Is work-life balance a fantasy? How can you be content when you’re running on two hours of sleep, two liters of coffee and two emotions—exhaustion and dread—about the transition you are planning? Here, social entrepreneur and surfer Farhana Huq offers her best advice for doers and seekers.
Last weekend, female entrepreneurs, warriors and future empire runners planted themselves on the Upper West Side of Manhattan to attend the first Cosmo conference titled: Cosmo’s Fun Fearless Life. I was one of the young and “fearless” in the crowd and looking for a morning jolt stronger than coffee. I found it, through the infamous(…)
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Add these creative, enthusiastic and out-of- the-box educational initiatives to schools around the world, and we think you will have in-hand the best recipes for cool and engaged learning for all kids everywhere!
Did you know that attracting an angel investor is easier than ever before? In 2013, only 24% of U.S. women-owned ventures received angel investment, according to the Center for Venture Research. But there are now more people investing as angels globally, and many are specifically looking to support women entrepreneurs. Here’s what you can do(…)
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Sapna Shahani started WAVE (Women Aloud Videoblogging Empowerment) in India in 2009. Her dream was to give young women from states throughout India video cameras and training as citizen journalists.