Whether it’s your Dream business or your employer’s business…. Guess what? You’ll still have to work from the ground up! Most want to start as “The Boss”. But that’s not how it works in employment nor entrepreneurship. Five of every 6 business entities in America, the entrepreneurs are the one and only employee. And often, […]Read more "Being your own Boss (by becoming your best employee) "
There are many ways to generate Black wealth in our communities.Here’s 12 sure fire ways to make your money work for you & your people: 1. Shopping Together: Before you visit the grocery store, try checking your shopping list first through http://www.WeBuyBlack.com . As the world’s largest Black owned online shopping platform, they offer the […]Read more "12 Ways To Make Our Money Work For Us (& Our Communities)"
Entrepreneurship is a team sport. Without sincere help from those with real-world business experience, your small business or non-profit cause may continue to be “framed” as inferior to your competition. Once upon a time, the Small Business was “framed”. They were not accused nor charged with any crime. But their Fortune 500 competitors spent countless resources […]Read more "How you were “Framed” from the Start…"
In the past generations, the attainment of knowledge was as challenging as its comprehension & usage. Now, we carry access to all known knowledge the world has to offer. But without acknowledgment, our challenges for comprehension & usage of knowledge worsen. Consider this: What’s Knowledge without Acknowledgement? In other words, what’s the value of simply […]Read more "Why Acknowledgement Is Power"
Let me guess. You woke up this morning with Spanish question marks dancing all around your head. And after you jump in the shower while dressed with your morning coffee (or something like that), those question marks begin to stretch into exclamation points. And before you know it, your newest idea is born! Great […]Read more "Why it’s Never the Thought that Counts"
A failing tire shop placed an ad to hire a new sales representative. After receiving, assessing, & finalizing the two best applicants, the desperate owner scheduled them both into his office for a joint interview. But after the callous exchange of the usual questions & answers, the perplexed owner sought a clearer way to distinguish which of the two candidates could salvage his […]Read more "“Do you sell Tires or Nails?”"