At age 6, Dina Juve spent every week at Stanford Medical Center getting blood draws and knee drains. Now she's on course to be the Next Fitness Star.
Author - Natasha Zena
Around age eight Natasha Zena was told it was a woman’s job to take care of the home and since then she has built a career out of telling women they can do whatever the hell they want to do. She is the co-founder of Lioness, the go-to news source for everything female entrepreneur. Natasha was recognized as an emerging leader in digital media by The Poynter Institute and the National Association of Black Journalists. She has mentored women entrepreneurs and moderated panels at a number of national accelerators, Startup Weekends and conferences such as The Lean Startup Conference, the Massachusetts Conference for Women, Women Empower Expo and Smart Cities Connect. Natasha is also the author of the popular whitepaper, "How To Close The Gender Gap In Startup Land By 2021." In her spare time, she writes short fiction and hangs out with her son, Shaun.
Fear and self-doubt sneaks up on the best of entrepreneurs. Instead of feeding into it, channel your inner Lioness to keep you on track toward your goals.
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