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Oct 1, 2020
How are you coping with the challenges today of entrepreneurship, parenting, educating your children, dealing with the two pandemics of COVID-19 and the heightened racial inequality and injustice? Parenting a toddler is hard y’all, especially when you can’t count on them sleeping when they should. Today I felt that we all needed a reminder and a respite from the grind.
In today’s episode I share with you some advice from some wise women about what we are all facing these days. I also share with you some small victories and why we need to celebrate them. I talked about that we are not alone and many women are also feeling these same pains and the toll it is taking on all of us is unique, yet we are all feeling it.
“Surge capacity is a collection of adaptive systems — mental and physical — that humans draw on for short-term survival in acutely stressful situations, such as natural disasters. But natural disasters occur over a short period, even if recovery is long. Pandemics are different — the disaster itself stretches out indefinitely” - Ann Masten
Today on When She Founded:
Insight Timer with Sarah Blondin
Launch to lead website: https://launchtoleadslab.com
Somer’s Instagram handle: Somer_hamrick
Somer’s Mentor Elanor Beaton
Your surge capacity is depleted- it’s why you feel awful by Tara Haell from Medium.com
Sandra Shpilberg’s article: New Startup Mindset: Ten Mindset Shifts to Build the Company of Your Dreams
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