Reset: How To Grow A Successful Business

The National Association of Women Business Owners says there are 8.6 million firms owned by women today.  And despite the remarkable progress women have made, the competition is fiercer than ever.  So what are some ways that women can dominate their market share? Robin Wilson knows all about success, having … Continue reading

Fall Must-Have: Prayer Circle, Goals and Sisterhood

Join me on September 13th for an unforgettable brunch to kickoff fall and help you press RESET. From the prayer circle to the lavish buffet brunch, guest speakers, networking and tapping into your greatness in a loving atmosphere. We salute our sponsor, Prudential for believing in the vision and power … Continue reading

Marriage: Why Not Treat It Like a Million Dollar Business

As an immigrant from India who feels blessed to be an American citizen, Sukhjiwan Singh remains puzzled by the divorce rate here, estimated by PolitiFact.com in 2012 to be 40 to 50 percent. “I come from a time and place in which arranged marriages were common practice – and there … Continue reading

Brand You: Spice Up Your Brand With Good Strategic Partnerships

  You are who and what you know. There is nothing better than strategic partnerships to help grow your brand, however finding the best partnership can become tricky and costly. A strategic partnership can be defined as an informal alliance between two friends/organization/company, with each possessing resources that will help … Continue reading

Real Talk: What Wealthy People Know about Paying for College

The common mistake average Americans make when saving for higher education     College freshmen across the country are eagerly making their way to campuses across the country. However, even as they hang up their posters and sign up for classes, their parents anxiously eye their bank accounts and wonder … Continue reading

Tween Talk: ACTRESS CHINA ANNE MCCLAIN ON WHY YOU SHOULD BE READY TO RESET AT ANY AGE

I remember when I watched the television series Fame starring Debbie Allen and she would say, “Many of us have dreams but dreams cost.” Yes. They do. And that cost is not only financial. Think about this: How much money would you spend to prep your child for an opportunity – acting, singing, dancing … Continue reading