Karen Leslie Simon is a licensed real estate agent in Benbrook, Texas. Karen has more than 30 years of brokerage expertise, specializing in leasing and...Read more
Overcoming the Barriers of Entrepreneurship
Glass ceilings have been broken by women in many spheres of life, particularly in business. According to studies, women currently own four out of every ten businesses in the United States, and since data collection began 20 years ago, the number of women-owned businesses has increased by 114%. Of course, they have no plans to stop, and more and more women are going to college, furthering their education, and assuming the position of primary breadwinner in their families.
Despite all the positive strides that women have made, they still struggle more than their male counterparts to manage their finances and, in particular, to engage in investing.
Statistics show that in 2020, more women than men will start their own businesses (registration required). These statistics show that women are successfully making a name for themselves in a field that is dominated by men.
Despite the fact that female business owners are excellent at managing their companies and managing their finances. Even though investing requires taking some risks, they find it difficult to understand why it is necessary. A number of online investment platforms for women have taken the initiative to effect change by providing the support and mentorship needed to effectively manage those risks.
In its current edition, “ World’s Most Influential Women Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2022,” World’ Leaders interviewed with many women entrepreneurs to find out what must-haves you need before you can consider yourself cut out for the job. These leaders clearly illustrate that a leader is capable of not only building exceptional firms that compete on a global scale, but also of being at the forefront of multi-national organizations.
The cover features Karen Leslie Simon is a licensed real estate agent in Benbrook, Texas. Karen has more than 30 years of brokerage expertise, specializing in leasing and sales in the retail, industrial, and land sectors. Her name is listed in the Marquis Who’s Who of Top Executives. Her passion, accomplishments, and leadership in commercial real estate are recognized in the biographical dictionary of outstanding personalities. She was also named to Top 100 Magazine’s list of the Top 100 People in Real Estate earlier this year.
Karen Leslie Simon was granted the license by TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission). To have a license to serve as a real estate agent, TREC requires all real estate brokers and sales agents to satisfy and maintain certain educational requirements. In all transactions, agents must adhere to the terms of the Texas Real Estate License Act and the Texas Real Estate Commission Rules, as well as interact with the public in a competent and honest way.
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