Woman of the Millennium Your Future Starts Here

Authoritarian leadership and tight control was the hallmark of that yesterday’s businessman, and women were not exactly welcomed into the ranks of management.  This was intimidating to women because it placed a low value to their contribution in business and society.

http://isaac-khonjelwayo.com/bored-to-death/When the first generation of women entered the workforce in earnest in the 1970s, they succeeded in the only way they could –

Well ladies, that was yesterday, and today is today!

Today’s CEO/entrepreneur can no longer tap his/her company’s full potential using a “command-and-control” style of managing business and people to make things work in the realization of bottom-line. 

Forget what your mama or your boss told you, because following outdated rules can be bad for your career. 

Woman of The Millennium must draw a wide range of skills to get to the top and stay there. These tips are essential in making a success out of your career! Forget what your mama or your friends tell you, because following their advice can be bad for your health too. 

Self Improvement Life TIPS!

  • Prepare your own success path
  • Reinvest yourself and your image
  • Focus on your strengths and contribute to others
  • Learn from those who believe in your potential
  • Catch up with high-tech era skills
  • Challenge opportunities and go for it
  • Seek a mentor and stick with them
  • Read books written by authors who made it

It takes a certain mind-set and bravado for anyone to start their own business and succeed, but it’s even more difficult for a female entrepreneur to crack the success male dominated business code. Let alone getting credit for their initiatives.

Let’s face it, ladies!  
After all, if we can bear and raise the future generation, how can running a successful business scare us? We’ve always had to be twice-as-smart and twice-as-confident as any male counterpart in the corporate world.   

So Let's work with them and learn from them, men are becoming more accepting and receptive to women leadership than we can afford to give them credit for. Ladies! the ball is in your court play your part and make a difference.


Be the best you know how to!

I would like to thank Isaac for being such a patient coach. To bring the confidence in me and encouraging me to realize my true potential is truly an honour. God Bless you!


  1. I am impressed by your article J.T. I never thought there are women who think like you. Great article keep going - i enjoyed reading it.


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