Continuing its mission of breaking gender stereotypes, Women365.io added more topics to be discussed in its regularly conducted webinars. In particular, more focus will be given to striking a balance between one’s professional image with one’s role as a mother, wife, or even a single woman.
More details can be found at https://women365.io/blogs
The female-led group inspires other women to take their mantle as leaders of their respective fields. Too long, they say, have women been asked to remain meek and silent. With its newly updated webinars, Women365.io hopes to empower more women to “be better”.
This is achieved through its holistic approach to success. The group says that women leaders need to take care of all three aspects of themselves, mind, body, and soul, to experience total satisfaction in their lives.
The weekly webinars come at the opportune time of crisis, admits the group. Today, professionals of both genders are encouraged to work from home. Financial experts say that never before has society participated in a massive experiment of working online – and people need to adapt to the changing times, including learning how to mix family life with their careers.
Women365.io says that some women may feel guilty about taking some time to play with their children, but emphasizes that this is not a “weakness”. In fact, it encourages women to practice self-care habits each day.
Most importantly, the group explains that women need to take care of their mental health and not abuse their emotional well-being simply to get ahead. The team demystifies the concept that women need to “do more to be more”, and supports women with its tagline to “be better” simply by taking care of their mind, body, and soul.
A spokesperson for the group wrote, “We believe that the key to change is a long-term commitment. That’s why we offer webinars once a week, on a monthly or yearly subscription, with a sliding price range suited to the financial health of all applicants.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://women365.io/blogs
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