Prime Minister Trudeau sets $221M for Black Entrepreneurship Program

Introducing Canada’s first-ever Black Entrepreneurship Program. Prime Minister Trudeau has made history, along with the directions of Black business organizations and Black business owners and organizations. Canadian Black business owners are getting a cool $221 million business loan program. The goal is to foster growth over the next 4 years. who have been disproportionately affected by […]


Influence Starts with “I”—Who Before What!

What is Influence? Is it getting others to do what I want? Is it persuading another to follow my recommendations? Whatever it is, we know leaders do it. Leaders influence. So, recently in an executive education course of about fifty women, I asked these leaders to define influence. Their definitions fell into two groups. Some […]


Black Opal Beauty Line is now Black Owned

The news is out and melanated makeup enthusiasts are elated! The global beauty brand Black Opal was bought this week by Cheryl Mayberry McKissack and Desiree Rogers, making it officially a Black-owned beauty brand. Some may be surprised to know that this longstanding and very notable name in cosmetics was not always African American owned. Founded […]

Angela Bassett and Chadwick


I walked into the Manhyia Palace Museum, in Ghana, West Africa and the tour guide greeted my group with this message: “In our society we believe in a democratic form of leadership in which we always have two leaders—a man and a woman—who share leadership responsibilities. You see, the man can understand the needs and […]


Christmas in July: A Strategic Mindset Shift

Amazon, Target, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Best Buy, Apple, and Microsoft are some of the most iconic brands in America, and the world, and they are kicking off their Holiday Season preparations now. The products are developed, and the supply chain is being optimized, and more importantly their marketing plans are being drawn up and the foundations […]


Surviving the Madness: All the Scary Things I’ve Discovered About Entrepreneurship

Choosing to become an entrepreneur, or more specifically, a solopreneur, has totally flipped my life upside down. From the outside looking in, I could tell that entrepreneurship was hard work and the people who did it were a special kind of crazy, but looking at it from this side of the glass has brought me […]


The Lie They Told You About Your Passion

Somebody lied to me. Over and over. They told me, “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” Hi, excuse me, this isn’t true, ok? Because I love what I do. I get an absolute rush out of making a story unfold on the page. I get a high out of […]


Is your Brand’s Social Media Annoying?

I’m not pretending to be an expert on small/online businesses or how to make them flourish in the digital space. As Socrates once said, “I know nothing except the fact of my ignorance.” I’m just over here in my corner trying to figure out how to make my dreams a reality. But because my business exists […]


Canadian Author Wants Your Children To See Themselves In Books

Education is always a topic of importance, especially when dealing with the education of your children, and with that whether your child is getting the highest quality of education possible. One children’s book author, and her family would ask this question, and from it would bring about something new, that would empower parents that share […]


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