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A list of TOP 300 Women Causing Ripples in their Niches Around the World

Top 300 Women Reveal What they Want to be Remembered For

A list of top 300 women leaders curated from massive engagement and extreme exposure on social media confirm that for the first time in history, women are better educated, more ambitious and arguably more successful than men.

Women have outnumbered men on college campuses since 1988.

These women wear heels, but shatter glass ceilings to thrive globally, no matter the trend.

Challenges and Obstacles Facing Women

Women are reluctant to showcase their achievements

Women still earn significantly less money than men and remain markedly underrepresented in high-status, powerful positions

While 65 per cent of men report having an account at a formal financial institution, only 58 per cent of women do worldwide

Women tend to wrap up talking about their achievements in a “we” and collaborative form and tend to downplay achievements. Men tend to talk up their achievements as down to their own abilities and are more overtly ambitious about their aims.

In more than 90% of training for small business and startups that i have attended,  when men introduce themselves, they begin with their full names, then titles, and they do not even mention that they have a family. Women, on the other hand, start by stating that they are mothers, then give only a first name, and their title or position usually comes last.

As of 2018, it is estimated that there are over 12.3 million women-owned businesses in the United States

Women Leaders Causing Ripples Today

On the 30th of April 2019, I promised to share a list of 300+ women doing great things around the world in their niches. These are women who we had interacted with on Social Media in one way or another (Neville Gaunt’s List of Women Leaders). The only way to share that list is to operate within Twitter rules and regulation by getting consent.

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