Is it time to find your Tribe?
Sulagna Kapoor recently said:
“When you start an entrepreneurial venture and are finding your place in the business world, you need as much support as you can get. Unfortunately, in many cases, women find themselves on their own with no one to guide them. In this day and age, it is almost necessary to have experienced mentors and role models. For women, managing their businesses becomes even more difficult if their family and friends don’t step up to take some household and family responsibilities. As a result, it can be tough to make a mark in an arena that is already dominated by men.”
Reasons Finding Your Tribe Matters
Audrea Fink from ThinkTank recently said:
“Women are relational. And I know that’s a generalization but it’s a fair one. We tend to build relationships and nurture them. If we’re building them already, why not target women who can understand what your professional goals are and help you get there?!”
“You might think you’ve got your “in group” and they’re all you need. Close friends who you can share wine with. Or close colleagues at work who can help you get the day to day work done. I’m here to tell you, that group ain’t enough.”
“If we pretend that professional women relationships and your network don’t really matter, your tribe is still incredibly important. It helps you to find your value proposition and it helps to keep you on track.”
Why the Bootcamp?
What we created at the Bootcamp is now an award-winning program featuring some of the brightest minds in and outside Chiropractic.
Ready to see if you fit our tribe? Apply here