"2016 will be the year in which the forces of entrepreneurialism and feminism converge. Together, they will drive a long-wave, golden age of female entrepreneurship, which will be a positive for all of us: positive and empowering for the women who make the leap, good for the economy, good for consumers, and good for society."

A lot of the time, balance is the biggest issue for women entrepreneurs...Being an entrepreneur is not an easy path to take. But if you play it smart, it is possible to juggle...Sometimes i burn the roast because i'm on the phone with an important client. Sometimes i miss an important meeting because one of my kids is sick. Sometimes i wonder why the hell i am trying to do it all. Then i remember. Because most of the time, i an. And if you can, then why not?

"It's important for people to realize that success is not starting a company - success is growing a company. It's easy to write a business plan, [but] it's not going to get you very far. it's not worth the paper it's written on - beacuse that's definitely not what's going to happen."

"Who would your rather be: a women who talks about promoting female entrepreneurship or fighting gender inequality, or a women who has built something that shows how powerful female entrepreneurs can be and inspires by example? Building and getting results speaks for itself."

"Women usually aren't very active in networking, because the majority they can connect with are men, especially in the executive level. As minorities, we must step out of our comfort zone and connect with the majority. I think what set me apart is i was never afraid of extending my reach to communities and people that were different from me."

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