Tag: power

Exec Leonard Edwards: Making Money and Making A Difference

Exec Leonard Edwards: Making Money and Making A Difference
By Nakita Nicci While some may be striving for a “seat at the table” or a chance at a plush six/seven figure career, are you really prepared to do what it takes to get there? The happiest people don’t have the best of everything, they simply make the best of everything they have. Take Leonard... Read more »

5 Things Black Men Must Do to Get Ahead Now

5 Things Black Men Must Do to Get Ahead Now
By Nakita Nicci Thеrе’ѕ a popular ѕhоw оn Starz еntіtlеd “Power”. This television program is so engaging, millions of viewers tune in on telephone apps and on demand features to catch a sneak peek of the episode the night before it actually airs. In thіѕ ѕhоw, a club owner and drug lord Ghost is facing... Read more »

Photos--American Black Film Festival 2015: Hot in Hollywood

Cory Hardict, Natasha Eubanks, Naturi Naughton, YAYA DaCosta and Lance Gross  ABFF HOT IN HOLLYWOOD
The American Black Film Festival (ABFF), a four-day event dedicated to showcasing quality films and television content by and about people of African descent, took place this week in New York. One of yesterday’s highlights of the #ABFF2015 was the Hot in Hollywood panel. Held at the Hilton Midtown, NYC, Hot in Hollywood presented a... Read more »
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Stop Blaming Yourself; it is What it is

Stop Blaming Yourself; it is What it is
By Toni Spearman It is, what it is! Something profound happens to a woman after she turns forty. It’s like a renewal of mind, body and soul that takes place. She begins to settle the fact that her body is going through a metamorphosis; the pre-menopausal experience, which is inevitable! Her forty year old mind... Read more »

6 Things Male Celebrities Told Me About Sex, Love and Money

1. On the GRIND:  "My work, my goal, my life, it's like a treadmill.  And there's no `stop' button on my treadmill.”  --Dwayne Johnson, highest grossing actor in Hollywood and philanthropist
By Zondra Hughes I’m grateful for my career choice as an editor/journalist because over the years, I’ve interviewed some dynamic people who have dropped nuggets of wisdom about love, sex and money that continue to shape my world today. Here are six of my favorite quotes culled from my interviews and conversations about life. Feel... Read more »

Dear Men: I'm Single Because of YOU

Dear Men: I'm Single Because of YOU
By Angela T. Jones Recently I had the pleasure of meeting Steve Harvey and I was afforded a moment to ask him specifically about one of my biggest dilemmas when it comes to dating men: my career and the fact that a lot of men expect me to give up my career, goals and dreams... Read more »
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The List: Top 6 Tips to Choose a Mentor

The List: Top 6 Tips to Choose a Mentor
There’s MONEY in having a MENTOR By Dawniel Winningham Whether you are an entrepreneur or a 9 -to- 5 executive there is definitely an obvious benefit to having a mentor.  A mentor is simply someone who has ALREADY done what you are trying to do and therefore may be able to provide you with help... Read more »

10 Ways to Get ON TRACK for a Successful #2014!

10 Ways to Get ON TRACK for a Successful #2014!
By Dawniel Patterson Winningham @wealthspeaker interviewing Sophia Angeli Nelson @IamSophiaNelson As a Master Life and Business Coach it is refreshing when you have the opportunity to have YOUR CUP refilled by someone knowledgeable, worldly, and giving. Interviewing Sophia Angeli Nelson recently was just that for me. It was an opportunity for me to not only... Read more »

5 Bad Bosses and How to Deal With Them

5 Bad Bosses and How to Deal With Them
By Zondra Hughes On an early Saturday morning, I wore a banker’s blue suit to launch the weekend on a professional note. I was meeting with other professional women who relayed stories of being on the receiving end of great advice, mentorship, and ‘women who HELP each other in the workplace,’ and I was just... Read more »
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Love Can Save an Addict

Love Can Save an Addict
We host a love tweet chat every Wednesday (#SBCCHAT) at noon, and for the past few weeks, one of our Tweeps would dive right in and Tweet her views on love, trust and honesty. In 140 characters or less, Rachel had me mesmerized with her authenticity, and her clarity on her situation, and most importantly,... Read more »