Bozoma Saint John’s Masterclass at Women of Power Tech #WPTech

I triple booked myself this week. So many awesome summits happening and if this were pre-COVID I would have been forced to choose. Thankful that some are saving the recordings so I can catch the sessions I miss live, which was how I got to see Bozoma Saint John’s Masterclass. Conversations That Count on Wednesday at the Black Enterprise’s Women

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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 of secondary school and in

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Tithing is Good for Business?

I’m a believer that tithing is good for business and in case you are now getting to know me, you should know that I am a Christian and I grew up as a Preacher’s Kid. This PK title came with its own set of angsts and expectations, many of which I probably lived up to, both the good and the

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Pursuing Greatness as a Caribbean Entrepreneur

What does it mean to pursue greatness as a Caribbean entrepreneur? Scroll through your timeline and you are sure to run across a meme that someone has shared declaring “there is greatness within you.” It’s true, there is. But how do we get the greatness to be manifested so we can do our best work? Another popular meme will tell

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How to Get More Media Coverage and Exposure for Your Caribbean-Based Business

Recently, I watched a video on LinkedIn by Jason Feifer, Editor-in-Chief at Entrepreneur Magazine on how to get press for your business.  He said you should “approach a journalist the same way you’d approach a customer, investor, or potential partner. You have to understand what they are looking for first, so you can deliver it.” He goes on to share

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Five Time Hacks for Managing Your Social Media

In the height of the COVID-19 crisis I took an unscheduled break from Facebook. Whether my account was reported or their AI had had enough of my posts, I don’t know. However, it reinforced some very valuable lessons about the power of social and why balance is so important to personal and business success. Since joining the platform in 2008,

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