With the society stocked highly with male entrepreneurs and no room for beginners, it is hard for women to take initiative and show off their skills. It requires education, confidence, and an emerging belief that you have what it takes to perform well in a society that is already up to its limits.
Being a wannabe is not what you would want to be when you step into the business world. The attitude of getting ahead in the race from your neighbor or someone else is going to help your sudden urge to become a female entrepreneur. The spirit of being an initiator or creative thinker comes naturally from within or builds up in you with time. It is pure human psychology to think about how to survive and earn for your family.
If you are a single mother who has brilliant ideas up her sleeve and has some money saved away can think about putting it to better use. There are business and financial advisors who guide growing women entrepreneurs and steer them in the right direction. It is no harm to get help from someone if you are new to the whole business setup and you know that initially without guidance, you cannot compete even to survive amongst the male entrepreneurs who are stereotyped as the bread earners whereas women are considered the homemakers.
Men are not programmed by nature to have the business or other skills needed to drive an organization, women are equally talented but suppressed by the community. It is no doubt that children are more attached to women, hence the label of a homemaker is glued for life, but if you have the skills, the ability, ideas and that competitive edge not to mention, the courage to stand side by side with men, then no one can stop you from becoming an entrepreneur.