Webinar Follow-Up: How Can We Help You Build Your Team?

truth-mdOur free monthly webinar, Telling Your Truth to Build Your Team, took place yesterday. During the webinar, I helped you tell the private truth (the one you wear on your heart) in order to understand the help you need. Once you understand the help you, you can build a team. (Miss the webinar? No worries? You can enjoy the archive here.)

So, I’d love to know: What’s your private truth? And, how can we help you build your team? Please share in our comments section, below.

(And, our next webinar takes place March 27. Register for “You Can” here.)

Resources

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Join us on our Caregiving Cruise, November 11-15, 2013

–Read more about telling your truth to form your team

The Power of Requesting Right

–Our Questions section

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7 Comments on "Webinar Follow-Up: How Can We Help You Build Your Team?"


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Mar 5, 2013

My private truth is that I haven’t “given up my life” to care for my mother as she sometimes tells people. I feel like I’m fighting for my life. I want to grow my writing career and build an online business. But almost every day I spend a good part of my day at doctor appointments with my mother (radiation, chemotherapy, hospital, dialysis, etc.). When I’m home, I have trouble switching gears to sit and gather my thoughts to do something for my career.

I want someone to be able to either go to her appointments (even though she only feels comfortable with me as her advocate) or come to the house 1-2 times a week for 3 hours so I can go to the library with my laptop (even though she doesn’t want someone “sitting around her.”)

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Mar 6, 2013

L’Tanya……same here…I do feel like I’m fighting for my life and balancing my new duties as caregiver. I’m currently talking to home health care agencies to see if they can come out to help. As of right now we are waiting till April when her ins kicks in for some assistance. I do hope you are able to balance both and get some help too!

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Mar 22, 2013

What kind of assistance will the home health care agency give?