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Even if you’re surrounded by people who love and care about you, there can still be times when it feels like there’s no-one to turn to. Friends just don’t get it. Your partner, your family, other important people in your life — they may mean well but they can sometimes keep you down by trying to keep you safe.
And you can begin to second guess yourself — questioning whether you’re even on the right path.
But if you’re lucky enough, you meet others along the way who understand. People who see you and celebrate you. People who speak your language and know the journey you’re on because they’re making it themselves.
They’re trusting their ideas. They’re making a difference. These are the people you can go to for much-needed advice or to share a win.
To laugh. To be inspired. To get that nudge, you need to step up and step out. This is your COMMUNITY.
And it’s your community that will keep you going through good times and bad. It will help you keep the spark alive and build your momentum. And it’s your community that will lift you up and let you know you’re never alone.
One of the things that lights me up is seeing members in our community connect and lift each other up in good times and bad.
And this year. Well, we’ve all had our fair share of bad.
Members have deepened their connections within our community. They've banded together to collaborate and reach higher.
- To rebound
- To rebuild
- To emerge stronger than they were before
Listen to hear
- How one printer has pivoted twice to bring in a more relevant product and service to her audience
- How a digital marketing agency introduced a brand new service that is going to make her business even stronger
- How your business community can lead to new suppliers, alliances, referrals, collaborations and clients
- How to access support and resources for your small business
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