156 3 Things Women Need To Run A Business

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“I think women are very powerful and I think we’re more powerful together than separate.”


Sometimes we don’t get a choice on whether or not to be a leader.

When you run a small business, you will frequently be put into the leadership role where, inevitably, you will have to deal with difficult situations and personalities.

Do you have the right support you need to deal with it effectively?

The support needed can range from general business support to peer support, and personal support to professional support.

From running your own business to leading a team (or existing on the planet! For that matter)you will encounter a variety of personalities in a variety of emotional states, how you navigate these interactions can determine your success

What you’ll hear on today’s episode:
● What is Emotional Intelligence
● Who is a leader is (and isn’t)
● What it takes to be a leader
● What a heightened emotional state is
● Different types of support
● Personal development
● Challenges that women face
● The importance of having a squad
● The Difficult Happens Squad Membership
● Triggered “Seasons”

Join the Squad! A ‘whole-human centered’ development community of like-minded women who are ready to take their happy back with input, guidance, and support. Personal and Professional development in one place!

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Difficult Happens by Lara Currie

Difficult Happens Squad

Shelby Moore-Young Leadership Challenges

Series on Manipulation
Series on Assessments
Series on Conflict Personality-Types

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