I feel like stories about women succeeding in business are limited and generally not well publicised. I'll admit that many of the people who inspire me - who I listen to, read, and follow are men. I'd love more female role models - but I've found they're 'slim pickings'. Maybe I haven't been trying hard enough?
I'm a huge fan of Tim Ferris's podcasts, I'm addicted actually, and I noticed today that so many of the wonderful people he interviews are men. While I'm loving listening to the wonderful, smart, inspiring people he has on his show, I do wonder where are the interesting, inspiring and successful women?
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