Even though women own 38% of businesses in the U.S., they still face challenges that men don’t encounter. Despite making monumental achievements in commerce, innovation, and marketing, life as a female entrepreneur can still be a hard-fought battle.
What’s your morning routine look like? How you start your morning sets the tone for your day and it can be an indicator as to how productive it will be. Whether you’re used to making a beeline for your cubicle and hoping your boss doesn’t notice that you’re late or the one that’s always early with first dibs on the Keurig, there are a few things you can do to enhance your morning experience.
If you want to get ahead of the game, you have to lead from the front. No one can successfully lead the pack when they’re constantly following others. Stop playing catchup while others are making moves.
Historically, financial service and accounting career paths have been male-dominated. There are many things that can contribute to this. And when there’s an added perception that there are barriers to entry based solely on your gender or race, it can deter women from pursuing careers that they could be perfect for.
Do you feel like you’re stuck in a dead-end job? …do you get anxious just thinking about leaving for work in the morning? …or maybe you press the snooze button until the last possible moment just to hold onto a few extra moments of bliss?
When you become an entrepreneur, you’re sort of thrown into the deep end of business. There is no one there to tell you whether you are doing things right or wrong. Which means you are on your own when making some of the big decisions of your life.
We juggle everything! Often stumbling through our to-do list while multitasking a million other things. Be honest, you know that you’re guilty of texting your best friend while meal-prepping and trying to reply to an urgent email… at the same time. We’re all guilty of it.