WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS: 'The news – and maybe even your own family and friends – may not celebrate or even realize your achievements as I’ve listed here, but I wanted you to know that I see you.'
Sometime we've got to celebrate our startup journeys in world that might not even realize our achievements.
I know most of you didn’t raise $10+ million dollars for your early-stage startup that the media and public loves to celebrate, which is why I’m taking this moment to celebrate you right now.I put together a list of 12 reasons to celebrate you for pursuing your innovative idea and building that tech startup that the media won’t celebrate, let alone recognize.
So here it goes, I celebrate you…The news – and maybe even your own family and friends – may not celebrate or even realize your achievements as I’ve listed here, but I wanted you to know that I see you. You are the inspiring courageous women entrepreneurs and incredible startup success stories that I want to hear more about. Not the story about another privileged Stanford college hoodie-wearing whiz kid who raised $10 million dollars for just a paper-napkin-sketch idea.
The more real, underdog startup success stories that we can celebrate from women founders who have been underserved, underrepresented, and underestimated in the tech startup world, will encourage more aspiring women entrepreneurs to break into tech, start their innovative idea, and build their startup. headtopics.com
For now, my dear woman entrepreneur, if you resonated with any one or more of these reasons, then I encourage you to take some time right now to celebrate yourself.Yours truly,Aliya AmershiSix-Figure Bootstrapped Solo Woman FounderTech Startup Coach @ Codefree App Launch
codefreeapplaunch.comP.S. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to share with me which one or more of these reasons resonated with you and how you decided to celebrate yourself – I’d love to know! Read more: Women 2.0 »
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