Entrepreneurial Ideas for Kids and Females | Mariah Suleman | Not Every Woman | Epi #2

    Welcome to another episode of our Podcast series “Not Every Woman,” hosted by Marriam Kaiwan. Our mission is to showcase the awe-inspiring stories of women who have overcome obstacles to achieve remarkable feats of empowerment.

    Our special guest today is the remarkable Mariah Suleman, a mother of three, Lawyer, and the founder of Tinypreneurs. During our conversation, Mariah shared her insights on the importance of financial independence. Her focus is on empowering young children to become more self-reliant and confident from an early age.

    Mariah’s objective is to celebrate and encourage the entrepreneurial spirit in young people. She recognizes the potential for even the smallest businesses to make a substantial impact. With her guidance, Mariah aims to foster a sense of independence and self-reliance in budding young entrepreneurs. She instills in them vital entrepreneurial values such as persistence, adaptability, and risk-taking. Her passion for helping young people succeed in business is not only admirable but also essential in today’s fast-paced world. Mariah’s dedication to empowering young children to take charge of their lives and future financial security is truly inspiring.

    Through her work with Tinypreneurs, Mariah is helping to shape a generation of confident and self-reliant young entrepreneurs who are poised to make a positive impact on the world. Her efforts in nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit and creating a supportive community for young business owners are indeed admirable and a testament to the power of human potential. In short, Mariah Suleman is a shining example of what can be achieved with hard work, dedication, and a passion for empowering the next generation. Thank you for joining us for this episode of “Not Every Woman.” Stay tuned for more inspiring stories of women’s empowerment.

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