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Sapphire Gray - A Walking Business Encyclopaedia

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Sapphire Gray - A Walking Business Encyclopaedia

Talk to any teenage mum about her experience and she might share the verbal abuse from random strangers and the stigma she has faced.

Expectations of teenage mums are low. And few expect a 15 year old mum and her child to buck the stereotypes and make a great success of their lives.

My Page 1 Woman has proven that stereotypes are nothing more than that.

And they will narrow your prospects and that of your children, only if you allow them to.

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Mel White - Running 'naked' (Part 1)

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Mel White - Running 'naked' (Part 1)

When you hear the word ‘naked’, what image comes to mind? Probably, one that you wouldn’t associate with phenomenal, inspirational Page 1 Women.

But for once, go ahead and associate ‘naked’ with Mel White, my October Page 1 Woman, because she’s the founder and director of that eponymous business.

By now you’ll get that ‘naked’ is not what you might think at first. It’s not about birthday suits or naturists or embarrassment. It’s about women standing tall, confident and self-accepting,

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Sonia Brown - Queen of Networking (part 1)

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Sonia Brown - Queen of Networking (part 1)

Here's the third and final part of Sonia Brown's story.

From a Jamaican, South London background, Sonia has crafted a pathway to success  that involved helping and inspiring other women and creating an impressive network of influential people who have championed her cause.

Read on and find out how being a black woman from a Jamaican family has influenced her leadership and her top tips for women aspiring to be leaders.

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