Tag Archives: Business

motherhood

Moms Mean Business: How To Become A Mompreneur

Learn key tips on how to succeed in parenting and business

Are you a mom looking to start your own business? Here are a few tips…

By Cameka Smith

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vendor

6 Keys to Finding The Perfect Vendor for Your Business

Leave hope out of the decision-making process and select the vendor that will serve your business best

A bad employee can cost you a year in lost productivity, while a bad vendor…

By Black Enterprise

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Mobile

How Going Mobile First Gives Your Business a Leg Up

People are now turning to their phones for information a lot more frequently than they are starting up their laptops

Here are lessons on how to get started with your own mobile app — and…

By Black Enterprise

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abundance

Get Uncomfortable! 5 Ways to Step Into Your Abundance Zone

Open yourself up to new possibilities and opportunities that go beyond your current experiences

Do you want to experience massive abundance? Learn five key tips to step into your…

By Cameka Smith

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career

Life After 9-5: Transitioning From Your Career to Your Calling

Consider these tips as you map out your exit strategy from employee to employer

Many people dream of ditching their 9-5 to become an entrepreneur. Discover 10 critical tasks…

By Black Enterprise

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author

Award-Winning Author Sheri Booker Encourages Peers To Be Great

The time to tell our stories is now

Find out how author & Entrepreneur, Sheri Booker uses her success and passion for writing…

By Regan Farley

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young entrepreneur

5 Lessons I Learned After I Started My Own Business

Learning to look at the big--and little--picture

If you’re an entrepreneur, you already know that starting a business is a lot of…

By Black Enterprise

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Workaholics

A Workaholics Wake-up Call: Why Skipping Vacation for Work is a Bad Idea

The benefits of taking time off go beyond your physical and mental well-being

Life Coach and Founder of Captain’s Chair Coaching provides insight for workaholics to consider for…

By Jason Dukes

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Truth

The Truth Behind Your Business’ White Lies

How a simple white lie can negatively impact your company's productivity and overall success

There are no half-truths, only whole lies; yet telling only a fraction of the truth…

By Black Enterprise

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mentoring

Mentoring Just Got Easier for Small Business Owners

SCORE and Kauffman Foundation team up to offer video mentoring to small businesses

Research shows that businesses receiving three or more hours of mentoring have witnessed a boost…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Business World

How to Ask for What You Really Want in the Business World

How to ask for what you want in business—and do so with tact, poise, and grace

In business, your greatest assets are often found in the relationships that you’ve developed with…

By Black Enterprise

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John Hope Bryant

What My Biggest Failures Taught Me

Leveraging life lessons when things fall apart in business

Leveraging life lessons when things fall apart in business.

By John Hope Bryant

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money

5 Worthless Work Worries

Why you need to get over other people's opinions of you, past mistakes, and other work worries that waste your time and energy

Work offers plenty of legitimate concerns: deadlines, goals, customer satisfaction, new opportunities, missed opportunities—the list…

By Natasha Miller Williams

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Side business

How I Officially Turned My Side Business Into My Full-Time Job

Here are the steps you can take to make your visions a reality

Before I became an “official” entrepreneur, I was just an entrepreneur at heart, working one…

By Black Enterprise

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Leadership

Lessons in Leadership From Top Female Executives

Women in business generally belong to one of two leadership groups: female founders or female executives

Women in business generally belong to one of two leadership groups: female founders or female…

By Black Enterprise

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Niece

How I Fired My Niece and Lived to Tell the Tale

Sometimes the two words “family” and “business” simply should not go together

Sometimes, the two words “family” and “business” simply should not go together.
My only sister, Dr.…

By Black Enterprise

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Startups

How to Start a Profitable T-Shirt Business

Technology and low startup costs are advantages to entrepreneurs

T-shirts are contemporary wardrobe staples for men, women, and children today. Building an online T-shirt…

By Black Enterprise

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Amoy Pitters

Amoy Pitters Is All About the Business

Pitters shares advice to other salon owners and stylists who wish to follow in her footsteps

 
Amoy Pitters Founder & Owner of Amoy Couture Hair (Image: Nico Llive)
Amoy Pitters, a…

By Tia Walker

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I Don’t Like the Spotlight. Can I Still Increase My Company’s Visibility Without Putting Myself Out There?

10 hacks for introverts who want to focus on running their biz without stepping out from behind the curtain

Can you increase your company’s visibility without putting yourself in the spotlight? Find out the…

By Black Enterprise

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food

We’re Sick to Our Stomachs Over Food Delivery Apps

VCs are full from funding food delivery apps

Who doesn’t love the ease of ordering takeout with a few taps after a hard…

By Samara Lynn

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