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  • Writer's pictureSimrat Gauri

Visionary Leadership - Advice - Part 1




  • Guarding Your Vision and Passion

  • Overcoming Gender Bias and Doubt in Leadership

  • Focused and Resilient Entrepreneurship for Young Women

  • Challenging Gender Norms in Corporate Leadership

  • Clarity of Purpose in Your Entrepreneurial Endeavours

  • Leveraging Women's Skills in Management

  • Empowering Women to Take Charge and Lead

  • The Multitalented Nature of Women in Business

  • Celebrating the Dreams and Visions of Women Entrepreneurs

  • Vision and Networking: The Entrepreneur's Assets



Guarding Your Vision and Passion

Be passionate about your visions and don't allow others to taint or diminish your success.


Overcoming Gender Bias and Doubt in Leadership

Never doubt yourself! Women in positions of leadership and business ownership frequently encounter bias. Both in the workplace, where preconceived ideas about what it takes to succeed abound, and in their personal lives, where they must navigate the gendered expectations placed on them by their employers.

There are no obstacles here; we can succeed in any field we choose and overcome every challenge we face.

Nidhi Mehra, Founder, Myplan8


Focused and Resilient Entrepreneurship for Young Women

If you're a young woman who wants to be an entrepreneur, my advice to you is to start small, stay focused, and never give up. It's important to have a clear vision of what you want to achieve and to create a solid business plan that outlines the steps you need to take to reach your goals. As you build your business, surround yourself with supportive people who believe in your vision and provide encouragement when you need it. Be prepared to face challenges along the way, but never let them discourage you. Instead, use them as opportunities to learn and grow. Finally, never stop learning and seeking new opportunities to improve your skills and knowledge. With hard work, determination, and a positive attitude, you can achieve success as an entrepreneur.

 Tripti Verma, Founder, Study At Home Private Limited


Challenging Gender Norms in Corporate Leadership

I remember when I was in school & college the top ranks were always taken away by the girls. Today when I look at the corporate hierarchy I see the top management is dominated by Men. Where have all those rank holders gone? Why are they not to be seen? Being a woman I understand how this society expects women to take the responsibility of personal life as a top most priority, which I feel women do beautifully. At the same time the girl who had topped her school has her dreams deep inside her waiting to soar high and fly. Don't let anything stop you. If a woman wants to she can do wonders by balancing her personal and professional life. Don't allow society to condition your mind.


Dhanya Menon, Founder, Neptune Excellence LLP


Clarity of Purpose in Your Entrepreneurial Endeavours

Get clear about what you want to achieve. Have the end on site. Move like a river.

Sarah Greenway, Founder, The Happy Healing Hut CIC


Leveraging Women's Skills in Management

‘Women already have a skill to manage things in a proper manner. Just work hard to follow passion without any diversion.

Trupti Pimpalkar, Founder, NEVEX ENTERPRISES


Empowering Women to Take Charge and Lead

My advice to the young women out there is do not wait for your prince to provide for you and protect you. Stand up for yourself, take control of your life, do what you love, become who you want to be, be financially independent and be your own boss. You can do it! Our role is not just to provide for our family but also to establish our Own Identity!

Neha Pramod Karekar, Founder, Neha Karekar & Associates


The Multitalented Nature of Women in Business

I strongly believe women are flexible, adaptable & multitalented. The ability to multitask is one I thrive on. It has helped me grow as a mother & woman of the house that improved my design skills & built my business. Therefore, I have no chance to hire women. I have women staff working at various levels, whether it's designing, managing finance and even working at site. I'm proud that I have women carpenters making furniture and women labourers working on site.

​​Richa Mongia, Founder,  Live Fabulous - Redefining Interiors


Celebrating the Dreams and Visions of Women Entrepreneurs

For all the women with dreams, passions and visions, you are doing great. Keep working hard and you will see the results. You are already a leader by choosing to be entrepreneurs. Be consistent in your business and you will see hard work pays off and miracles do happen.

Ayesha Kotwal, Founder, UpRisers Preschool


Vision and Networking: The Entrepreneur's Assets

1. Trust your vision

2. Your Network is your Net Worth.

3. We are born strong and multitaskers so believe in yourself.

Karishma Anadkat , Founder, Kurtosshhh

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