Join us on Women's Entrepreneurship Day -- part of Global Entrepreneurship Week -- for a Google Hangout with four leaders who are working to advance opportunities for women entrepreneurs in Bangladesh, Nicaragua, Jordan, and Kenya.
Sara Davidson is founder and CEO of Hello Fearless, the school for female entrepreneurs, and creator of Boss School, the curriculum that gives women what they need to make business and life work for them.
She teaches women how to build highly impactful and profitable businesses and is the go-to for all things related to launching, growing and scaling ideas.
Most people who attempt to start their own online store fail.
Whether it is selling t-shirts, jewelry, gardening supplies, lemon squeezers or home-grown beauty products the majority will fail.
Let's call these people "The 99%."
Why do they fail?
Simply put, they're the ones who read stories that inspire them, but never realize the work required. Or they find endless reasons why they can't find the time to begin. They refuse to venture out of their comfort zones.
The good news though, is that a small number do make it through.
Starting a business is difficult, and women entrepreneurs can face added obstacles. But as we hear from Mike O'Sullivan in Los Angeles, one woman business owner has found success in an industry dominated by men, industrial-scale printing.
How do we prepare our children -- particularly our daughters -- to thrive in the economy of tomorrow? We need to provide the best education within our means, which includes a lot more than the official schooling they receive.