The more I interview female entrepreneurs, the more I see how many answers lie within us and how much potential we have to change the world.
For most families in Togo, Africa, the cost of school uniforms is too high to pay.
At an estimate of $15 dollars, the garments are not seen as a necessity in this small country, where nearly 70 % of its rural population lives on less than $1.90 per day.
Inspired by a story featured in the bestseller book Half the Sky (2010) on how the provision of school uniforms helped school retention rates, Payton McGriff started brewing a simple business idea: teach girls how to sew their own uniforms so they could always go to school.
One in three children and youth are out of school or in school but not achieving basic literacy and numeracy. They could be benefitting from a rich variety of open educational resources that exist online, but there’s another problem, over 60 % of the world’s population currently does not have access to internet.
Are you unsure on what sets your soul on fire? Have you lost sense of why you became an entrepreneur? Do you know how to lead effectively by connecting your business vision, mission and core values with your team, clients and tribe’s heart?
In this free webinar I share with you tips on developing clarity on mission, vision, mindset and leader/ship.
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