Our wildest dreams: women entrepreneurs making money, having fun, doing good

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HarperBusiness, Apr 9, 1992 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
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Godfrey estimates that by 1995, more than half of all new business owners will be women. At a time when corporate wisdom all springs from a male perspective, Our Wildest Dreams invites women to experience extraordinary business success on their own terms--by tapping the tremendous power of personal strength to run creative, competitive companies.

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By the year 2000, it is projected that 50 percent of all U.S. businesses will be women-owned. These two timely titles reflect this dramatic trend. The Woman Entrepreneur features profiles of a cross ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Joline Godfrey is the founder and former owner of Odysseum, Inc., an international learning design company serving the "Fortune 500, " which she sold in 1990. Godfrey was honored by McGraw-Hill in 1987 as Intrapreneur of the Year and was selected in 1989 by the Kellogg Foundation as a Kellogg Fellow. Her most recent venture is a nonprofit company called The Knowledge Network. Godfrey lives in Ojai, California.

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