The advice for female entrepreneurs in the digital era is the same as for male entrepreneurs: find your passion and get out there.
“Be fearless,” says Kristina Woll, co-founder of Woll+RN, a London-based startup that offers a range of online dating and career advice.
“The first thing you have to do is be fearless.”
You can’t just go to a job interview or start a new blog and expect people to like you, she says.
“If you’re going to do that, it has to be something that you’re really passionate about.”
The biggest difference between being a woman and a man is how you approach your career.
You have to be brave, and that means embracing your passions, Woll says.
You need to be ready to take risks and take risks with your business, but also to learn and grow.
Women aren’t supposed to go to the office and be like, ‘I’m not going to work on that anymore.’
But it’s OK to go and see a doctor, say that you’ve had a heart attack, and get help.
Women are supposed to be more vulnerable and less self-reliant, and the best way to do this is to embrace your passion.
So be brave.
Start your own business in a matter of months and be proud of yourself, Wll says.
And if you’re ready to get your foot in the door, start doing what you love and start taking risks.
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