Women are born with wings that men don’t see. These wings give us the strength to manage the home as well as the world. Whenever people talk about the capabilities of a woman most tend to talk about how good she cooks or in what way she nurtures the house. People usually associated money-making with men and household management with women.
This makes me feel quite outraged. While most think of women as inferior beings, I don’t, that’s why, I thought of sharing the stories of the women who not only managed their houses, cooks for their in-laws but also made a ton of money by themself.
Here are 10 women who are not only buying the bread for their family but also knows how to turn it into a pizza.
From the short curving allies of Madras to the Ceo of PepsiCo, Indra Nooyi is an inspiration to many. She has continuously had her name in the list of “world’s most powerful women”. In her interview, she claimed that she can the queen of the world but that remains outside her house. Inside, she is a mother, wife, daughter, and daughter-in-law. Her spirits and traditions have inspired many like us.
The chairperson and CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra happens to be one of the most influential people. Her career in General Motors started as a co-op when she was eighteen years old. She has stirringly made her position to the top. All she had was a mind full of ideas and a body that does not fear hard work. Her current net worth is approx $ 55.8 million. She lives a very practical and trouble-free life in the suburbs of Detroit with her husband and two children. She is celebrated in the community not only for her position in the office but also for being a fond, gracious mom and wife that she is.
Standing among the top 20 women of Australia, Wikramanayake is the Managing Director or CEO of Macquarie Group. the journey from a Harvard student to being one of the most influential women in the world was hard, full of thorns but her hard work and determination were the brick that builds her path. She also likes to be known as a proud mother. This shows that she has got all, it need to make it to the top.
After working in L’Oreal for 17 years, Emma Walmsley succeeded Sir Andrew Witty in GlaxoSmithKline as the CEO. She has a very dynamic character. Her leadership skills have been incredible and they are often praised by The Financial Times. She is also a mother of four children. It takes a very balanced woman to have achieve so many pieces of joy in her life. She is what in the modern day we call a superlative woman.
With time, the roles of women are changing. Previously reproduction and motherhood were the only role given to us. Now we are not only suppose to raise a family but also make money for the family. The roles of men and women have not changed, women now have to give more effort than in the past to fit in the society. The responsibilities of a mother are immense. It is never easy, there are many hardships that mothers have to overcome. So, being a mother and also having a 40 hour a week job is quite a hard.
This article celebrates victorious women from around the globe who not only have won their game of thrones but also have raised beautiful family. This article breaks the stigma that good moms can never become successful boss ladies.