Being Mara Brock Akil: It’s Not The Game You Think It Is

Mara Brock Akil, the creative genius behind two of Hollywood's exciting African American programs "The Game" and "Being Mary Jane," talks about her journey from college journalism major to successful television executive producer and writer. Then, we look at lending money to family with Black Enterprise Senior Editor for Personal Finance Stacey Tisdale. We later hear from S. Epatha Merkerson, actress and spokesperson for the America's Diabetes Challenge. She talks about the importance of staying on top of the disease within the black community. And finally, Cheryl B. Walker-Robertson offers the proper etiquette for executive dining. It's the dos and don't when taking out business partners, co-workers and colleagues.