As you might have noticed, female entrepreneurs have become a foresee to be reckoned with in today’s highly competitive business world. This begs the question, how do they make it work. Especially if you consider that there are around 12.3 million women-owned businesses in the US, and the vast majority of them are small businesses. And still, a lot of those women are moms and are running a household. These are the model millennial women leaders, and there are some things we should be learning from them.

Outsourcing is not a crime


The millennial female entrepreneurs have learned the benefit of task redistribution. It is no longer a necessity to control every single aspect of your business. Yes, you do need to be kept in the loop, but you can also afford to redistribute obligations on your employees and team members. This takes a lot of the load off and can help you focus on the more important aspects of running a business.

Both workload distribution and outsourcing make it possible for women entrepreneurs to find the time to succeed both in their career and in their personal life. For some letting go of the reigns is not easy, but in the long run, it frees you up for more important tasks and decision-making.

Finding that coveted work/life balance

This is one of the most difficult things to achieve. Finding a way you can redistribute time so that neither your work nor your private life suffers. The fact of the matter is, once you have kids a lot of priorities change, but at the same time, you can’t just stop being an entrepreneur and running your own company. This is why organising is important.

When it comes to raising kids, a lot of millennial women take the hands-on approach. As well as investing time and resources in order to find the best possible learning centre that will offer their kids a great starting point. And add on top of all that the effort it takes to maintain a healthy and loving relationship with your partner. But these women are seasoned pros and they are doing their level best to achieve that work/life balance so that they can have their cake and eat it too.

Leave your insecurities at home

For the majority of millennial women entrepreneurs, there are certain insecurities that make them question their abilities. There is a lack of confidence when making new pitches that stems from previous experiences and rejections. There is also the constant lack of respect and demotivational behavior in highly technical industry that they seem to encounter quite often. This all tends to slow them down if not kept in check.

This is why it is important to deal with problems head on and leave the insecurities at home. Female entrepreneurs are just as capable and hard working as their male counterparts, and this is true for all the industries. This is why it’s essential for them to fight their own fears and insecurities and to leave them behind, bringing only their confidence and smarts to the business table.

Hopefully, these tips can inspire more women entrepreneurs to enter the business-owning waters and make their mark on the business world. Of course, it is not going to be a walk in the park, but every true businesswoman loves a bit of a challenge just to get her adrenaline going. And if the current trends continue to rise, we can expect a lot more female entrepreneurs to show up and take the business world by storm while still aiming to have it all in life, family included.



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