Why do so many pitch competitions happen on a stage? After being in a few of these “Dinner Dates” I personally think the conversation over dinner/drinks/coffee with investors is much harder. It takes finesse! You have to be serious, but witty enough to carry on a conversation without all those awkward moments of silence. Between talking […]Read more "Dating an investor…."
No start-up business is the same. Every entrepreneur will face a unique set of unpredictable challenges. However, there are some problems that pounce on every business. Here are 5 challenges that every successful entrepreneur conquers: 1. Cash Flow Issues Money makes the world go round and a lack of it will grind a business to […]Read more "5 Challenges Every Successful Entrepreneur Overcomes"
Everyone has limits. Our resources are limited, where we were born and to whom; challenges at every turn, businesses and individual entities always working against you. Your boss is a master jackass, your co-founder takes more then they give. All systems are on the blink and you have a splitting headache. But just like there are plenty of […]Read more "The Art of Having Problems"
Really excited to see this event come to Miami! I hope to see everyone there!Read more "Tap the Future event coming to Miami"
Here is a list of some awesome event that I am speaking at in the next few weeks! I hope to see you there!Read more "Upcoming Speaking Events"
What the Most Successful People in Miami Do Before Breakfast My Jamaican grandfather’s favorite quote, “Early to Bed, Early to Rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise,” but according to Cafecito, Miamians need a coffee break at 3:05pm just to get through the day. So I decided to crowd source fellow entrepreneurs and successful business […]Read more "What the Most Successful People in Miami Do Before Breakfast"
Listen to the interview here. Roundtable discussion about doing business while black in South Florida among CEOs, Suzan McDowell, Adrian Foster, Kevin Michael and Felecia Hatcher. The quartet pictured above own and operate their businesses. Some may consider them black businesses. Some may not. But they all operate in a commerce climate in South Florida […]Read more "Check out my interview on NPR-Doing Business while Black"