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Starting March 11, 2020, when the pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a global pandemic, we quickly experienced a flurry of events thereafter, witnessing drastic changes not only take place on a worldwide scale but also in our own personal lives at home and in business as we had to adapt quickly to the “new normal”.
As we conformed to the new rules and retreated to the safety of our homes, it gave entrepreneurs a chance to sit with their own stark reality of what they’d created up until that point – what was working, what wasn’t working, what our strengths are. Suddenly unable
Buying a home is one of the most important investments you can make. Becoming a homeowner is an exciting milestone, but the process can be intimidating. After diligently saving for a down payment and choosing a reputable mortgage lender, you’re left with a seemingly endless list of decisions. With so many mortgage options, it’s tough to know where to start.
Especially as a first-time home buyer, you’re prone to picking options that seem most convenient after limited research. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that 47 percent of home buyers are so overwhelmed by the purchasing process that they don’t even bother comparing mortgage lenders.
It’s not easy to automatically know all the right questions to ask your mortgage lender, but it’s important to learn. Even if it’s stressful, being inquisitive and shopping around could save you tens of thousands of dollars in the end. Before you start asking … Read the rest
Meet Electra Davis, the 36-year old founder and CEO of Mysteek Naturals – a popular Black-owned line of chemical-free hair color products. She launched her successful company just two years after becoming a divorced single mother with two children.
Electra grew up as an only child living in Buffalo, NY, with her mom. However, her mom worked and partied a lot, and Electra was often left with her grandparents. As a result, one of her uncles began sexually abusing her from age 5 to 8.
After this was discovered, she went to go live with her father. She began working at 14-years old, and started paying rent to her Dad when she was just 15. She was even forced to buy her own groceries and was given one side of the refrigerator to only eat the food she bought. Two weeks after graduating high school, … Read the rest