Elizabeth Gowing: What the Rubbish-Picker’s Wife taught me!
Elizabeth is an author of many books but the “Rubbish-Picker's Wife” is not a usual book. In fact it has been much more, not only for her as a writer, but also for her main character, Heteme, who is now
How Nepali women are becoming independent and enterprising
This is a story from Kathmandu valley, Nepal. A story about going
Dr Sue Johnson: Love is a wise recipe for survival
We all need to love and be loved, but still struggle to manage our feelings and emotions when we are in a relationship. What make us humans be so complicated when we enter into the “Love World”? How can we
Tigrent Learning would like to offer businesses exclusive tickets to Greatest Potential 2015 – a unique one-day event taking place in London on 2nd October 2015. Event address: ILEC Conference Centre 47 Lillie Road - London SW6 1UD Greatest Potential 2015 is a high-profile one-day
Mimi Kirk: My secrets for looking and feeling so young
By Mirela Sula You probably don’t hear people say this often but here is a woman who actually loves being in her seventies. Mimi has happily told us that she is having such a great time in life and she doesn’t
Ingi Mehus: I am a migrant and a traveller!
By Mirela Sula Ingi is a self-labelled traveller and a migrant by legal definition, who’d like to live in a world where the fear of migration is replaced with the same curiosity we have for travelling. She spent the last years
Rakibe Altuntas: Happily married with my business partner
By Mirela Sula Rakibe Altuntas was born in the city of Trabzon, Turkey in 1972. After graduating from Karadeniz Technical University’s Psychological Counselling Department, she started her professional life at Deulcom International as the Customer Service Representative. Rakibe is now the
Empowering women through technology and entrepreneurship – Lena Benjamin
Lena Benjamin is an events and marketing independent consultant, speaker, online entrepreneur, investor, teacher and business coach. Known for creating the Empowering Women Summit and a keen advocate for enabling humans to live the life they desire. What was your childhood