Tell Your Story
Updated: Jul 24, 2020
If this pandemic has left you without work, you have the opportunity to tell your story.
I understand how this may seem like an unlikely possibility. Some of us are on our second or third recession. We've gotten through it - and will get through this one - in different ways. This allows us to define what being resilient means for each of us. You are not alone. You'll be able to tell your story in a way that is affirming, empowering and authentic. Knowing yourself helps others know you, and this opens up the possibility to explore new opportunities together.
Can you recall what was worth celebrating five years ago? What is worth celebrating five years from now? Eventually, we'll be able to look back at this time and share how much we have learned and created during what is no less than a truly unusual, difficult time that we have gone through together. Someday, we will celebrate.
Please call or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if I can help you. This is a pay-it-forward gesture that is genuine. Maybe you have a recent graduate at home who wants a sounding board, or maybe you, or someone you know is recently unemployed. Don't hesitate to share my information if you know someone in need, or by all means, send a message yourself. I look forward to hearing from you.
Sherry Benjamins, founder of S. Benjamins & Co, advising and facilitating the human conversation that helps us learn, adapt and act in a world of work that challenges every notion we have about what we are meant to do. Check out https://www.sbcompany.net/