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Sarah Thomas
Sarah Thomas
2/17/2017 | 10:25:33 AM
Risk taking differences
Entreprenuer had a story this week suggesting that women and men take risks differently, which I think makes sense. But some of hte examples the author used seemed almost patronizing. The risks he said women take are important, but have no impact on the bottom line where it matters. Check out the article, and let me know if you agree.


Either way, the statistic that 82% of small-business owners are planning for growth this year, and 68% of the 18% that are not are led by women is disconcerting. Do mean just make big projections whether they are warranted or not, or are women-owned business really less likely to grow? My feeling is it's the former... 


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