Starting a Business
Starting a business was something that started for me slowly. I didn't have the Silicon Valley-esque 2000 mph journey of dropping out of college and toiling in a garage until raising a million dollars in VC funding. I thought about it, and thought about it, and...
One of the most common responses I get from people who want to start businesses is they do not have time to get everything done because they are too busy. If this is you, this article should help if one of your primary challenges is aimless scrolling on social media...
I don't know about you, but there have been many days where I wake up and before I know it the day is completely over. I'm amazed at how quickly the hours can go. Between a full time job, my company (which is another full time job, just on early mornings, nights and...
“It’s sooooo hard to find the time to do everything!!! I could start my business if I juuuuuuuuuust HAD MORE TIME! I’m too busy right now.” Sound familiar? If you struggle with this, I’ve got some suggestions for you.
With no clear picture of how you wish your life to be, how on earth can you begin to live it? Learn why this question was a game-changer for me and how you can use it in your own life.
Starting a business requires making all kinds of decisions, and one of the most important is how you’re going to operate and do business. It requires asking all kinds of questions about concepts that are pretty foreign to folks new to the game. I had an amazing discussion with business law expert Carliss Chatman about all of this, and she dropped AAAALLLLLL of the jewels.
How to reset when you feel overwhelmed, out of control, or too busy to reach your dream: Lessons from Tiffany Haddish and Meek Mill
As summer is making her exit, I've been trying to take full advantage of the last few weeks. I rarely watch television, but I binge-watched a few things recently. Two programs in particular got me thinking a lot about the importance of having a vision. One was Tiffany...
Once your business is registered with the state and you’re a legit business owner, the next step is to get a Tax ID number. Ya’ll know the IRS wants their money! This article outlines when you should apply and where to go do it.
Co-working spaces for women and people of color // Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name
Co-working spaces are shared office environments for folks who are otherwise typically working solo or in small groups. Finding the right fit for a co-working space can be important because of the day-to-day connections you can make.
Once you decide to start a business, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is how your business will operate. Most people should incorporate their businesses before hanging out a shingle.