I welcome you to yet another volume of Simply Inspirational for Women in Business Journal™. Simply Inspirational for Women in Business Journal™ is dedicated to women globally who aspire to be entrepreneurs as a way of gaining financial independence, to care for there families and create opportunities for others within their community.
Woman in Business™ is my signature programme designed to educate, empower, motivate and inspire women to be the beacon of their emancipation. Women in Japan, United States of America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Malaysia, Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America, are doing it. They are all making the change — taking control of their lives.
Included in these pages are personal stories, experiences and challenges that we face as women entrepreneurs and or professional business women. It is my hope that by reading one of the editorials, articles, business tips or quotations, as well as our business showcase you will not only be informed, but also be inspired and motivated to strive to achieve much more in your lives. This year we also opened up the space to include more information about Women in Business — our Facebook group, Women in Business Radio, our International Women’s Day celebration, 2014 — “Forging a Livelihood through Entrepreneurship” — our week long “marathon broadcasting summit” and we will also be sharing a little about our event for 2015 International Women’s Day. I am also very excited o say that we have also incorporated interactivity in our design through our pod cast. I hope that this year’s design format will meet your expectation of what our journal is about. We hope that with this publication that you will be inspired to make a change in your life — changes that will be meaningful and purposeful.
Some of the articles that are published in the journal are provided by women who share our vision of global sharing and global learning. To those women, I must say a heartfelt thank you! I believe that as Women in Business, we carry the mantle of economic emancipation, education and empowerment; and I am eternally grateful to you in supporting my vision of change and influence. We can be our own leaders and we can also be responsible for our change. I believe that as women and girls we should have an alternative life — a life that we can contribute to — to make better.
Editor in Chief
Dr. Cheryl Cottle
Educational Specialist & Entrepreneur