5 Women Motivational Success Stories to Push You Forward in Life

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Women Motivational Success Stories

Imagine having to sell your mom’s jewellery because your parents could not afford your education. Or people refusing to invest money in your business because you are a girl.

There are different challenges that women face in their quest for success.

We bring you 5 such women today…who had to face all this. And yet, they emerged successful. And a motivation for women across!

Here are their motivational success stories……

  1. Manya Singh

Today, Manya is known as theFemina Miss India girl. But before that Manya had to face a lot of challenges like not having enough money for education and taunts of how her parents were wasting money on her education.

Manya’s mother even sold off her jewellery for Manya’s education.

Manya however proved her parents right and became a motivation for women in all walks of life.  On her own merit, with hardwork, Manya became a beauty queen. A Femina Miss India girl.             

  1. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

While Kiran had the privilege of education and money, she too had her fair share of struggle as a woman. When she wanted to start her own business, she found it difficult to get investors. A woman was considered a business risk!

Today, Kiran heads Biocon. The same company that launched a vaccine against COVID.

  1. Meena Bindra

Ask any girl about BIBA and she will swoon over the dresses that this brand has launched. Everyone from Kareena Kapoor to Deepika Padukone have worn a BIBA kurta. Last checked, it had a revenue of 600 crores!

Meena’s success story is truly a motivation for women that you don’t need a business family or a great financial backing to succeed. There is no substitute for passion and hard work!

  1. Gita Gopinath

She is the Chief Economist at IMF or International Monetary Fund. The IMF MD has called Gita one of the world’s outstanding economists!

Gita, initially was not bright in studies.  Born in a middle-class family, money was a priority for her. While fashion and sports interested her, she decided to give it all up to focus on her studies.

Her sacrifices paid off. The Indian government awarded her the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman, the highest honour conferred on overseas Indian!

  1. Suchi Mukherjee

Suchi grew up in a middle-class family in Haryana. But she always had big dreams. Leaving a cushy job, Suchi decided to start her own ecommerce venture LimeRoad.com, aimed at providing affordable fashion for women.

Today, it is one of the most popular brands online with almost 50 million visitors and the tag of ‘coolest start-up of the year’ from Business today.

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