#SuccessinStilettosSeries: Manage 2 badass businesses and look fabulous doing it.

Learn how this seasoned entrepreneur tackles everyday life while managing her two successful ventures.


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On this week's Success in Stilettos series, The Ambitionista features Jenny Q. Ta, Founder & CEO of Sqeeqee.com, the first-of-its-kind social networthing platform and the inventor of an interactive multi-player game Squiggy Piggy, she is also the Co-Founder of VCNetwork.Co with Shinta Dhanuwardoyo, a virtual "Shark Tank" for startups that bridges the gap between modern entrepreneurs and forward-thinking venture capitalists worldwide.

What did you want to do when you grow up?

Change the world.

Which women do you admire in your life?

Margaret Thatcher.

Name one activity that you do every day without fail

Say my prayers.

How long is your working day?

How long is your working day? At least 12 to 15 hours, or even more.

How much sleep do you get every night?

I try to get a minimum of five to six hours, but on average it's probably less.


If you really want to dress to impress, what do you do?

Depending on the occasion or event, but I would just visit a mall and grab a new outfit to fit that occasion. This is always the case.

What are your favorite brands for workwear?

It depends, but I'd say Zara. It's simple, modern and they have small sizes.

What's your favorite everyday beauty brands/products?


What was the biggest obstacle you have faced that in the end helped you?


How often do you check your emails?

After every meeting. Most of the time, my daily work schedule is back-to-back meetings..


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How do you stay sane and on top of it?

Have a few fun chats with good friends or run for hours on the beach.

What do you carry with you all the time in your purse?

An iPhone and a Samsung phone.

How often do you check your emails?

After every meeting. Most of the time, my daily work schedule is back-to-back meetings.

What do you splurge on?

A bit of fashion and travel.

What does success mean to you?

Seeing more women leaders with equal pay and respect in the workplace.

If you could meet a younger you from 10 years ago, what would you have told her?

Keep on going and don't ever stop.


Caught between a strong mind, and a fragile heart.” – UNKNOWN



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