How to relish your warrior woman archetype

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She Means Business

Are you the Warrior Woman Archetype?

Perhaps you’ve done our archetype quiz and uncovered a feisty midlife warrior woman like Boudica or Queen Elizabeth 1.

In the first century AD when Queen Boudica faced overwhelming odds after her husband was killed and her daughters raped, she decided to fight. She gathered her forces and beat the Romans in several battles.

Similarly, when Queen Elizabeth 1 of England faced a hostile parliament and religious forces bent on her destruction, she harnessed her exceptional intellectual powers and steered an unruly country into the Golden Age

But what now? How does a  21st century warrior woman conduct herself?

Here’s how:

  • blog about your business, life, or dreams. This creates a postivie feedback loop.
  • write and publish an eBook on a topic that interests you and helps others.
  • teach a class. Teaching others is a great way to learn.
  • support a community initiative.
  • complete a small business course online or at your local college.
  • watch Youtube videos to learn new skills.
  • attend conferences and network.
  • list your strengths.
  • sign up for newsletters about women’s issues and business.
  • read lots. Often.
  • learn  to be tech savvy and pay for video tutorials at or similar.
  • write a business profile on LinkedIn.
  • open Wikipeadia and research inspiring women throughout history, including Haptshetsut, Catherine the Great, Queen Elizabeth 1 of England, Isabella of France, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Emmeline Pankhurst, Rosa Parks, and Florence Nightingale.
  • try a new career.
  • read about contemporary women who inspire you.
  • grab inspirational songs from  iTunes including 70s and 80s classics ‘Sisters are Doing it for Themselves,’ I am Woman’, and ‘It’s Raining Men!’
  • download a copy of ‘She Means Business for the warrior archetype

Your warrior woman archetype is very powerful indeed.

Author: Sue Bell
Sue Bell is an entertainment writer and author of Backpacked: A mostly true story, Beat Street and When Dreamworks came to Stanley.

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