From Dr. Randal Pinkett, the first and only African American to win NBC network’s hit reality TV show The Apprentice, here’s an inspiring article that provides a strategic roadmap to help African Americans succeed. It presents a trailblazing path for leveraging ethnic and cultural assets to not only win the game of success in any arena, but to reshape America and leave a powerful legacy.
Archives for November 2010
Pregnancy is a very special time for any woman and her family. However, it is also a time when women are faced with a lot of fashion challenges.
Marcelle Costello launched RentMaternityWear.com to allow pregnant women to rent special occasion clothes and dresses – such as baby showers, cocktail parties, weddings, even date nights – without breaking the bank.
When you’re a work at home mom trying to balance a business with family, it is hard to find time to work while taking care of a busy household. One option is to be very flexible and work at every opportunity you can — even if that means working in your car, in a coffee shop, or while the kids are finishing their ballet lessons.
Starting a business, in some instances, can be bad for families and relationships. When a family member (say a husband) starts a business, the whole family can be affected — and not always for the better. Here are some risks starting a business can bring to families and marriages:
The global recession has forced many people to reconsider their careers and life choices. In these turbulent times, where does one turn for career advice? As I was researching the material for my new book, The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs (McGraw Hill) I realized that many of the principles behind Jobs’ breakthrough success at Apple apply equally to the management of one’s career.
What inspires successful entrepreneurs? What words of wisdom guide their actions and thinking? Paul Thornton in his new book “Leadership – Off the Wall” looks at the quotes leaders and successful women entrepreneurs post on their office walls and keep on their desks.