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1
Jul

My Money Story: Mistakes & Missteps That Taught Me How to Thrive

My Financial Autobiography   I have had a fascination with money for as long as I can remember. At about age 6, I used to look forward to my parents throwing their spare change into a tall, wooden saving pan we had, and then I would empty all the coins on the floor each week and count them. I loved how the money kept growing week by week

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8
Mar

IWD 2016: 12 Phenomenal Women I’m Celebrating

I have been blessed to experience a  lot of growth in all different areas of my life over the past 3 years, but to say it this was something I accomplished all on my own would be far from truthful. The truth is that I have been able to benefit from inspiration and support in many different forms from a number of phenomenal women, though
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17
Feb

7 Networking Tips to Build More Solid Connections

If you operate in any kind of a professional capacity, chances are you’ve attended at least one networking event. They’re usually fun and provide a good opportunity for you to connect with other like-minded professionals or, even better, someone who can help you with your next project or venture. (If you’re lucky, the finger food will be good, too.) Unfortunately, outside

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26
Dec

2015 Lessons: The 2 Most Important Things This Year Taught Me

The ebbs and flow of 2015 proved to be a concoction of mayhem, bliss and everything in between, and as the year comes to a close, I am taking some time to reflect on my journey, growth, and lessons learned. In my experiences over the past few years, I have noticed a reoccurring trend where each year carries a distinctive theme coupled with specific lessons. So, with that

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13
Dec

5 Books That Changed the Course of my Life

It is said that a mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimension and from my own experiences, I find that the saying holds true. A little over three years ago, I made a commitment to personal and professional development which led me to reading over 30 books across various topics to-date. Most were good, but some – particularly these

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21
Aug

Jermaine Henry: Jamaica’s “Wiz” in Agricultural Innovation

Meet Jermaine Henry: A Globetrotter, Entrepreneur Extraordinaire, and a Millennial CEO, Jermaine “Wizzy” Henry is staying true to his personal mantra, “Nuff tings fi gwaan!” by leaving his indelible mark on Jamaica’s tech agricultural scene. His entrepreneurial spark was ignited when he became a member of UTech’s Club Billionaire during his time as a student of the school and credits entrepreneurship

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