Yes! I thought this was really cool because I'm at that stage personally where I recognize that it's a need.
Exactly, because having them tied too closely together will surely set you up for failure. I keep my business and personal separate. Now...if only I could see more of a profit on the business end. Lol
This article pretty much describes the best method of making that next step.
Only 8% of high school students followed courses that made them college or career ready, revealed a recent report released by The Education Trust. The study also stated that a mere 13% took a course of study that made them workplace ready.
I’ve often heard people tell me that I am overly ambitious in my quest to convince black people to consider starting their own businesses. These people, whom I refer to as “negro naysayers” are the ones who seem to find a problem for every solution.
Dr. Rosie Milligan brings the largest black cultural event for Southern California – the Black Writers On Tour Conference & Southern California Black Business Expo under one roof in Carson, California, a Los Angeles neighboring city.