.Let’s take a stab at it.Here are 10 reasons why women are better entrepreneurs’;
A stronger network means they will be better resourced throughout the life of the venture. By leveraging their connections, they will have to reinvent the wheel less and learn fewer lessons the hard way.
2.WOMEN ARE BETTER AT MULTITASKING.
They can work towards multiple priorities and balance multiple roles simultaneously. They won’t shy away from a full plate and will be equipped to handle the multifaceted job of entrepreneur.
They have high standards and won’t settle for mediocre efforts or results. The business will save money and time because haphazard mistakes and sloppy work will be avoided in the first place.
4.WOMEN TAKE OTHERS INTO CONSIDERATION.
They build businesses that deliver value for multiple stakeholders – customers, employees, investors, and founders. They aren’t out for purely their own gain and their “put others’ first” attitude will net tremendous loyalty for the business in the long run.
They are willing to do what it takes to hit the mark and they don’t let their egos get in the way. Failures, which are inevitable, spark a redoubling of efforts, not a crisis of self-worth.
6.WOMEN SHARE THE CREDIT.
They build companies where employees feel valued for their contributions and input.
They consult others about important decisions to make sure they aren’t overlooking something. They won’t be afraid to change course if new information or learning is brought to light.
8.WOMEN DON’T TAKE AS MANY RISKS.
This means that the ones they do take are more calculated and well thought out. They won’t over-extend the company by chasing bright shiny objects or the latest hottest idea.
They understand that the price paid or received isn’t the whole story. They think about value more broadly and understand the price that relationships and the process requires.
Their commitment to their company is only enhanced by having a full life outside of work. They know that friends and families are an important part of overall satisfaction and that the costs of burnout are significant for both themselves and the company.