Serial Entrepreneur Tere Tatiana Shares Advice For Other Women Hustlers
Tere Tatiana is one prominent name who has been helping people increase income during the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain their overall mental health. Born in Atlanta, GA, and raised in Statesboro, GA, she graduated from Claflin University cumma sum laude with a degree in public relations. Tere has always been an ambitious woman who learned how to balance life being a single mother after being deployed to Afghanistan in 2009. During the same time, she got certified in connecting, splicing, and measuring fiber optical cable. Tere even received multiple accolades as an HR professional.
Widely recognized as a serial entrepreneur– Labeled Blu Collections, Labeled Blu Realty, Labeled Blu Transportation, and Southern Hospitality Adult Daycare Facility are hers–Tatiana is also a popular social media influencer.
BLACK ENTERPRISE: What made you want to become an entrepreneur?
Tatiana: Entrepreneurship was inherited. My mother (beautician) and father (carpenter) were both entrepreneurs, so it’s all I’ve ever really known.
What would you tell your 21-year-old self?
I would tell her to be patient, party more, and that you definitely don’t need to eat out every day.
What do you want to say to the woman who doesn’t feel like she’s good enough to make it in the marketplace?
There no such thing as good enough! Your superpower is the fact that you are you, and no one can take that away from you so use it to your advantage, Sis!
Why are you so big on collaboration?
I’m big on supporting other women. It was how I was raised. I love collaborating with other women because there’s strength in numbers. Women are generally very intuitive and cross-branding goes a long way. In addition, there’s a misconception that women don’t get along, and just like other barriers, I want to break that stigma.
How can people stay connected with you outside of this interview?
Dr. Jessica Mosley is a serial entrepreneur who loves teaching fellow CEO women how to show up in their truth and power. As steward owner of MizCEO Entrepreneurial Media Brand, Sovereign Care Home Care, Sovereign Care Medical Training Center, and Deborah’s Place for Battered Women, Jessica is busy making moves that impact her community and those connected to her.