As most of you who have read any of my blog posts know, I am fortunate to have three daughters. A fact that will usually congers up some interesting comments in regards to living with so many women in one house (a fact that my husband Dan has had to hear on numerous occasions). But, the journey of raising these girls into women has been my greatest accomplishment. They are thoughtful, intelligent, beautiful, funny, crazy, sporty, strong, kind and generous. Without them in my life, the world would not be as wonderful as it is.
We have raised them to be aware of their strengths and what they have to offer, to believe in themselves and to stand up for their beliefs and always try to do the right thing. The ability to understand how to navigate in the world and find their passion at the same time can be tricky.
This is particularly true in certain business settings that are still dominated by men. Navigating this path is not an easy task. The road to success is only judged by what you deem to be successful, and knowing that standard can help you as your path is being determined.
The article below gives great insight and advice to young females beginning their business careers, and as always, brings a message that women can and will – do whatever they choose to do! Click on the button to read or forward to the young business women in your lives.
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Our 3 girls: Elizabeth, Julianne and Kathryn (from left to right)
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