Women Entrepreneur

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Women entrepreneur
Women entrepreneur is any women who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business. Qualities a women has to hold to become successful entrepreneur 1. Self Belief
The first and probably the most important characteristic possessed by successful women entrepreneurs is self belief. They believed in themselves; what others said about them didn’t matter. They never looked for problem solvers; they believed they were the problem solvers and that belief worked for them. 2. Faith

Faith is moving ahead, even in the face of uncertainty. Did these successful business women have faith? My answer is yes. No one can build a successful business without faith because business is a game where you thrive on uncertainty. When starting a business; success is never guaranteed, compared to climbing the corporate ladder. If you lack faith, you won’t have the drive to press on even when there’s no sign of progress. 3. They are passionate

If there’s one thing that propels successful business women forward; it is passion. Successful women entrepreneurs are passionate about what they do and that’s why they built a business around what they love to do best. Neha Juneja, co-founder and CEO of Geenway Grameen Infra, has combined her passion for the environment with her talent for product design to bring a monumental change to rural households. With Grameen Infra, Neha has designed a Smart Stove that burns biomass with incredible efficiency, reducing smoke emissions by 80% and fuel consumption by 65% compared to traditional mud cookstoves 4.  They are humble and willing to learn

Entrepreneurship is a life long process and successful business women know this. Things change so fast in the business world; you could be an innovation today and become obsolete tomorrow. To stay on course and adapt swiftly to the ever changing trend, successful women entrepreneurs keep studying and learning. They read industrial journals, books and magazines. They attend seminars and update themselves regularly with the latest industrial trend. Successful female entrepreneurs know that their cup is never full; they know that they don't have the right answers to all questions. So they humble themselves and learn when availed the opportunity. 5.  Ability to handle criticism

               Show me a business woman who hasn’t been criticized and I will show you an average woman. Successful women entrepreneurs were able to achieve success because they refused to be bugged down by negative comments. If you are an individual that listens to other people’s opinion before taking action; then your success will be limited. 6. Determination

 Another trait possessed by successful women entrepreneurs is persistence. Starting a business is one thing; but sticking to the entrepreneurial process is another. Nothing good comes easy; you must give a good fight and persist on what you want; if you are to really achieve success in the business world. Without persistence, I don’t think you can become a successful business woman. 7. Dream

              If there’s anything that kept the successful women entrepreneurs going; it was their dream to build a successful business and achieve beyond weakness. Successful business women envisioned a lifestyle; they envisioned a future for themselves and they went for it. Indra Nooyi did not grow up poor but she did come from a self-described "humble middle class" environment in India. Nooyi has risen from her humble beginnings to be voted the most powerful woman of the year in 2010 by Fortune Magazine. She demonstrated her strong work ethic by working as a receptionist at night to find money to pay her college tuition. All of her work paid off as she landed positions at top firms Johnson & Johnson and Motorola upon graduation. Nooyi is now the CEO at PepsiCo earning more than $10 million dollars in compensation last year 8. They went beyond their comfort zone

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