Being Fearless, Fierce and Fabulous

Last night, I jumped on a W.E. Get Together webinar hosted by Georgina Terry of Trinidad & Tobago. Her guest speaker was a mutual colleague of ours Reina Kolf, Sr. Human Potential Advisor, Coach, Author and Motivational Speaker from Suriname. The topic: “How to be Fearless, Fierce and Fabulous!” If you ever have the chance to meet or listen to

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Who Do You Need to Become to Have What You Desire Most?

Who do you need to become to achieve the goals you have set for your life and your business? I’m struggling with this question today. Let’s blame it on 2020 and say that this year is demanding we all step up and into the life we’ve been saying and dreaming about. It’s asking why are you waiting? Why won’t you

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Looking Back to Move Forward

I have missed out on opportunities because I didn’t believe enough in myself and my own value. (In photo: teaching a business lab to secondary school students in 2014.) I have had amazing experiences because I said yes even when I didn’t think I was ready. (In photo: Moments before speaking at the first Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs Forum for the

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Caribbean Business Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

Caribbean business podcasts are a thing. It’s International Podcast Day and I would be remiss if I didn’t share some of the people who are keeping me abreast of the trends and strategies in business today. As a writer, I can’t listen to people talking when I’m trying to write creatively. It’s quite okay if I’m taking notes as a

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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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