Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

When Women Win is a podcast where female role models and boss ladies from around the world share their inspirational stories and practical tools and strategies they used to succeed. It is currently the number 1 most listened to podcast in the Middle East.


On each episode, host and creator Rana Nawas finds out the stories and deconstructs the tools and strategies of what is a remarkable lineup of boss ladies: Kristina Kuzmic, Afra Atiq, HRH Princess Tessy Antony, Dr. Auma Obama, and many more.

Dec 16, 2019

This episode is for people who want to learn more about investing cheaply, and those interested in entrepreneurship.

My favorite quote was “You only incur the loss when you pull out of the market”.

You can find Nadine on LinkedIn or at




Dec 8, 2019

My favorite quote of the episode was you’re in year 1, I’m in year 35 – if at year 35 I don’t have the success that I do, then I’ve failed.”

Too often we compare our results with those of someone who's been on the journey for much longer!

You can find Norma on LinkedIn and

Dec 2, 2019

My favorite quote of the episode was “The seed doesn’t see the petal….” You'll have to listen for context!

You can find Arlan on Twitter and Instagram @arlanwashere.

A huge thank you to the 2019 Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival – where this episode was recorded on the Main Stage in front of a live audience.

Nov 18, 2019

My favorite quotes of the episode were Kristin's take on:

  • Hiring: “Look for people who know what to do when they don’t know what to do”
  • How to support the advancement other women: “When a woman’s name comes up who’s amazing, you just say “oh my God, that Kristin, she really needs a bigger job”. Then...

Nov 11, 2019

Want detailed show notes? A list of book recommendations? To send us some love? To nominate a guest? Head to

Let’s get social! When Women Win is @whenwomenwinpodcast on InstagramTwitter & LinkedIn.

Would you kindly take half a minute to support our work by subscribing to, rating & reviewing...