Community Conversations

  • Righteous Indignation – Holding Leaders Accountable.
    “Righteous indignation is a powerful force that can be used to oppose injustice and bring about social change. It is fueled by a sense of justice and a passion for fairness, and it is a reminder to wrongdoers that their wrongful actions will have consequences.”
  • Two-Drink Minimum!
    I am excited about getting out and covering comedy rooms. To bring you all the deets on why the specials, when you hang out in the comedy rooms you can almost see whose up nexts. Stay tuned, but until then, here’s why we’re doing it.
  • How to Live in Joy!
    Living in joy means that you make conscious decisions to focus on the positive aspects of life and to be grateful for what you have. This can be done by taking time to appreciate the small moments and the people in your life.
  • Community Cafes
    I am saddened that I can no longer hangout at the cafes I used to. My go-to spot was always Artist Cafe on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, which unfortunately is no longer there.
  • New Beginnings – Keep Going!
    Be strong and courageous, keep moving forward without looking back.
  • August: National Black Business Month
    “Black entrepreneurs navigate a path riddled with hurdles, from limited capital to biased loan terms. Yet, their unyielding spirit and unwavering determination fuel their journey towards success. Through resilience and innovation, they defy the odds and leave an indelible mark on the business world.”
  • Community Engagement: The Key to Successful and Accepted Developments
    Getting the community excited about new developments is crucial for their success and acceptance.
  • What is Small-scale Development
    Small-scale development involves creating or improving infrastructure, buildings, or projects on a localized level. It differs from large-scale developments, which are more extensive and involve major construction projects or urban planning. Small-scale development aims to enhance the immediate surroundings and cater to the specific needs of a community or neighborhood.
  • The benefits of ownership
    Ownership goes beyond simply having possession of something. It comes with various benefits such as a sense of pride and accomplishment, as well as a feeling of responsibility and satisfaction. Being an owner allows for personalization and customization of belongings, which promotes empowerment and autonomy. Ownership also serves as a long-term investment, building equity and accumulating wealth over time, providing stability, security, and potential for future prosperity. In summary, ownership enhances quality of life, promotes a sense of belonging and self-expression, and contributes to financial well-being.
  • Embracing Failure: The Key to Thriving in the Competitive Business Landscape
    Business failures are an inevitable part of the entrepreneurial journey. While they can be disheartening and discouraging, it is crucial to view these failures as opportunities for growth and improvement.

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