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A few things - Gini you said: "I want to point out two things: A "start-up" by the definition of the term is a venture or angel invested company and there are very few women entrepreneurs who make the billionaire list."
This is not necessarily true, there is a thing called boot strap. Myself and hundreds of other entrepreneurs have taken this route to build successful companies - primary point cast as your main goal: we need work, not money. And, although there may not be many 'billionaire' women, there are many, many female multi-millionaires.. I have several as clients - who built very successful companies, most having a child or two or three in tow during the voyage - and with or without husbands as the case may be.
Gini responded to Patrick: "I don't think that's a challenge at all! I totally agree you can have both, just not at the same time."
Nonsense - I operated as a very proud SINGLE parent having custody and for a long time, and did do both, at the same time -
In the beginning, you just have to meet the 100+ weeks head on... and stay with it; all things will fall in to place.
Very good points of view throughout the comments so far...
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