28Oct

191: Why Your Life Does Not Have to Follow a Traditional Timeline

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay. The average age of a first-year law school student is about 24. And so when someone spends years in another profession and decides to try their hand at law later in life, it becomes a little complicated. For one, deciding to go to law school is a big decision, no […]

21Oct

190: Black Talent Matters: Why Diversity and Inclusion is a Struggle in Corporate America

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay. According to a 2020 report by MarketWatch, only 3.7% of Google workers were Black, less than 4% at Facebook, and 7.5% at Uber. The primary argument behind this heartbreaking statistic is the notion among corporate executives that finding capable Black talent is a challenge. It’s not clear whether they even […]

14Oct

189: Why Entrepreneurs Need to Target the Right Audience

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay. Do Black people support each other? The answer to this hugely subjective question is both yes and no. First, Black people do support each other. In fact, they don’t just care about their families; they also care about the communities they live in. However, people in business who say Black […]

07Oct

188: What It Means to Be A First-Generation American and Entrepreneur

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay. According to the Kauffman Index, more than 27% of entrepreneurs in the US are immigrants despite representing only 13.5% of the population. Furthermore, 43% of the companies on the 2017 Fortune 500 list were founded or co-founded by first or second-generation immigrants. This data speaks volumes about their ability to […]