As a black business owner, I understand how difficult it is to start out and build your business from scratch. As a person of color, in the “traditional” business world, it is hard to get loans, capital, investors, etc. Thankfully as a result of the Black Lives Matter movement, there is more exposure to black owned businesses and a concerted effort to offer more capital to black owned business owners.
Happy Monday ya’ll!!!!!!!! I decided to do this impromptu blog because I wanted to share some updates with you all about what is coming next with Books2Inspire. And it’s A LOT….lol. So I thought I might write it down so I can make sure I don’t miss anything. SO, here you go… First and foremost, my latest book “The Barrel” will be coming soon. The illustrator is very meticulous and
Happy Monday and greetings from Quarantine central, lol! I am so excited to bring you this special feature on a pretty big social media star, Jasmin Steiner who is also a blogger, personal fitness coach, life coach, and self-love advocate. I was so pleased when she agreed to allow me to interview her for my blog. I have been following her on Instagram for almost a year and have found
I had the pleasure of interviewing Ronnie Sidney II, author, entrepreneur, mobile app creator, and former special needs student. When I read his news story online, I was so impressed by his story and his journey, especially having a son who is special needs. I wanted something to inspire other families dealing with this challenge so imagine how excited I was when I contacted Ronnie on social media and he
Due to the conclusion of Black history month drawing near, I wanted to end the month highlighting books that I have come to love. These books have offered me inspiration and motivated me to keep going, when I have come to some dead ends in my business. These books have uplifted me not just as a businesswoman but as a WOMAN. The unique experiences these black women have gone through
This fellow autism mom and Instagram friend is someone I met through social media when I was advertising my book on a neighborhood website, Nextdoor. She was interested in purchasing my first book, Trey the Chef, to build her son’s book collection. She was so gracious and sweet that we quickly built a friendship and stayed in touch. She has supported me with my business in ways some of my