What Does Our Childhood Experiences Have To Do With The Current Relationship We Have With Our Business?
Well, your business is an extension of who you are and trauma can show up in various ways.
This can look like overwhelm, burnout, boundary issues, or simply feeling you can’t seem to get ahead, even if you’ve tried adopting the ‘entrepreneur mindset’ and so many different strategies.
Today, I’m so excited to share a brand new interview with Nicole Lewis Keeber, a business therapist and mindset coach who works with entrepreneurs to create and nurture healthy relationships with their businesses.
She’s a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work and has a rich and varied experience as a therapist. Certified in Brené Brown’s Dare To Lead™ methodology, she’s also been featured on numerous media outlets including Fast Company and NPR for her work in breaking the stigma of mental health and business ownership.
In our conversation, she reveals what big T and little T trauma is, how it can manifest in your business, including the first steps in identifying how your past is dictating how you behave in your business to get to your success.
This is a such a valuable conversation and one I wish we could be having much more in the business space.
When you watch this interview, you’ll learn…
- What our childhood experiences have to do with the current relationship we have with our businesses.
- The difference between Big T and Little T trauma, and why you may be experiencing one of them without knowing it.
- The first step in identifying how your past can be dictating how you’re behaving to get to your business success.
- How to run a trauma-free business that helps your people, your processes and your profits.