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Your Stories, Your Words: The Latest From the 1,000+ Stories Project
More than 1,000 women entrepreneurs from around the world have told us about their personal business journeys. Here are their stories, in their own words. Tell us yours!
I believe in the benefits of counseling and see it as a necessity not a privilege, so I wanted to make it available and affordable for women everywhere.
I created Booty Parlor out of a lifelong obsession with beauty and sex. I always saw my feminine sexual spark as a powerful source of creativity and satisfaction, but many women struggle with self-doubt and body insecurities.
In 2001 I went on a quest for the perfect chocolate chip cookie. I couldn’t find any recipes I liked so I made up my own and started feeding them to people.
My role model isn’t any one person, per se, but rather a collection of women who achieve greatness as mothers, professionals, friends, sisters, and partners every day despite the impossible list of challenges.
I wanted to share my love of math and logic with my daughters, but, could only find apps that treat math as a problem, instead of the solution.
Our most important roles models are the countless women entrepreneurs who have a dream fullfilled by owning their own successful business. They inspire us to do what we do each and every day.
I started my own business for the satisfaction of providing quality footwear that fits, and the joy that comes from learning a craft that’s been handed down through generations of other craftsmen.
I gave birth to my daughter in March 2011 and in June 2011 my company was in business. I needed to make a difference for Resting Mommies and their families.
I have a passion for building my own machines, failing, learning, innovating, growing. There is no greater exhilaration than to be “in it” and have to make decisions which actually have an impact.