It’s Wednesday, so that means it’s podcasting day for me and my Foreman & Associates team. Today on the “Don’t Call It Small…Business” podcast, we will have you look through the lens of the employee and employer, and learn the value of seeing things from both perspectives.

Hopefully it will spark healthy conversation amongst your team, and help those of you who are dreaming of starting a business, realize the importance of always having these conversations. You would be surprised to find out what you don’t know about what you don’t know!

Listen to Episode 31 today at 5 pm ET at ForemanLLC.com/podcast You can also find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, and several other platforms.

In the meantime, catch up on previous episodes 1 through 30, by simply choosing an episode—right now. You can also connect with us online through these sources:

SHOW INFORMATION:

Company: Foreman & Associates, LLC

Website: ForemanLLC.com

IG: @ForemanLLC

FB: @ForemanAndAssociates

Twitter: @ForemanLLC

Podcast Twitter: @ItAintSmall

YouTube: user/ForemanAssociates

Text-only Line: (404) 481-1849

HOST: Natasha L. Foreman, CEO of Foreman & Associates, LLC

Website: NatashaForeman.com

IG: @NatashaLForeman

FB: @NatashaLForeman

Twitter: @NatashaLForeman

LinkedIn: @NatashaLForeman

Theme Song: “Higher Up” by Shane Ivers

Copyright 2020. Natasha L. Foreman/ Foreman & Associates, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Someone needs to hear this, see this, speak this, and know this.

The stumble is NOT the end. When you choose to stop walking, THAT’S the end.

Don’t stop walking.

When you stumble, if you happen to fall down, then get up and dust yourself off.

If your fall was dramatic you probably are discombobulated and unsure of the correct direction in which to go. Yes, it happens. It may take a moment to figure out which way to go, and it may require counsel or input from others, but once you have confirmed the way to go—get to walking!!

Don’t be concerned about the pace. As long as there’s forward movement, then there’s progress. As you strengthen and increase your confidence, your pace and intensity will also increase. The focus should be on continuing the journey—by any means necessary!

~Natasha L. Foreman

P.S. Thanks Arleen for inspiring me to write and share this with others. I’m paying it forward. Love you sis!!!!

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