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19 female entrepreneurs and business owners share the silver linings that are helping them through the pandemic (by @dreamyhumans)

6/30/2020 4:19:00 PM

19 female entrepreneurs and business owners share the silver linings that are helping them through the pandemic (by dreamyhumans)

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Sarah RibnerCountless small businesses and startups around the country have been struggling due to the economic shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.These 19 female entrepreneurs and founders, all members of networking communityDreamers // Doers,have found unique ways to keep their business afloat, and stay positive despite the setbacks. 

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Allison McGuire, founder of a presentation coaching business, has shifted her teaching to focus on virtual skills, while Katherine Sprung, owner of ahand-crafted marshmallow company, has been baking and shipping her sugary concoctions from home.."Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it."

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, this nugget of wisdom has never rang more true. Since it's already been established that everyone will be affected by this global crisis in some form, the focus has now shifted to how we've responded and where we'll go from here.

The following 19 female leaders have all been strongly impacted by COVID-19, causing many to rethink their business models and abruptly shift their plans for the future. Yet in the midst of this uncertainty and hardship there is hope — a silver lining — for some good to come from so much pain.

From having more space to lean into projects that have been on the back burner to growing closer as a team and having the bandwidth to serve a larger audience, their COVID-19 accounts teach us that while we can't control everything that happens to us, we can control how we respond. 

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