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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

Aug 18 2017

WPO Guest Blog: Accessibility, the Forgotten Realm in Digital Design

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Janet Ogdis Learning and understanding are fundamental components of our human experience. Oftentimes, our journey to understanding can become frustrating due to obstacles. These obstacles can range from ongoing conditions (such as dyslexia) to distractions in the given environment (distance, visibility, etc.). In the design world, users’ obstacles should be acknowledged and responded to in order to achieve accessibility and usability. … Continue reading WPO Guest Blog: Accessibility, the Forgotten Realm in Digital Design

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Aug 16 2017

Houston Business Journal: 4 Things I Learned Starting A Business As A Woman

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Pamela O’Rourke   Six months isn’t a lot of time. It isn’t enough time to grow a baby, let alone a business, but that’s all the time I gave myself to start one. When I went to banks looking for a loan to start my IT consulting and project management company, they turned me … Continue reading Houston Business Journal: 4 Things I Learned Starting A Business As A Woman






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Aug 14 2017

The Encore – Prudential: Helping To Protect The Future Of Your Business Part II

by Women Presidents' Organization

The Prudential Insurance Company of America and its affiliates offer a wide range of insurance products that can help your business continue successfully in the event of your death or disability. Insurance is a vitally important business tool that is often overlooked. Whether your business is a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a limited liability company, … Continue reading The Encore – Prudential: Helping To Protect The Future Of Your Business Part II






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Aug 11 2017

WEGG – The Story of Happy Beginnings: Women Entrepreneurs

by Women Presidents' Organization

In this post we focus on:  Why women don’t see themselves as entrepreneurs; five challenges faced by women entrepreneurs; gender differences in perceptions and propensity to start a business; and, diversity in innovation.  It’s really a story of happy beginnings about and for women entrepreneurs.  Read on. 1. Why women Don’t See Themselves as Entrepreneurs (The … Continue reading WEGG – The Story of Happy Beginnings: Women Entrepreneurs






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Aug 09 2017

Huffington Post: 7 Tips For Women Entrepreneurs To Achieve Purposeful Leadership

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Lili Gil Valleta It has been proven that mentoring improves performance and women are better suited for leadership. However, while women may have the natural ability to lead they are often more self-critical compared to their male counterparts and therefore hold back from jumping into opportunities or leadership roles; unless they feel 100% ready. This is exactly … Continue reading Huffington Post: 7 Tips For Women Entrepreneurs To Achieve Purposeful Leadership






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Aug 07 2017

Advantage | ForbesBooks: The Greatness of Gratitude

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Bea Wray, Chair Entrepreneurship Practice, Advantage Media After years of working side by side with scores of entrepreneurs, there is one generalization I have come up with. There is no one generalization. But there is one key ingredient that separates the successes from the almost-rans. Gratitude. First, gratitude makes the right people want to be … Continue reading Advantage | ForbesBooks: The Greatness of Gratitude






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Aug 04 2017

WPO Guest Blog: Creating a Mindset of Courage To Step Into a Bigger Arena

by Women Presidents' Organization

By Marissa Levin It takes great courage to think big. It’s much safer to stay where we are comfortable, because big thinking requires us to examine what’s holding us back. It requires us to evaluate the decisions we’ve made in our lives that seemed right at the time, but perhaps ended up not serving our … Continue reading WPO Guest Blog: Creating a Mindset of Courage To Step Into a Bigger Arena






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Aug 18 2017

WPO Guest Blog: Accessibility, the Forgotten Realm in Digital Design

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Janet Ogdis Learning and understanding are fundamental components of our human experience. Oftentimes, our journey to understanding can become frustrating due to obstacles. These obstacles can range from ongoing conditions (such as dyslexia) to distractions in the given environment (distance, visibility, etc.). In the design world, users’ obstacles should be acknowledged and responded to in order to achieve accessibility and usability. … Continue reading WPO Guest Blog: Accessibility, the Forgotten Realm in Digital Design






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Aug 16 2017

Houston Business Journal: 4 Things I Learned Starting A Business As A Woman

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Pamela O’Rourke   Six months isn’t a lot of time. It isn’t enough time to grow a baby, let alone a business, but that’s all the time I gave myself to start one. When I went to banks looking for a loan to start my IT consulting and project management company, they turned me … Continue reading Houston Business Journal: 4 Things I Learned Starting A Business As A Woman






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