I’m a writer/co-producer on “The Today Show”, “Good Morning America”, and “The View” and I just wanted to share one of my favorite quotes.
“You just have to be you. You just have to be who you are. And if you can’t be who you are, then you should be who you’re not and you don’t belong.
That’s not saying “You’re not a writer.” It’s just saying being yourself and not trying to be anyone else. When we say that, we’re saying that we’re not trying to be anyone else, we’re just being ourselves. And this is the place where we can be who we are. This is the place where you can be who you are. Just be you. And this is our space. This is our power.
Christina Chong is a New York-based entrepreneur who is famous for her ability to turn her life’s work into a thriving business. She’s also a well known New York Times and Wall Street Journal article writer and has been featured in The New York Times and Wall Street Journal for her work.
Chong is an entrepreneur who is always looking to expand the reach of her business, and is a regular contributor to many publications. Her most notable piece of work was a story about how she created a website that allowed people to send her money online. And now she’s launching a new venture that focuses on helping young women in their 20s learn to be entrepreneurs.
The idea of helping women learn to become entrepreneurs is not new. One of the first women I interviewed in my “How Women Think” series was Amy Zegart, a Harvard graduate who founded Sistemi. So I was curious to hear how she taught herself to be an entrepreneur.
I think there’s a bit of an over-reliance on the word “entrepreneur.” There are a lot of people who think that a woman who started a business, even if just for the time being, was an entrepreneur. I think it depends on the person. For example, I’ve heard that a woman who started a business would be a “founder” and someone who started a business is a “owner” of that business. That is not the same thing.
I think that anyone, of any gender, who starts a business is a founder. The definition of entrepreneur in the dictionary is a person who runs a business. A founder is someone who, at some point, starts a business.
I think the definition of entrepreneur is being someone who runs a business. There is a difference between being the one who started the business and being the owner of the business. In the case of a woman who started a business, she might be considered a founder, but she is not the owner of the business.