The Real Housewives of New York star Bethenny Frankel has worked her way to the top and is now offering advice to female entrepreneurs. Bethenny is opening up about how women should feel comfortable with showing their emotional side in the industry apart from popular belief.
Mashable is sharing Bethenny’s advice as she says, “Martha Stewart once said, ‘women in business don’t cry, my dear,’ but I respectfully disagree. I am very passionate about my business and it’s emotional for me. I’ve cried throughout my entire career on reality television and that has connected me to women who trust my products. The two are very intertwined. I don’t know if there is another business model out there like that.”
Bethenny then talks about women and men in business saying, “I don’t care what the men are doing and how much money they’re making. I can sit in a room with any of them and go toe-to-toe in business. Women need to stop talking about what women aren’t getting and what the men are getting.”
She adds, “They need to do what Michael Phelps does and look at the wall in front of them and swim. Women need to be better than who is on their right and left. They have to be the best they can be and beat the men, too.”
Bethenny makes a good point! Thoughts on what she had to say??