I am honoured to join other women from Atlantic Canada on this upcoming panel the Atlantic Women’s Business Series on Wednesday, June 9th. Gotta say though, I had to get up to speed with the idea. My excitement at being asked to represent PEI was immediately followed by a deluge of imposter syndrome thoughts – Am I really disabled enough to talk about my experiences on a panel? Is a chronic illness a disability? Hearing loss definitely is, right? Do I have the ‘right’ to speak about this when my hearing loss isn’t visible and in not as hard as what others experience?
I recently hosted an event called “Still Standing” for women business owners and leaders in our community here in PEI to celebrate the fact that it’s been a really tough year and here we are still standing.
One of the things that I love the most about what I do as a feminist business strategist is that I get to spend so much time talking to people about their businesses and helping women figure out how to create a solid plan that bakes in growth and self-care. These are...
Recently, I was feeling a little sorry for myself because like many people I love to travel and it has been more than a year now since I’ve left Prince Edward Island.
One of the hardest things that I’ve done in my business is talk about and acknowledge the things that happen in my personal life.
E26: Dale Gantous – A Positive Work Culture and Strong Organic Growth Leads Canada’s InGenius to 8 Figures
podcastA Positive Work Culture and Strong Organic Growth Leads Canada's InGenius to 8 FiguresEpisode Description: After being laid off from middle management, Dale Gantous’ colleague showed up at her door with business cards that had her named as President of a...