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Up a Creek Without a Paddle How to Know When to Ask for Help

Up a Creek Without a Paddle? How to Know When to Ask for Help!

The origin of the term “Up a creek without a paddle” is widely unknown, but many people believe it came from England. Luckily, you don’t have to understand the origin of the term to understand the meaning.

To put it simply, “Up a creek without a paddle” means that you are STUCK. As in, can’t turn around, can’t get out, can’t swim your way to shore unless someone helps you. Alone — you’re out of luck.

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Reckoning what happens when enough is enough

Reckoning: What Happens When Enough is Enough

Jen shares the journey that led to Foster Growth (now Women Conquer Business) and why she is so passionate about helping businesses owned by women and people of color.

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