I usually don’t write responses to articles I’ve seen on the web. In fact, this may be my first one. Earlier this morning, I read an article on medium.com entitled, “The startup world has matured. It’s time for most accelerators to go,” by Ivy Nguyen. In so many words, Nguyen emphasizes that most information about … More Not Quite Out of Style: 3 (Potential) Reasons to Join an Accelerator
Like most millennials, I am always wary of picking up calls from numbers I don’t recognize in fear of being severely interrupted. Over the years, I had to learn how to break out of this cautionary habit as I advance as a young professional and now as an entrepreneur. As a result, I find myself … More ‘Shawty You Don’t Know Me’ or My Business Apparently: 3 Reasons Why Prospects Give You the Side-Eye During Cold-Calls
(As you will find out, there are definitely client types you should kick to the curb. Rae and Usher seem to do it well.) Who in their right mind rejects business? I didn’t – at first. If you are reading this, you may be one of more than 15.5 million who ditched the nine to … More I Ain’t Got No Type: 3 Client Types You Should Swerve on Immediately
I am a woman. I am a black woman. I am a black woman building a business. I am a black woman building a business that extends beyond women who share the same range of melanin in my skin. Race should be the last thing on my mind as I build my business. I should … More Software, logos and melanin: How race plays a role in brand recognition
After being in the professional workforce for more than five years, I have made the executive decision to change the trajectory of my life. For the last three years, I have been searching for a purpose that adds value to my life in a colossal way. For nearly my whole life, my mindset has been: … More TheWriteGirlBlog.com is changing!
Navigating through life can bring the most exhilarating and terrifying experiences while you are in your 20s. Each experience will bring you closer to your purpose and give you an opportunity to find your passion in the process. As I matriculate through my 20s, I am learning more each day that knowing myself and what … More 5 Life Lessons to Help Millennial Women Live with Confidence
The ability to prove the longevity of your tenure at a company is a deciding factor for hiring managers when you choose to pursue a new job in your career. Millennials have a (growing) reputation of being “job-hoppers” and are floating among others in the workforce who not only have to substantiate their value and … More Millennials: How to Cope with Stress While Building Job Stability