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HerStory is India's first media platform that scripts the narratives of women shaping a new economy. HerStory aims to celebrate, rejoice, inspire and drive every woman to be the most awesome version ...

HerStory is India's first media platform that scripts the narratives of women shaping a new economy. HerStory aims to celebrate, rejoice, inspire and drive every woman to be the most awesome version of what she can be. In this deck, we bring to you a quick recap of the year 2013.

HerStory is a YourStory Media initiative. Contact us on her@yourstory.com

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  • 1. 2013 Review HerStory in Quotes Stories of women shaping a new economy - A YourStory.com initiative
  • 2. In my first job, I was the only woman on the factory floor. Uma Rani, SVP, SAP
  • 3. I always have my close mentors who act as my personal board of directors. Sukla Chandra, GM, GE Global Research Bangalore
  • 4. Every time I am confronted with a problem I tell myself I have to think of it as an opportunity. Ambiga Dhiraj, MuSigma
  • 5. In the long run, short-term breaks and sabbaticals don’t matter at all. Aruna Jayanthi, CEO, Capgemini
  • 6. Be self-critical, be aware of your strengths and weaknesses, play to your strengths. Lula Mohanty, VP, IBM India
  • 7. Be aggressive about your career goals. Prasanna Anireddy, Director Engineering, Progress Software
  • 8. You can get to the top by being who you are. Finance Veteran Gita Nayyar
  • 9. Don’t forget your roots. Sheenam Ohrie, VP, SAP
  • 10. Women need to help other women. Sangita Singh, SVP, Wipro
  • 11. Do not follow the herd. Sejal Shah Gulati, President, TAS
  • 12. Looking back, you will regret the opportunities you did not take. Liz Centoni, VP, Cisco
  • 13. I love a good challenge. Zarina Screwvala, co-founder, UTV
  • 14. I believe in the potential of India and my own potential. Neha Kirpal, Founder, India Art Fair
  • 15. Women, stop feeling guilty, set a course and go after it. Nandita Das, Actress
  • 16. Women can’t do finance is a myth. Srikripa Srinivasan, CFO, EMC India
  • 17. I have this naive belief that everything is possible. Ann Rosenberg, Head of SAP Global University Alliances
  • 18. Stop feeling guilty about dreaming big. Debjani Ghosh, MD, South Asia, Intel
  • 19. You are the choices you make, be confident of your choices and move ahead. Mitika Kulshreshtha, Head of Marketing, VeriSign India
  • 20. One thing that clearly got me where I am is discipline. Ritu Madbhavi, DraftFCB Ulka Advertising
  • 21. Change is what keeps me going. Anu Vaidyanathan, Indian Triathlete
  • 22. If you are ambitious, you will feel alone. Accept that. Yeshasvini Ramaswamy, MD, E2E People Practices
  • 23. Women need to stop playing by the rules made by men. Anu Parthasarathy, Headhunter
  • 24. I am 66 and still jump out of my bed every morning thinking of my work. Laila Tyabji, Dastkar
  • 25. Be the best version of yourself, everyday. Chandra Gopalan, India Director, Contours
  • 26. You can achieve success by being who you are. Babita Jaishankar, Makeover Consultant
  • 27. Don’t try to do everything yourself, seek help. Aarti Mohan, Sattva Media
  • 28. Learn to be independent. Garima Satija, PoshVine
  • 29. You are the person who holds your destiny in your hands. Anita Nair, Author
  • 30. Arts are incredibly important to our lives. Arts make us human. Sameera Iyengar, Junoon
  • 31. I believe there is no alternative to hard work. Not just in sports but in all facets of life. Saina Nehwal, India’s Ace Badminton Player
  • 32. Women should play competitive sports. Winning is a habit. Kiran Bedi, India’s First Woman IPS Officer
  • 33. We shall bring to you stories of many more pioneers in 2014! Stay tuned! Contact - her@yourstory.com her.yourstory.com