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My 5 part blog diary as a guest speaker for International Women's Day

Part 2

As a woman in business, we are fortunate to live in a time when more and more doors are opening for us in the business world. But we still face many challenges and obstacles, and it can be hard to navigate the complex world of business without guidance and support. I recently had the honour of speaking on a panel for International Women's Day. It was an incredible experience to be able to share my journey, my challenges, and my successes with so many other women who are on their own paths to success.



That's why having a great mentor is so important, especially for women who are just starting out in their careers or who are looking to take their businesses to the next level. A strong mentor can provide us with the knowledge, experience, and support we need to succeed in a world that can sometimes be hostile or indifferent to our aspirations.

A great mentor can help us to develop our skills, to learn from our mistakes, and stay focused on our goals, even when things get tough. They can be a sounding board for our ideas, a source of encouragement when we need it most, and a trusted advisor who has our best interests at heart.


But perhaps most importantly, a strong mentor can be a role model for us, showing us what is possible when we dare to dream big and work hard to achieve our goals. They can inspire us to be our best selves, to push past our fears and doubts, and to keep striving for excellence, no matter what challenges we may face.



I know from personal experience how much of a difference a great mentor can make in our lives. I have been fortunate to have several strong women mentors throughout my career, and their guidance, wisdom, and support have been invaluable to me.

So, if you are just starting out in your career or are looking to take your business to the next level, I urge you to seek out a great mentor. Look for someone who has the experience, skills, and values that you admire, and who is willing to invest their time and energy in helping you to succeed.


And if you are an experienced businesswoman yourself, I encourage you to consider becoming a mentor to someone else. You have so much to offer, and by sharing your knowledge and experience, you can help to pave the way for the next generation of strong, successful women in business. Thank you so much to IDC Worldsource Insurance Network for this incredible opportunity. I am beyond grateful. To watch the entire panel please click the link here.




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