Entitled Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Happier Life, the book has already been established as a “must read” for anyone who is struggling to define success and achieve a content and balanced lifestyle.
This week we ponder the reasons people choose not to get married, check out some inspirational female entrepreneurs in Mumbai’s slums and consider what it takes to empower women in the Asia Pacific region.
When we think of trailblazers we think of entrepreneurs, adventurers and women smashing the glass ceiling. What about politics?
It’s a bumper issue this week. We consider how busy is too busy, the joys of traveling alone, why bitches get stuff done, why Corinne Grant is angry over the election debate and how building a business beat one woman’s boredom. 1. Leading ladies and stay-at-home dads on the rise Our traditional notions of a
This week we look into women in talkback radio, a surprising new ‘weapon’, and some great business advice for women who want to make it in their industry. 1. Time to Talk Back If you have dreams of working in broadcast and happen to be living in the UK, you may have to reassess your
Photo: Helen White This week, we feature a restaurant owner fighting for refugee rights, a company that makes toys for girls with an engineering edge, a woman fighting for an end to unhealthy cultural practices and much more in this week’s edition of World Wide Women. 1. “Dumplings, not Detention.” Nahji Chu is a name