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Women Entrepreneurs

Mompreneurs

This Founder's Letter to Her Daughter on What It Means to Be an Entrepreneur and a Mom Will Inspire You

Her biggest advice: You don't need to do everything, no matter what anyone says.
Challenges

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Join a Startup

Beyond the glitz and hype, a new businesses may present a certain gritty reality. Steer clear if you're not prepared.
Entrepreneurs

After Being Told She Wasn't 'Entrepreneurial,' This Woman's Startup Is on Track to Hit $40 Million in Sales This Year

The co-founder of sheet company Brooklinen learned to stay focused, determined and motivated.

5 Tips for Women Entrepreneurs to Close the Savings Gap

Women workers make 76 cents on the dollar compared to men. The gap continues when they start a business.
Veterans Day

How This Army Lieutenant Colonel Turned Her Personal Battle With Stress Into a Business That Helps Others

Soraya Goddard is taking the skills she's learned proudly serving our nation and building a business future.
Women in Business

6 Quick Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

You belong in the business world the way you are, not the way others expect you to be.
The Digest

This Entrepreneur Who Left Tech for Food Got $3 Million in Funding After She Decided Not to Be 'Too Innovative'

Nona Lim pivoted her eponymous company twice before hitting on her increasingly popular soups, which now come in a convenient sip cup.
Leadership

She Isn't Afraid to Get Dirty for Her Family's Million-Dollar Business

We talk treasure hunting with Monica Beets from Discovery's no. 1 series 'Gold Rush.'
Leadership

The Surest Path to Success Is Owning Your Mistakes and Realizing That Your Career Path Will Not Be a Straight Line

Bentley University president Gloria Larson shares the lessons she's learned about advocating for yourself and others.
Wonder Woman

When Faced With an Imperfect Team, Ask Yourself: 'What Would Wonder Woman Do?'

Imperfection is a human condition. Wonder Women accept this fact and lead accordingly.
Mompreneurs

Why Mothers Make Better Entrepreneurs

Raising a family might be more similar to running a startup than most people would realize.