The entrepreneur’s life is celebrated for the grit and fortitude required to navigate it successfully, yet the lifestyle seems a more common choice as people increasingly freelance, run their own businesses, or work as consultants today.
You want to start a business, but the thing that's holding you back is the market niche you know you need to choose. And, honestly, this can be tricky: You could list all of your interests and passions and still come away feeling as if you haven't hit upon the singular thing you were meant to do.
Podcasts have become a very useful tool for the busy entrepreneur. They're easy to create, are quick to digest (especially for those with longer commute times or who use public transport), and can cover a myriad of topics.
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March is Women’s History Month, and this year we’re celebrating by reflecting on the wise words Latinas have shared about everything from womanhood to activism to representation.
We are thrilled about Nely Galán’s upcoming book, which is being published by Random House on April 26, 2016. SELF MADE: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant and Rich in Every Way, is inspired by and dedicated to fierce and fabulous women just like YOU.
When the Supreme Court last heard oral arguments in a landmark abortion case, it was April 1992, the case was Planned Parenthood v Casey, and Sandra Day O’Connor was the lone female justice. Twenty-four years later, there are three women on the court.
March is Women’s History Month, and our own Nely Galán, founder of the Adelante Movement, is ready to make history herself this year with a brand new book, SELF MADE: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant and Rich in Every Way (Random House, April 26). She’ll be on the road headlining some fabulous events, so catch her if you can!
Soledad O’Brien has been making waves for being the host of the “I am Latino in America” tour. Here are some interesting facts on one of the top journalists in the world and how she started the tour.
Starting this fall, several young people who lack legal status will be able to attend a university in Illinois thanks to the efforts and generosity of some of its students. Students at Loyola University Chicago voted last year not only to establish a scholarship fund for undocumented students, but also to fund it themselves.
For years, women have had to adapt to the male way of doing things, even when starting our businesses. But things are changing! The number of women growing their businesses beyond $1 million has reached a tipping point.
Traditionally this the month we express our love and appreciation for others. But, it’s also an opportune time to be reminded that we need to love ourselves as well. To inspire you to do just that, check out "Meditation, matcha among top 15 wellness trends of 2016".
She may not be boycotting the Oscars, or unleashing bitter attacks against the Academy for its lack of diversity, but Gina Rodriguez is rolling up her sleeves and taking action.
At just 22 years old, Cuban-American Sabrina González Pastesrki has graduated from MIT with a perfect GPA, received an open job offer from aerospace developer/Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos, and been featured in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list.
The late Latin music superstar Celia Cruz has been named as one of this year's recipients of the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Often referred to as the "Queen of Salsa," Cruz's career spanned over 40 years and included 23 gold albums, four Latin Grammy Awards and three Grammy Awards.
Now is the time of year when we are all looking ahead with hopeful and determined eyes. “This is going to be my year. This is the year that I become my best self.” We get to be a little selfish and ask ourselves, “What do I want?”
Silicon Valley has a diversity problem, and despite working for a year to create more diverse workplaces with higher levels of Latinos, blacks and women, progress has been slow. But there are bright minds at work on solutions....
It was an honor long overdue for Rita Moreno. The Puerto Rican trailblazing actress received the coveted Kennedy Center Honors – the nation’s highest award for lifetime achievement in the arts.
Latinos account for nearly half of all consumer spending growth and are the fastest-growing population group in the country, yet a new report finds that Hispanics are largely missing in action in the corridors of power in corporate America.
NEW YORK, NY -- A job at the investment bank Goldman Sachs is one of the most prized positions in the country. Many people would probably be very surprised to discover that at least one undocumented Mexican immigrant was working shoulder to shoulder with the country's corporate elite.