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An Indian Entrepreneur’s Plea to Her Brother

After a heated argument, Gauri Singh wrote a letter to her brother which offers insights into the complicated nature of gender in India and is a passionate plea for hope.

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Kathy Ireland’s Role Models

Supermodel turned super-mogul Kathy Ireland opens up about the three people who influenced her life the most. She shared her inspiring story as a keynote speaker at the NAWBO Women’s Business Conference on Friday, Oct. 5.

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JFK and Random Kids

There is a movement brewing among young people who are waking up to the problems around them and taking action in meaningful, effective ways. Learn more about Talia, who mobilized kids to raise $10 million for Hurricane Katrina Relief.

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Erica Diamond: “Family Comes Before Business”

Erica Diamond, founder of WomenOnTheFence.com shares how she balances work and family as a mompreneur and why we all need a good support network to keep our energy high.

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An Entrepreneur You AUTO Know

Audra Fordin is determined to defy stereotypes and she’s not afraid to get dirty along the way. This feisty mother of three rolls gamely under any broken car and fixes it better than many men.

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Kenyan Entrepreneur: Dust off Failure to Embrace Success

From the corporate world to the realm of entrepreneurship, Eva Muraya is one of Kenya’s leading businesswomen. After working successfully with big multinational companies for 15 years, she quit because she wanted to conquer new challenges that allowed her to use her creativity.

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Ask, Ask, Ask

After starting her own company FairTaste to help underpaid farmers, Puifung Leung quickly realized she knew nothing about running a business. In this Inspiration Minute she shares the one secret that turned FairTaste into a successful social enterprise.

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Inspiration Minute: Make Mistakes and Laugh

Without any formal business education she started Becky’s Pet Care in 1998, walking dogs with her infant son strapped to her back. Her business has grown steadily ever since and today she employs 85 people. Watch this Inspiration Minute.

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A Glimpse Behind The London’s ‘Women’s Olympics’

American women athletes beat the sweaty gym socks off of their male counterparts at 2012 London Summer Olympics bringing home more gold and total medals than men for the first time in history.

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Don’t Go Into Business for the Money

Whaaaaaat? We thought that was the whole point! Watch an Inspiration Minute to see why a leading entrepreneur thinks it’s a bad idea.

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