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Advice and Inspiration From Ten Inspirational Women

The 8th March is a significant day because it’s International Women’s Day; a day when we recognise women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements, a day for challenging bias against women and a day for standing up for gender parity.

The World Economic Forum predicted that the gender gap won’t close until 2186. I recently read an article which said that women just need to “negotiate harder” to get equal pay. What we really need are figures in senior management who will champion equality in the workplace and reward men and women equally for their good performance.

I am calling on everyone – men and women – to join forces to create a more inclusive, gender equal world. Let’s stand up and shout about what women bring to the workplace and to senior positions, where the evidence shows increased profitability and success. Equality for women isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do.

Here are ten quotes from ten badass women to get you in the mood for change ...

Estee Lauder - I didn't get there by wishing for it or hoping for it but by working for it

Dolly Parton - if you don't like the road you're walking start paving another one

Jane Goodall - What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make

Simone de Beauvoir - change your life today, don't gamble on the future

Mia Hamm - I learned a long time ago that there is something worse than missing the goal, and it's not pulling the trigger

Brene Brown - It is only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness that we discover the infinite power of our light

Jane Fonda - the challenge is not to be perfect but to be whole

Emma Watson - it's not the absence of fear, it's overcoming it

Amelia Earhart - the most effective way to do it is to do it

Byron Kate - do you want to find the love of your life? look in the mirror

 


Denise Chilton Business Coach for Women

Biography

Denise Chilton is an executive coach, business coach, life coach, accomplished author, speaker and entrepreneur. She worked for in corporate banking for more than 15 years before launching her own coaching business in 2010. She has built a business working with women who want to make a change in their lives, empowering them to experience life to the full.

In 2017, she published her first book Suddenly Single: How to overcome heartbreak and find your way to a new happy ever after. Suddenly Single is a guide written partially from personal experience to help women to heal healthily after a significant relationship comes to an unexpected end.

Denise was also awarded ‘Mentor of the Year 2017’ by the Northern Power Women for her work with women.

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