I believe that success is the feeling you get when you wake up and realize that you have made your dreams come true.
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!
When discovering that there was an entire community of women supporting each other in aviation, I felt compelled to share the women’s story as they were incredible role models.
Being a leader of a small enterprise as well as managing two locations have been both my biggest successes and challenges.
We started our brand, Be the Bay, around the Chesapeake Bay to celebrate the unique character of the region and raise money for restoration projects through profit donations.
I want to help poor domestic helper, because in India domestic helpers are in the worst conditions.
Leah Goold-Haws knew that the fastest way to her teenagers’ hearts and minds was through games.
My top challenge has so far been staying committed to being a business owner while a majority of people around me tell me to go back and get a job and say why are you working this hard.
Success is learning how to make sure that HUMAN CAPITAL + SOCIAL CAPITAL = FINANCIAL WEALTH.
Success ultimately is when people ‘get it’ that I am doing the business because I deeply believe that thousands of people can benefit from using the Alinker.
I created Lucky13Fitness in 2010 as a way to combine my education in the mental health field with my passion for fitness.
To offer a cutting-edge, top of the range, quality education to the Nigerian child even at a time when standards are falling.
Deep inside me I had always wanted to be independent and be free of restrictions, but at the same time do such work that would help change the lives of the people I worked with.
After graduating as a designer from The Academy of Interior Design instead of making a career the conventional way for interior designers I decided at the age of 22 that I wanted to somehow specialize in High end design fabrics.
I wanted to have the freedom to pursue my passion and work to advance my dreams, make more money than I was making and still do things I wanted to do.
Molly DeCrow, Sara Buntrock and Amy Mannes: What’s Your Virtue? Positive Messages on Women’s Cosmetics
We had an idea that we thought we could bring a different viewpoint to women’s cosmetics.