The Kangaroo Plan & Other Analogies

Published on June 19, 2012 by

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The other day I was talking with two former small business clients of mine just catching up. Then we started talking about my new business ventures. At the end of our conversation, one of them asked if he could be a part of my business. I said sure – if his had a half of […]

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Attended the White House Urban Entrepreneurship Summit at Rutgers-Newark today….what an eye opener!!! I urge all Africans to take their development best practices and repackage them for developed emerging markets, for this is intellectual property capital bar none!!! Our breakfast keynote speaker was Russell Simmons with his latest book, Super Rich: A Guide to Having […]

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The Era of the New Migrant Worker

Published on May 6, 2012 by

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The other day I had my book club meeting with my sisters, M; L & K. It was great getting together again after such a long time. We were discussing our reading of the season: The Good Daughter by Jasmin Darznik. It was a lively discussion for about 2 hours. The discussions brought out the […]

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Today, in my capacity as the Regional Director of a small business development center, I was invited as the guest speaker at the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners-Essex County Chapter Dinner & Board Officers Installation Ceremony. When the President asked me to be their guest speaker I confidently agree, because this is an […]

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Are you a Team-player or a Take-player?

Published on May 6, 2012 by

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The other day my niece asked me: What is the meaning of a Team-player? When I inquired why she was asking, she told me that she was having problems with this concept of working on group project and maintain being a team-player. Whenever she has to do joint projects with her classmates, she finds herself […]

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