20 Sep 2020, 12:30 — 4 min read
Since publishing The Change Maker’s Playbook: How to Seek, Seed and Scale Innovation In Any Company, I have had the opportunity to speak about my passion — moving ideas to execution — with many incredible women who are making their mark on the world. I am more inspired than ever to help as a guide, advisor and mentor — to share knowledge and establish connections impacting their success. That’s because as I look back through my own career, what I see is that while gender-based inequities have in some ways diminished, others persist and sometimes have even intensified.
Women can and should boost other women up towards achieving their goals, and I am committed to do my part.
Women’s contributions to their families, communities, and our broader society and economy will be facilitated by the sponsorship of leaders who possess knowledge, power and authority — including men.
To start the new year I will be doing the first of a series of “Conversations about Women and Entrepreneurship,” this one along with Aliza Freud, Founder and CEO of SheSpeaks, the digital platform that amplifies women’s voices. If Millburn, New Jersey is convenient to you, I hope you will join the live event on January 13 at 5:00 pm at The Book House, a wonderful, independent (and woman-owned) book store. (Please share with friends who may be in or around the area!)
Women’s contributions to their families, communities, and our broader society and economy will be facilitated by the sponsorship of leaders who possess knowledge, power and authority — including men. So, this issue is important for all who believe every individual’s contributions matter and that their own actions make a difference — irrespective of gender.
Here is my top list lof to-do recommendations — culled from personal experience, observing the success and frustrations of other women executives and entrepreneurs, and the research upon which The Change Maker’s Playbook is based.
Onward, change makers, to 2021!
Also read: How to discover your next big growth idea
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Article source: https://www.amyradin.com/11-resolutions-for-women-entrepreneurs/
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Posted byAmy J. Radin
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