Women Entrepreneurs Face Unique Challenges When It Comes To Launching Their Own Business

Diana Long works to support and guide women in creating their own businesses and avoiding common mistakes.

While women entrepreneurs endure distinctive trials while getting started in their businesses, many different programs understand the necessity to focus on the training and preparation in order to maintain a successful business.

“Most people insufficiently use their talents because they fear stretch goals and the prospect of leaving their comfort zones,” says Diana Long, CEO of the Life + Work Institute LTD.

One of the ways women are changing the world is through businesses.

As a strong new trend is emerging for women in the workplace, they have been starting businesses. According to Natalie MacNeil from Forbes Magazine, women have been creating their own businesses at a higher rate than men for the last two decades and most create businesses based out of their home with five or less employees.

It is predicted that women will create over half of the 9.72 million new small business jobs by 2018.

A well-known woman and Democratic presidential candidate in the business industry, Hillary Clinton, grew up working for her father’s small business.

“Despite generations of progress on so many other fronts, it's still too hard to get a business started today. Hard work is no longer enough to guarantee opportunity. Credit is too tough to come by,” Clinton says.

Women entrepreneurs face unique and often hidden challenges as they launch, grow, and scale their businesses.

However, Long believes that women who acknowledge the inner critic voice instead of resisting it followed by designing a strategic plan to outline the overarching objectives for the company will be bullet points to success.

“Do not make the mistake of trying to do everything yourself,” says Long. “Find a mentor or a coach to be your source of brainstorming, processing ideas, problem solving and for emotional support. Mentorship and coaching are positively and directly correlated to successful entrepreneurship and serve to mitigate the learning curves of running one’s own business.”

Diana Long provides private coaching, consulting, and training for entrepreneurs, service based business owners, and executives.

“Diana Long is absolutely the top tenth of the one percent of most insightful coaches and trainers available today,” says Coach Industry and Thought Leader, Christian Mickelsen.

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