8 Entrepreneurs on Success, Self-Confidence, and Creating a Community of Women

Dacy Knight

"Our intent is to manifest a space for women to connect, collaborate, and create," describes Temi Adamolekun, a member of our MyDomaine Mums Facebook group who opened Radiant Workspace, a co-working space for women in San Francisco. "We feel our timing, given the current climate, could not be better," she observes. Since its launch last year, Radiant Workspace has become a regular site for networking events and workshops and serves as a creative hub where women gather to build business relationships and friendships and to share stories and ideas. "We're here to support female entrepreneurs as much as we can, to empower the diverse community, and to change our little patch of the world, one empowered woman at a time," pledges Adamolekun. She had been organising networking events for business-owning mothers for the past two years, so launching Radiant was a natural next step.

The inspiring space was designed by Adamolekun's husband, Tobi, with whom she co-founded Radiant. They created partnerships with a team of talented women-run business and female artists to achieve their design objectives for the workspace. "The goal was to create a welcoming, serene, and subtly feminine space with abundant natural light where women could find the headspace to get some work done, have meetings, meet each other, and build community," explains Adamolekun. In the roundtable discussion below, women from the Radiant Workspace community sound off on success, self-confidence, and the importance of supporting fellow women.

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