Women entrepreneurs often have to overcome the challenge of cultural stereotyping and gender bias, especially when it comes to raising capital. Yet we also need to be aware of how our own mindset and pre-conceptions can stop us achieving our goals. Even the most successful entrepreneurs can struggle with imposter syndrome and women are particularly susceptible to this form of self-doubt, especially when working in a male dominated field. In this article, six members of the Young Entrepreneur Council share how our own fears and beliefs may be holding us back and the steps we can take to top feeling like a fraud.
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