If you ever felt like your success wasn’t yours to rightfully claim, you’ve probably experienced imposter syndrome. Discovered by psychologists …Impostor Syndrome: Exploring The Phenomenon That Contributes To Black Women’s Feelings of Inadequacy
Why the ‘paradox mindset’ is the key to success
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7 Black Owned Games for the Family | How We Buy Black
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How to look your best on a video call – By
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We look at the authors of five books discussing race in America.Five Books Exploring Race in America
Do you ever have the nagging feeling that you never have any new and exciting ideas? Here’s why that feeling is likely to be wrong.
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It has been reported endlessly that black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs. Yet, many black women in business don’t get the shine that they deserve for their work. Of course… Continue reading On Netflix: She Did That
See and hear what it took for some of the most sought-after talent in Hollywood to get their chance in Chasing Hollywood on A Space For Creators. Watch this web series for free today.
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Certain types of leaders, those who are certain of themselves, avoid these actions.
Recently, a friend was asking about entrepreneurial endeavors I’d tried over the years, and I realized it’d be fun to enumerate them and reflect on lessons learned. From starting a business, talking to customers, finding solutions, and working to build a sustainable business — every part of the entrepreneurial journey is a learning experience. Here […]So Many Tries, So Many Entrepreneurial Failures — David Cummings on Startups