Most Powerful Women in London explain how to succeed


“Fear of what other people will think is the most paralyzing dynamic in business and in life. You will never own the future if you care about what other people think,” said entrepreneur Cindy Gallop at the 2015 Fortune Most Powerful Women International Summit in London this week.

That comment captured the breakthrough spirit and high energy of the 150 women leaders who convened for Fortune’s fourth annual MPW conference in London. Trolling the C-suites of Europe, Fortune’s editors brought in Banco Santander [fortune-stock symbol=”SAN”] chair Ana Botín, EasyJet [fortune-stock symbol=”EZJ”] CEO Carolyn McCall, Newton Investment Management chief Helena Morrissey and Aberdeen Asset Management chief investment officer Anne Richards. We added some U.S.-based global operators such as Ingredion [fortune-stock symbol=”INGR”] CEO Ilene Gordon and Federica Marchionni, the new chief of Lands End [fortune-stock symbol=”LE”]. And from the upper reaches of power politics, we injected Australia’s former Prime Minister…

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