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Young Entrepreneurs: The Greatest Leaders of All Time. Part I: WOMEN

By June 7, 2010 4 Comments


Born October 18, 1956 a Czech American tennis player , a left-hander and “the greatest singles, doubles and mixed doubles player who’s ever lived” -Billie Jean King, 2006.


Elizabeth I of England (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603), Queen regnant of England and Queen regnant of Ireland for 44 years. Sometimes called The Virgin Queen.
She was the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn (who was beheaded by him two and a half years after the birth of Elizabeth)

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In your opinion:

Who is the most important, most influential or the strongest woman of all time? And why?

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  • Keith Davis says:

    Hi Martyna
    Margaret Thatcher… she succeeded in an area of public life dominated by men.

    One of her sayings:

    “Being powerful is like being a lady.
    If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.”

    What next?
    A female US President!

  • hey Keith

    I do not really know her way of thinking but this quote is so great. Thanks a lot ! Nearly Everything comes from within- like talent or passion that exists to indulge oneself without the need to attract others. isn’t it true that you have power when you do not need it?

    thanks 🙂

  • Keith Davis says:

    Hi Martyna
    I use lots of quotes in speeches so I’m always looking for good ones.
    Margaret Thatcher made a few good quotes.

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