1 hr 17 min

Episode 23: Community Matters; Investing in People For Personal Wealth Eight Hour Grind

    • Technology

People in a well-functioning work community have been shown to be more productive and innovative. At the same time they feel safer, and in turn feel healthier. They have clarity in their objectives and are balanced in their roles and responsibilities. All of this creates an environment where people feel like welcomed members of a team that has a vested interest in their community’s success. Now, having this type of community increases your chances against unnecessary and unproductive adversity. Today we are going to be talking with a very inspiring individual that wanted to change the landscape and allow others into her community to learn from her struggles. For Julia Taylor, her goal is to empower as many women as she possibly can to see others succeed where she had to struggle. This teaching community instructs women and giving them the opportunity to develop the skills they need for personal and professional growth in an industry that hasn’t been inclusive of her, or others like her.
In this episode we cover the following topics:
📑 How to say yes to new skills without the constraints of physical location
📑 Finding your tribe
📑 Investing in your community for personal and professional growth
 Listen to the Eight Hour Grind on your favorite streaming platform: https://lnkd.in/dSHgn3AQ

People in a well-functioning work community have been shown to be more productive and innovative. At the same time they feel safer, and in turn feel healthier. They have clarity in their objectives and are balanced in their roles and responsibilities. All of this creates an environment where people feel like welcomed members of a team that has a vested interest in their community’s success. Now, having this type of community increases your chances against unnecessary and unproductive adversity. Today we are going to be talking with a very inspiring individual that wanted to change the landscape and allow others into her community to learn from her struggles. For Julia Taylor, her goal is to empower as many women as she possibly can to see others succeed where she had to struggle. This teaching community instructs women and giving them the opportunity to develop the skills they need for personal and professional growth in an industry that hasn’t been inclusive of her, or others like her.
In this episode we cover the following topics:
📑 How to say yes to new skills without the constraints of physical location
📑 Finding your tribe
📑 Investing in your community for personal and professional growth
 Listen to the Eight Hour Grind on your favorite streaming platform: https://lnkd.in/dSHgn3AQ

1 hr 17 min

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