On the afternoon of January 18, 2024, at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum, the Network’s year-end meeting program of WeLead pioneer female leaders and female entrepreneurs took place. This is a year-end meeting and experience sharing with a lot of knowledge, skills, and experience in the business field that WeLead has shared with female businesses.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet Minh shared her experiences at the event
Speaking at the program, Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet Minh, Chairwoman of the WELEAD Pioneering Women’s Leadership Network, said: “Female entrepreneurs often face many challenges and adversities both in their lives and in business. Therefore, instead of seeing adversity as trouble, female entrepreneurs should see it as an opportunity to grow and learn. To do that, we need to have a positive spirit to overcome difficult times.”
Offering solutions to create a positive spirit to protect the spiritual health of entrepreneurs, Mr. Nguyen Tri Thanh, Lecturer and senior expert at WELEAD, asked the question, why are we often out of balance? Is it because of unforeseen events? However, the answer here is that imbalance comes from within us.
“Most of us want more, which leads to imbalance. Actually, there’s nothing wrong with more: further constantly learning, looking for growth solutions. The important thing to balance and help us mentally be in the best state is that we need to give up some things. including the word “SUY” and “LUAN”, Mr. Thanh stated his opinion.
Entrepreneurs taking photos at the event
In particular, within the framework of the program, Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet Minh, the first Vietnamese and the fourth individual to receive an ASEAN award for important contributions in establishing & developing a community of leading female entrepreneurs A pioneer for the entire 10-country ASEAN region at the opening session of the 43rd ASEAN Summit, presented the Vietnamese Women’s Museum with the ao dai she wore during the Launching Ceremony of the ASEAN Women Entrepreneurs Network on April 22. /2014 at Sheraton Hotel, Hanoi.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet, Director of the Vietnamese Women’s Museum, received the objects from Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet Minh
In recent years, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum has become a trusted address for many owners of artifacts to choose and send valuable memorabilia so that the Museum can preserve and further promote it. traditional values and beauty of Vietnamese Women.