Serena Williams has had a busy life lately. Although she is away from tennis, the younger Williams sister has focused on her off-court commitments. Apart from her successful tennis career, the 23-time Grand Slam champion is a successful businesswoman too. Some of her businesses include Serena Ventures, S by Serena, etc. Earlier this year, her Venture Capital firm, Serena Ventures, made headlines after it received USD 111 Million in funding. Subsequently, the firm has been using this fund to invest in women and diversity.
Additionally, Serena has been making appearances at various award functions to represent her film, King Richard. Recently, she was present at the Oscars, where the film received a massive honor as Will Smith won the Oscar for Best Actor. Further, Serena accompanied her elder sister, Venus Williams, at Nicola Peltz and Brooklyn Beckham’s star-studded wedding. While attending to her professional commitments, Serena has revealed how she manages her personal life.
Serena Williams on her work-life balance
Recently, during an interview, the former World Number 1 opened up about her personal and professional life. She said, “I’m really bad at self-care. I was just telling my chief of staff that I need to get a pedicure because it’s been two years since I sat in a chair and had one. Maybe I could do that while I’m multitasking and taking calls.”
Further, she added, “Mom guilt is real. I always feel so guilty when I’m doing something on my own. I don’t know if I’m a good mom, and I don’t know if my method works, but I’m very hands-on with my daughter, and it was the same with our parents. So I’ve set really good boundaries, but then after work, I’m going right to my daughter. And that’s amazing and good, but now it’s like, ‘Okay, what happens to Serena?”