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Episode Info: Here’s some other topics Jam and Komal discussed during their conversation at Gem Conference: [16:00] Why womxn need to build resilience as business owners and establish frameworks in order to fully show up during hard times. Why it’s important to root your business in the principles of anti-racism.  [22:10] How it is normal to feel uncomfortable during these times, and the large importance of leaning into the discomfort to have conversations about anti-Black and Indigenous racism.  [27:00] : The meaning of  “being” in community. Why we need to be amplifying stories that we have not lived, but deserve to be heard. What it could look like to radically show up for one another during these times.  [39:30] : The importance of incorporating the word “capacity” into your vocabulary as a woman of colour. Why it is important to be mindful of people’s emotional and mental capacity at these times, and how we can approach issues by asking questions with intention and taking the time to listen. “When we see our feeds normalizing, what I’m seeing people do and what I’m hoping people will do, is make conversations about anti-Black and Indigenous racism part of our normal going forward.”Be sure to follow Komal (@komalminhas) and Lessons Learned ( on Instagram to have your questions and stories featured in future episodes and subscribe to Komal on Youtube to watch the show each week. Sign up for the Lessons Learned Podcast newsletter to stay in touch and be the first to know when a new episode drops.To submit a lesson to be discussed on the show, or to submit a potential guest, visit: Get to know more about the amazing slayer of the mic and public speaking personality Jam Gamble. Be sure to follow her on Instagram @IAmJamGamble and check out her website at www.iamjamgamble.comIf you are interested in reading the article about gaslighting in the workplace that Komal mentioned during her conversation with Jam, click to read it in the link below.  “A Tale as Old as Time: Black Women, White Women, and Gas-lighting in the Workplace” by Avery Francis. Click here to read Lessons Learned is produced and hosted by Komal Minhas.Artwork, Brand & Social by Renira Naidu. Content by Daniela Ochoa.Video Production and Audio Editing by Maddie Foran....
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