blake Lively Knows Being a Perfectionist Is 'Weaponized' Against Women, But She's Micromanaged Her Way to Millions, So She's Not Stopping Now
The "Gossip Girl" actress is done apologizing for being a control freak. After all, obsessing over every little detail is what's made her mixer brand Betty Buzz a raging success.
Her Family Owned an Almond Orchard in California's Central Valley. When She Learned That Carbon Removal Could Save the Planet, She Built an Entire Industry to Make It Happen.
Today, Giana Amador's organization Carbon180 helps federal agencies with policy analysis, advises companies on investing in carbon removal, and secures billions of dollars from Congress to work towards its goal of removing tens of billions tons of carbon from the atmosphere.
The filmmaker started independent film distribution company ARRAY so she'd always have a "liberated territory" where she could tell stories she cared about.
Sallie Krawcheck Was the Queen of Wall Street, and Raised $100 Million to Launch Her Own Business. Then She Hit an Impasse She Hadn't Seen Coming.
A little-known but common obstacle for women founders, the "Series B Cliff" can make scaling a company extremely difficult. Krawcheck is doing everything she can to help founders like herself get around it.
The SKIMS founder knows exactly what sets her apart.
Shippo founder Laura Behrens Wu has created a software similar to Expedia for the shipping industry.
Melltoo co-founder Sharene Lee reflects on her entrepreneurial journey, all the way from its inception to its recent acquisition by UAE-based reverse logistics platform Cartlow.
Sometimes, when you kill off your sacred cows, you discover whole new fields of opportunity.
Building a fashion empire has taught the pop star that when people assume you're clueless, it only gives you more time to prove them wrong.
From paying attention to your physical, emotional, and psychological health, all of which are interconnected, you will be able to focus properly and run your business effectively.
From sports stars and media moguls to activist founders and tech innovators, meet the women from our October/November issue who are making a difference in 2021.
The first step in starting a business has two components: doing something and then saying, "I'm doing this." Many female entrepreneurs struggle with the second part. I know I did.
Although not all founders have equal access to VC funding, there are plenty of entrepreneurs who succeed using alternative sources of funding or bootstrapping.
Reversing the pandemic's devastating impact on women and gender equity will take a massive effort, which is why each one of us must take an active role if we are to succeed.