Want to Win in 2020? You Need Clarity and Focus, and I Know How to Get It

So, remember how I mentioned a few blogs back that I’m writing a book about family and the impact they can have on you personally and professionally? Well, here’s a sample from my baby. Woo. It’s kind of exciting to share it. Scary as hell, but exciting. Lemme know what you think. This snippet is … Continue reading Want to Win in 2020? You Need Clarity and Focus, and I Know How to Get It

A Black Woman’s Life Was Ruined by a WhatsApp Image She Didn’t Even See

I don’t want to believe that when people of color are excessively punished for the flimsiest crimes, it’s related to race. I tend to over examine situations because I don’t want to be accused of pulling the race card. But sometimes there’s just no other reasonable explanation. These were my thoughts when I read the … Continue reading A Black Woman’s Life Was Ruined by a WhatsApp Image She Didn’t Even See

Facebook Is Being Irresponsible with Its Stance on Political Advertising

I usually shy away from blogging about politics – it’s too inflammatory, even for me LOL – but hear me out here because I’m not advocating for Democrat or Republican. Nor am I pushing for a particular candidate in the upcoming presidential election. My gripe this fine Friday is with Facebook’s decision to not fact … Continue reading Facebook Is Being Irresponsible with Its Stance on Political Advertising

Former President Obama Makes a Great Point About Being “Woke”​

So, earlier this week former President Obama called out cancel culture and so-called woke young people at his Obama Foundation summit in Chicago. I didn’t watch the entire hour-long speech, but I believe he was speaking particularly of the culture on college campuses. I see a ton of different applications for his thoughtfully delivered commentary though. The … Continue reading Former President Obama Makes a Great Point About Being “Woke”​

Alma Har’el’s ‘Free the Work’​ Makes It Easy to Find Diverse Talent in the Entertainment Industry

So, filmmaker Alma Har’el has created a new tool to promote diversity and inclusion in the entertainment industry. Free the Work is a searchable database for women and minority creatives, or what she calls “a sexy version of Spotify meets IMDb.” I like it for two reasons. One, it puts the onus firmly where it belongs – … Continue reading Alma Har’el’s ‘Free the Work’​ Makes It Easy to Find Diverse Talent in the Entertainment Industry