Nathalie Molina Niño reading from her own book Leapfrog, and discussing finding courage as a woman in the entrepreneurial world.
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I am an accidental entrepreneur, and as exhilarating as it’s been, it’s also been really difficult at times. Now, entrepreneurship has been hard for me as a white man, and also for one of our previous guests, Bobby Herrera, as a Latino man. However, the statistics are endless when it comes to the struggles of being a woman entrepreneur.
I am delighted to speak to Nathalie Molina Niño, a woman with many titles, some of which include CEO of O³, an investor, an entrepreneur, and the author of Leapfrog: The New Revolution for Women Entrepreneurs.
Nathalie reads two pages from her brilliant book, ‘Leapfrog.’ [reading begins at 7:39]
Hear us discuss:
- “If you’re exceptional at anything, you’re probably going to have to become an entrepreneur at it.” [4:28]
- “Being an entrepreneur is more of a life skill than a career path … I never saw it as optional.” [4:40]
- How to find courage: “Ambition doesn’t have to be ego-centric.” [13:15]
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