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What advice can you offer women who are seeking to have their own business?

Whether we like it or not, gender equality is a dead letter in most countries. The fact that women hold only 4.6% CEO positions at S&P 500 companies speaks for itself. What advice can you offer women who are seeking to have their own business?

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Sonia Kazarova
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Sonia Kazarova Entrepreneur
Founder / CEO at The Gluten Free Goddess Bakery
As a entrepreneur and CEO I find that leadership is an incredibly rewording role and the people that I have chosen to work with are a great part of that. In terms of women who are interested in creating their own business and thus a position of leadership it is paramount to select the right team. Every person man or woman will have their own style and gifts and blind spots. If your team has strengths that support your vision and have strengths in that areas where you may need coverage, then you will find your company will soar. As for thinking of starting your own business. Action is all that matters - do it.
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