How To Become A Woman Entrepreneur
So while I was searching for keywords I came across the one in the title. Which did give me bit of a giggle, cause I think it's pretty obvious to become a woman entrepreneur you well kinda have to be a woman.
I just can't see what the difference is apart from that LOL.
So what really is an Entrepreneur - male or female?
Dictionary.com says: “a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.”
Anyway back to the story ... I was searching keywords because my new client is a woman entrepreneur, coach and about to be author. So I have been doing a lot of research into other women entrepreneurs who dedicate themselves to inspire and lift up other women to be their best selves.
Women Entrepreneurs Crushing In
My research has revealed to me a whole cosmos of talented, almost always beautiful, and almost always young, women entrepreneurs.
My disquieting thought on this was ... Maybe I don't have what it takes!
I have no desire to be competing with these women. I don't feel like I am remotely in their league. Their stories of making it from nothing to the big time before they turned 30 should be uplifting to me.
But they don't't.
They just create doubts and insecurities.
They all seem so professional, so self-assured, so talented - I imagine this is what it takes to become a 6 figure entrepreneur.
Am I batting above my average with this whole internet marketing thing?
I believe I am currently doing what other won't so I can live the life others can't. I do love that quote.
I am hard-working, I am willing to take risks and try new things. I am dedicated and committed to making this work and creating the life I want. I am giving consistent, massive action to my business now - there is nothing more to give.
Will that be enough?
Don't get me wrong this isn't a pity party and I am not looking for any sympathy. It has simply caused me to take a step back and have a good hard look at the realities of my skills, talents and ambitions.
Is it time to ask the hard questions? Are some of us, me included, kidding ourselves to think we can replace our current wage with a longer term view to becoming part of the 6 figure Club?
To be honest I expect and am used to having life work out in my favour. I hope that doesn't sound too conceited but I truly expect the universe to have my back, for things to take their course, but ultimately that I will be OK and things will work out for the best.
Will this time be different?
I'd love to hear where you are on your journey. Do you have days with some doubts still, do you sometimes read or watch success stories that make you question yourself or are you so convinced that success is just around the corner that you are charging full steam ahead?