Let’s do this work together.
The events of the past weeks have been eye-opening for me personally. And it must have been for many of you as well. I’ve received so many questions about how to talk about racism with your audience and navigate this difficult topic.
But I’m not an expert on the topic of actively fighting racism. Though I’ve started the work, I recognize I still have so much to learn.
However, I DO know about leadership. And listen… being a leader inside your business and community means being open to constantly learning and improving.
In this episode, I discuss how to overcome being triggered during tough conversations. Having this skill will allow you to listen and learn instead of becoming defensive and missing the opportunity to grow.
I also share some of the resources I’m using to deepen my own knowledge of anti-racism and how to support the Black community. Links are in the resources below.
Let’s do this together.
- Why we have to start with ourselves for meaningful change and have tough conversations
- What happens in your brain when you’re being triggered
- How becoming defensive stops you from learning and growing
- Where you can start educating yourself about anti-racism
- And SO much more…
Resources & Links Mentioned:
Reimagining Small Business – A town hall meeting/recording by Rachel Rogers on the commitment to build equitable, anti-racist businesses
Anti-Racism For Beginners – A comprehensive list of resources originally created by Online Entrepreneur Melyssa Griffin