Among the many wonderful opportunities creating Glass Ceiling has brought was a chance to share my story on Women 2.0. Blog Post Here.
Other things I wish I would have had space the to say:
Maura and I’s partnership. Since many of our choices, like “Start looking for funding first” are built out of our experience. It was a grueling couple years, and she remained steadfast. Also she taught me so much about networking, she’s fearless. She built a company out of an idea.
How utterly difficult to “Keep It Simple Stupid” our founding philosophy, was to do in practice.
Also didn’t mention my husband, who hates it when I include him, who contributed so much as a silent partner.
Okay, I get it, it’s not the Oscars.
I guess if I had one thing I’d tell women, it would be. Trust your ideas. Don’t be afraid to question them, for market validity, your real reason for doing something etc. But if you believe in what you want do to, then do it.