July 11

Power and Influence

Thursday’s Big Idea

The Rules of Power

In today's lesson, social entrepreneur Wendy Luhabe explains how her mother, who rose her as a single parent in Apartheid South Africa, served as a role model and an an inspiration for her to mentor other women. 

As Luhabe's story demonstrates, courage and perseverance can overcome the most difficult of circumstances. 

  1. 1 You Don't Have to Be a Victim of ...
  2. 2 How Female Economic Power Improve...
  3. 3 How a Korean Housewife Mortgaged ...
  4. 4 Putting the "Men" Back in "Mentor"
   
  1. You Don't Have to Be a Victim of Circumstance

    You Don't Have to Be a Victim of Circumstance

    Wendy Luhabe explains how her mother, who refused to be a victim of circumstance, is the person who gave her a passion for mentorship.

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  2. How Female Economic Power Improves Society

    How Female Economic Power Improves Society

    As women gain more financial clout, their spending patterns direct more money toward education, health and community.

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  3. How a Korean Housewife Mortgaged Her Home and Built a Multimillion Dollar Company

    How a Korean Housewife Mortgaged Her Home and Built a Multimillion Dollar Company

    Romi Haan on why entrepreneurs need to understand sales, and how she succeeded anyway.

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  4. Putting the "Men" Back in "Mentor"

    Putting the "Men" Back in "Mentor"

    To be successful in the 21st century, it's more important to know what to say to whom, when, and under what circumstances, and for what purpose. 

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