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Women in Business

Charismata 365 presents Women in Business Series in honor of Women’s History Month Session 4 [Video]

Charismata 365 presents Women in Business. Topic: Businesses that Water Your Business. This series discuss their businesses, what made them decide to start a business, entry barriers, speaking to your former self, and what knowledge would you provide to the next generation.

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Finance for Women

High Schools In Florida Will Now Have To Teach Financial Literacy To Their Students [Video]

In a new bill passed in the state of Florida, starting from high school, students will be taught various aspects of financial literacy so enable them to manage their finances when they grow up. Governor of florida has passed a bill in this regard#financialliteracy #floridanews #financialeducation

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Female Leadership

CAMPUS BLIST – WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP [Video]

Women In Leadership can provide better mentorship especially for the younger generation, the power of role models cannot be overlooked. Regardless of a person’s gender, all people need someone who will guide them to progress in their careers. Specifically, for mentoring and coaching young talent, women leaders are better mentors than men. Get more of this from CAMPUS BLIST on SAK TV as your Host, Agness Peprah Ankomah meets with her special guests, Honourable Addea Otiko and Miss Victoria Adawoti as they discuss, educate, and entertain you with a lively conversation. Kindly subscribe to our YouTube channel SAK Tv, share, like and comment🤝

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Mentorship for Women

Meet Another 2 Of Your 6-Figure Mentors: Cedrick LaFleur and Rich Arriaga [Video]

Sign up here – https://paulmartinelli.net/pages/pm-6-figure-mentorship-program-fbDo you need some direction, guidance, or clarity as you journey toward goal achievement?Get on the phone with Paul Martinelli or one of his 6-figure mentors each week to get mentorship on your next best steps toward bringing your goals to fruition.Receive mentorship each week from experts in the following industries: business building, coaching, sales, speaker training, corporate leadership training, specialized industry training, military, and more!Sign up here – https://paulmartinelli.net/pages/pm-6-figure-mentorship-program-fb

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Women in Business

Is a college degree enough to build a successful business [Video]

Is a college degree enough to build a successful business? Is a college degree enough to build a successful business?Do you think learning stops after you finish college? You see, having a business degree isn’t required to start a business.It’s a common business myth people fall for. So, how do successful entrepreneurs think? In this video, we’ll talk about how successful entrepreneurs think. Learned something new? Share this video with a fellow aspiring entrepreneur. 👇 SUBSCRIBE TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS PINOY’S CHANNEL NOW 👇https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7rvs9680v1WCmD0EQWwTAJOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP: https://bit.ly/joinpdbbMyrna “Mommy Negosyo” Tam-Natividad is the first-ever Female Entrepreneur of the Year Awardee of the Department of Trade and Industry in Zamboanga City for 2017 and the prime developer of Grow Your Business, Pinoy! Roadmap® (GYBP! Roadmap®). She was also chosen as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipinas in 2018 by the Global Association of Women called Filipina Women’s Network based in the US.#MommyNegosyo #BusinessMistakes #businessdegree____________________________Copyright Disclaimer:We own commercial licenses for all the content used in this video and it was fully edited by us.Video excerpt: Yahoo Finance https://youtu.be/Tr6MMsoWAogPhoto credits: Tatler Asia, Generation T, Pinterest.ph, Daizy Gedeon, https://www.vox.com, content.time.com

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Female Leadership

deniselyndelle Looks at Leadership Quotes from 21st Century Female CEOs – Ann Mulcahy: Xerox [Video]

Ann Mulcahy was a person who believed in making sure that her employees understood that she had concerns for their lives in and outside of work.Sometimes we forget that it is employees who are the ones who actually make our businesses happen. Because of that, we need to make sure that we, as leaders, are there to cheer them on and to help them when they need it.If you are a leader who desires to help other leaders in your organization to understand the importance of compassionate and encouraging leadership, please do contact me via my website: www.leadershipladylive.com