Last week’s #MyAvonStory was incredible! I say that as a woman interested in human dynamics, right? After all, I am a psychotherapist and what I do for a living involves helping other women get in touch with their deepest fears.
The Twitter Chats have grown to become almost a way for the women involved to support and encourage each other towards greatness. I have and always will be a fan of women supporting each other, even if it means shedding our masks and discussing some of our deepest fears as entrepreneurial women. And that was the most significant takeaway for me. I saw the participants really get real about their fears but also discuss how they’re managing them on a daily basis. Love that!
We discussed the following questions and I’ve shared the answers of some of the participants:
Q1. When talking about your career, what does “on your own terms” mean to you? #MyAvonStory— Jen Groover (@jengroover)
Q2. What fears have you faced running your own business? How have you overcome them? # — Jen Groover (@jengroover)
Q3. Being your own boss takes a lot of self-determination. What are some common challenges you’ve faced working for yourself? # Jen Groover @jengroover
Q4. Leaving a standard 9-5 job can be invigorating. What’s most exciting about starting out on your own? #
If you missed the last twitter chat but want join the conversation – Avon will be hosting one more chat with Jen Groover in January!
Make sure you follow @jengroover and use the hashtag #MyAvonStory to participate. The remaining Twitter chat in the series are:
- ‘Creating professional fulfillment’ on Wednesday, January 21 (12:30-1pm ET)
You can RSVP to each Twitter chat by emailing AvonRSVP@bm.com. If you RSVP and attend the Twitter event, you’ll be entered for a chance to win an Avon product bundle.