in the upsurge of entrepreneurship, women entrepreneurs have begun to become more choice. However, because of the special social culture, women are unfair in many aspects. In short, public opinion on female entrepreneurship injustice, female entrepreneurs are often regarded as "stereotyped woman" impression, or are considered "restless woman", greater ability in all the pressure of women entrepreneurs need, the following Xiaobian provide women three key success, welcome.
a sense of humor
well, that’s obvious. Everyone needs a sense of humor, doesn’t it, but it can be different for women, especially those who want to be successful in their careers?. Women like to ask questions, and men usually do not do, in addition to the men’s eyes, women tend to be more sensitive, like to haggle over. Therefore, women entrepreneurs need to find a clever way to make men change their misconceptions.
sometimes, men’s "good intentions" may also become an insult to women, and even make many young entrepreneurs feel angry. For example, if a female entrepreneur in the roadshow, was asked by the opposite investors, who will take care of your children after you start, really do feel very unhappy.
for investors to ask these questions, there may be no malice, just casually said. But for women entrepreneurs, this means that once they choose to start their own business, the choice to build a job offer for hundreds of companies, it can not become a competent mother.
you rarely hear investors will ask male entrepreneurs who care about this problem, they are not a good father? Here, I want to quote Jessica Herrin answer, she comes from Stella & Dot company, when investors asked this question, her cheek said: "the children? Oh, they are playing in the street with a knife."
for those who are not new female entrepreneurs, but also a sense of humor is also essential, and better than male colleagues a stronger sense of humor. For example: I have participated in a forum period in the host introduced the men got a degree, with a lot of wonderful words of praise, and in introducing a woman get a degree, he said, this woman has overcome enormous difficulties, came to the Stanford University… It’s kind of ironic, isn’t it?
I hope this is just an example, but this is not the case, if the host wants to take a joke on someone, believe me, the other is out of ten women. This is not to say that the host really wanted to be a "bastard", he may be just a joke, but the female "kaishuan" seems to be more safe.