Women Entrepreneurs Who Inspire Many, But Who Inspires Them?
We all have someone special in life whom we look up to for inspiration. They keep raising the benchmark of our own lives and propel us to keep going continuously. Women, as a matter of fact, form great role-models. Want to know who do our women entrepreneurs turn to for inspiration? Read on.
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Kusha Kalra, Founder of Happy Lives, says,”Lady Diana, Sushmita Sen, my mom and Bushra Azhar (Queen of Online Business) are the few women who have been an inspiration in my life from childhood till now as a single mom and solo entrepreneur. They inspire me to be kind, courageous, never give up and break away from my fears and to live for what I love.”
“They inspire me to be kind, courageous, never give up and break away from my fears and to live for what I love.”
Roshni Mukherjee, Founder of ExamFear.com, shares that her mother has been a constant source of inspiration in her life since her childhood. “Though she herself never got a chance to attend college, she inspired me every moment since my childhood to be independent and successful in life. It is true that a woman (as a mother) has all the power to build a better generation.”
Simran Oberoi Multani
Simran Oberoi Multani, Founder of Ovenderful, shares that having met Sheryl Sandberg personally has made a big difference to her. “An inspirational woman is one who reflects courageous leadership as well as knows the value of uplifting other women. She is secure and confident in her abilities, and does not hesitate to create more women leaders. Sheryl embodies that for me. It is easy to be a leader who has many followers. But it is more difficult to be a leader, who many other leaders follow too. She is exactly that – a woman who leads by her actions and not just ideas!”
“An inspirational woman is one who reflects courageous leadership as well as knows the value of uplifting other women.”
“I was an underdog and got written off at the inception of my career by my seniors. After a turbulent childhood, a bitter divorce and then abandonment by family, I was left with no choice but to pack my bags and leave my hometown; Delhi. I came to Bombay with a red suitcase and truckload of courage. This world is a difficult place for a woman who has dreams and a mind. But not for women like me who are stubborn, stubborn enough to alter her destiny!”, she shares adding that she had to go through several adversities and nights to rebuild herself.
“The one thing I am proud of is not my success, it’s my strength. Paperless Postcards is not a product of talent, it’s a product of tenacity!” she added.
Sakshi Shrivastava Bhattacharyya
So, who are you inspired by? Share with us in the comments section.