Archive for August 2011

You’re So Vain! I Bet You Think This blog is About You. Don’t you?

You’re So Vain! I Bet You Think This blog is About You. Don’t you?
By Zondra Hughes I ventured to Washington D.C. last week for one of the most memorable events in my adulthood, the Chevrolet Table of Brotherhood Project that took place in the Washington Convention Center. Let me say this, the best and brightest nationally recognized influencers were on the panel—Las Alonzo, Arianna Huffington, Debra Lee (BET)... Read more »

Waiting for Success? Hold on . . .You're right there!

by Yanni Brown Success doesn’t happen overnight. It requires patience, commitment, hard work, persistence, diligence, time, effort, energy, dedication and humility. It’s about the preparation that makes you ready. Preparation is funny, though. It is in that preparation you will be confronted with chaos, haters, drama, trauma and, yes, some difficulties and pain. I’m learning... Read more »

Recap: Six Black Men Take on Your Six Brown Chicks

Recap: Six Black Men Take on Your Six Brown Chicks
By Yolanda (Yanni) Brown On Sunday, Six Black Men and the Six Brown Chicks had the pleasure of sitting down twogether to engage in a thought-provoking conversation on love, life and relationships at the Black Women’s Expo. While there were several topics and comments that stood out to me, there was one in particular that... Read more »
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Tips for Handling Leadership Challenges

By Dr. Dawj As a follow-up to my recent blog on “good” leaders, I wanted to provide some insight into leadership challenges. Where there are great people, there are also the ones that posed challenges for us. These are the people on your job, at your church, in your neighborhood, in the program, in your... Read more »