How have you been impacted by time this past year? One thing we all have learned during the pandemic is what was our reality before and what we live now is forever changed. As much as we wish, believe and try, our now is on a path we don’t yet know the outcome. This episode is a behind the scenes look at the personal journey of being an entrepreneur, but more than that, it is a look at how being a caregiver has shaped the passion to make a lasting impact for women.
Listen to this personal episode as host Natalie Benamou shares the lessons she has learned about time and “Making the Minutes Count”.
Many of you listening have had difficult times this year. Minutes, hours, days and weeks all blended together. One of the hardest things learned this year, is to wait for answers.
“It’s been hard to share this story because it is so deeply personal. My hope is that when you listen, you know, you’re not alone. We are here for you. There are people to support you. And when you make the minutes count, that experience gives you joy and hope, especially for the future.”
– Natalie Benamou
Natalie Benamou is the Founder of HerCsuite™, transforming the way organizations engage and advance women in every career phase. HerCsuite™ Solutions include: All-In-One Platform and app- Corporate Portal for Employee Resource Groups and Women’s Organizations, Networking, Programs, Immersive Events, Connected Mentoring- Expert Speakers with Breakouts – Engage and Learn- Speaker Presentations, Team Breakouts and Food Delivery via Grubhub. Find out more about HerCsuite™ and schedule a demo. Have a question? Reach out to Natalie at HerCsuite™ or send a text to 224-209-6424.
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Natalie founded Herpower2 Lead to create products that empower women to make lasting impacts today and into the future. She takes a ‘serve first’ approach to life and has applied this principle throughout her career, serving in leadership positions in business as well as non-profit organizations.
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