The more technologically connected we are as a society, the more disconnected we are becoming as a human race.
Staying connected and supportive is key right now.
In this time of social distancing and trying to figure out our new “normal”, many of us are isolated and learning to work from home. Learning how to communicate and connect in this unprecedented time can be a struggle for many. I recently had the pleasure and privilege of being interviewed by Paul Meyers of Clark Communications where we talked about staying connected and how to overcome some of these issues.
Paul is a great friend and supporter of small business in North Bay. When the quarantine began, Paul could see the fear on the faces of entrepreneurs and wanted to find a way to help. He started by doing Facebook Live interviews with small business owners in our area to highlight their offerings and keep the focus on strengthening our local economy.
I invite you to watch the interview HERE
Here are a few of the highlights:
- How to go from conflict to collaboration. 3:30
- PARO, what is it and how it helps women in business. 8:20
- Give and Be Rich – understanding the flow of abundance. 11:00
- Staying connected, kind and brave. 17:00
- This is the time that we need to be serving and not selling. 21:20
- There’s only one way through conflict. 26:05
In this time of uncertainty, I’m so very proud of how my community is stepping up to help each other carry on and support our North Bay family of businesses.
I invite you to listen to the interview and hope that you find some inspiration and comfort in our words.
If you need any support, don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m happy to help if I can.