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7 Questions Caribbean Entrepreneurs Should Ask Before Taking On a New Project

It is the never ending struggle of many Caribbean entrepreneurs. We’ve got a ton of ideas and not enough time and resources to get them done. Thing is, everything feels urgent and when the idea seems great and you can see clearly the steps to accomplish them, it all seems doable in the moment. This …

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Turning that Frown Upside Down – Finding Opportunities in COVID-19

It was an honour to make a presentation as part of ECCB’s Financial Information Month on how we can continue to thrive despite current conditions. Thank you to Ms Angela Estwick, Manager of the Montserrat office, the Department of Trade and ZJB Radio for providing the opportunity. The following is an edited transcript. You can …

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The Single Parent Guide to Raising Caribbean Entrepreneurs

As time passes, I am as consumed with teaching Caribbean entrepreneurs as I about being an entrepreneur. It’s been three years since I wrote Why Caribbean Parents Aren’t Raising the Next Mark Zuckerberg. I’ve come to the realization that I’m not either. There are mitigating factors. 😀 Three of my four children are now out …

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What Caribbeanpreneurs Can Learn From Tyler Perry Making Forbes’ Billionaire List

Whether you are a fan of his work or not, you’ve got to admire the business savvy of media mogul Tyler Perry and Caribbeanpreneurs can learn a thing or two from him. Maddie Berg wrote in her September 1 article From Poor as Hell to Billionaire: How Tyler Perry Changed Show Business Forever – “The …

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One Thing Caribbean Consultants Must Stop Doing Now to Grow Their Business

January 1, 2014 found me returning full-time to working for myself. I’d left a government job that I really enjoyed and was able to make an impact in, to take a chance on what I wanted to do more, create my own work that would lead to financial empowerment for me and more Caribbean people. …

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