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Wisdom Exchange TV is an educational resource to inspire African women to learn, lead and succeed in life, business, and community. This ‘HOW TO’ forum will provide strategies and leadership lessons from African women pioneers,trailblazers, and leaders of many. These change agents will inspire us to stretch our vision of what we can do, and what WE can be. New interviews and Expert Perspective blogs are updated regularly with the insights of the women leaders of today for tomorrow.

 

Expert Perspective

Nov 22 2017

Forbes: Why Women Entrepreneurs Over 50 Hold The Aces

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Kerry Hannon This is not a how-to column for women over 50 who want to start their own businesses, but rather a “why not?” one. We hear a lot about sexism against businesswomen and a lack of venture capital for women-owned enterprises. And both of these are serious concerns. But based on my reporting … Continue reading Forbes: Why Women Entrepreneurs Over 50 Hold The Aces

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Nov 21 2017

weWednesday: How to bring what you love into your living

by YouMeWe

 Part of the Explore your Why – 9 part series weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox.   In this week’s episode consider: What motivates you? In which order of priority? […]

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Nov 20 2017

The Encore – AVIS: Commit to Planning Ahead for Road Safety

by Women Presidents' Organization

Big business trip planned? A special level of attention to detail is needed when preparing to drive. No matter how much planning goes into ensuring a safe trip, no one ever plans to be in a crash. Take the time to be prepared and be safe. Big trip: Do your homework – know your route … Continue reading The Encore – AVIS: Commit to Planning Ahead for Road Safety

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Nov 20 2017

How to bring what you love into your living

by YouMeWe

Part of the Explore your Why – 9 part series Sheila Freemantle, Founder of Tintsaba, a social enterprise in Swaziland, had a love for the finest traditional crafts, quality textures, and excellence. This love inspired Sheila to specialise in refined, high-quality sisal basketry weaving. Sheila was educated in societal development and African languages, and she loved handcrafts […]

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Nov 17 2017

Forbes: Why Entrepreneurship Is Better Together

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Geri Stengel Finding another female-founded tech startup with ambitions to scale in Arizona is like looking for the mythical unicorn, said Vicki Mayo, cofounder of TouchPoint Solution, a wearable technology that reduces the stress response. So when she heard about Project Entrepreneur’sSummit in Los Angeles, where women entrepreneurs had the chance to connect with one … Continue reading Forbes: Why Entrepreneurship Is Better Together

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Nov 15 2017

WPO Guest Blog: Lumen Art Design Gives Tips On Successful Design Lighting

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Mariya Kucherenko, P.Eng IES All of the greatest metropolis areas in the world have one thing in common: easily recognizable, iconic night-time city sky lines. Visually striking lighting effects help emphasize the very best features of the urban landscape, not only showcasing the character of the area but also creating the ever-inviting so called “wow” … Continue reading WPO Guest Blog: Lumen Art Design Gives Tips On Successful Design Lighting

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Nov 14 2017

weWednesday: Contribute to whom you feel connected to

by YouMeWe

Part of the Explore your Why – 9 part series weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox.   In this week’s episode consider: Who do you feel the most compassion toward? Why […]

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Nov 22 2017

Forbes: Why Women Entrepreneurs Over 50 Hold The Aces

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Kerry Hannon This is not a how-to column for women over 50 who want to start their own businesses, but rather a “why not?” one. We hear a lot about sexism against businesswomen and a lack of venture capital for women-owned enterprises. And both of these are serious concerns. But based on my reporting … Continue reading Forbes: Why Women Entrepreneurs Over 50 Hold The Aces

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Nov 21 2017

weWednesday: How to bring what you love into your living

by YouMeWe

 Part of the Explore your Why – 9 part series weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox.   In this week’s episode consider: What motivates you? In which order of priority? […]

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