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Women Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Male Counterparts

For the most part, male and female business owners share critical skill sets and mindsets, notes USA Today columnist Rhonda Abrams. And, while there are certain gender-specific qualities that work to their advantage, Abrams’ recent blog identifies several male characteristics that women entrepreneurs may want to emulate. Be confident. Delegate. Act quickly. Drawing from her experiences with entrepreneurs, Abrams explains how these characteristics can positively impact women-run businesses and how the lack of those characteristics can hinder growth.

For more insights, visit Abrams’ blog on USA Today’s Tech section.

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