The Confidence Factor
How to earn more and demand
more in your business
The Confidence Factor
According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, there are
126m women operating new businesses and ...
The Confidence Factor
…. women need entrepreneurial education. Winning business
concepts are just as likely to be conceive...
How to get back your
Confidence Factor
• No more emotional pricing
• Charge what you are worth
• Ask bigger questions
• Al...
For more information
www.CarolSankar.com
The Confidence Factor for Women in Business
The Confidence Factor for Women in Business
The Confidence Factor for Women in Business
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This presentation is from Affiliate Summit East 2014 (August 10-12, 2014 New York City).
Session Description: The Confidence Factor was developed following a focus group where women discussed the challenges they face in attempting to compete in a male industry and feeling out-placed by the market.

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The Confidence Factor for Women in Business

  1. 1. The Confidence Factor How to earn more and demand more in your business
  2. 2. The Confidence Factor According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, there are 126m women operating new businesses and another 98m at the helm of established ones. Yet we face a huge equality gap. In only seven countries—Panama, Thailand, Ghana, Ecuador, Nigeria, Mexico and Uganda—do women take part in business at rates equal to men’s; in some countries, like Pakistan, they barely take part at all. Even when women are active business owners, they do not reach their potential: women own almost three in ten American firms, yet employ only 6% of the country’s workforce and account for barely 4% of business revenues.
  3. 3. The Confidence Factor …. women need entrepreneurial education. Winning business concepts are just as likely to be conceived at the kitchen table as in the garage or at business school, but research shows women doubt their capabilities and fear failure more than men. Training can equip women with the confidence to see bold ideas through. Goldman Sachs’s 10,000 Women programme, for example, provides underserved women with business and management education. Eight out of ten of the programme’s graduates have boosted revenues; nine out of ten have paid it forward by mentoring other women. - The Economist
  4. 4. How to get back your Confidence Factor • No more emotional pricing • Charge what you are worth • Ask bigger questions • Align yourself with PROVEN leaders • Do not accept excuses for payment • Be authentic! • Be selective in the company you keep • Learn how to say NO
  5. 5. For more information www.CarolSankar.com

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