Mitali Sharma Says Women Entrepreneurship Contributes A Lot To The Economic Growth
The journey of a new entrepreneur is arduous and the path is dotted by many challenges. A seasoned entrepreneur lets you in on what to expect.
One of the biggest decisions in everyone’s life pertains to their career trajectory. Do you want to be work for an organization all your life or are you ready to take the plunge into becoming an entrepreneur? I chose the latter. While the journey towards such a life may not have been easy there has been much to take away and learn. My journey as an entrepreneur has molded me into as a more rounded individual — professionally and personally. The experiences have enhanced my personality, thought processes and perspectives depending on each practical and emotional situation. I have thus tried to articulate some key things I learnt as an entrepreneur.
Nowadays women entrepreneurship contributes a lot to the economic growth. They are job creators for themselves and others and also provide society with different solutions to management, organization and business problems. However, the number of Women entrepreneurs is quite less and often face gender-based barriers to starting and growing their businesses.
Women entrepreneurs see the world through a different lens and, in turn, do things in a different manner. There are several reasons why women entrepreneurs have a fantastic future in the upcoming era.
· Women are better connectors and possess proficiency in networking.
· Women are perfectionists and never settle for mediocre results.
· Multitasking has been in their blood since ages.
· They build businesses that deliver value for multiple stakeholders — customers, employees, investors, and founders.
· Women think success comes from hard work not just from being “awesome.”
· Women share the credit. They build companies where employees feel valued for their contributions and input.
· They work in a calculated and well thought out manner.
· Women know the articulate methodologies to balance profession and personal life.
The journey of an entrepreneur can be quite taxing both physically and emotionally. Understanding that the journey is a marathon and taking time to invest in your physical and mental well-being is as important as working on the idea.