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What does Hustle and Grind look like?

I work with hundreds of Black women entrepreneurs daily who are working toward everything from the 6-figure status to multi-millionaire finish lines. I think this journey has given me a special sight and understanding. For one thing, the ladies who are winners are the ones who hustle and grind. I’m often able to spot the winners who will rise to the occasion. There’s a lot of talk about what “hustle and grind” means, but digging...

What Nobody Told Me About Member Subscription Models

At the end of 2020, Sistahbiz wrapped up year one of our membership program for Black women entrepreneurs! It took me two years to even launch the Sistahbiz membership program because we had a lot on our plate running our existing programs for Black women in business and I suspected it was going to take a lot of work. I also anticipated a learning curve that I didn’t have the capacity to manage alongside some...

Bosses In Construction

Where are all the Black women bosses in construction?  They’re there, even when society has conditioned us not to look for them! Too often, when we think about the construction industry, society has made it easy for our minds to instantly envision male workers and engineers in blue jeans, work boots, and hard hats. Similarly, the default picture of a construction CEO is a white man. This isn’t a coincidence. From the time Black girls...

Sistahbiz Spotlight on Beatrice Dixon of The Honey Pot Company

We are excited to shine the Sistahbiz spotlight on Beatrice Dixon, Co-Founder and CEO of The Honey Pot Company. She took the time to share some elements of her entrepreneurial journey with us and the lessons she has learned along the way. For those of you who don’t know, Beatrice Dixon started the world’s first plant-based feminine care line with a $21,000 loan from her brother and Co-Founder. Her product line started with “The Normal...

4 Ways to Make Money With Your Customer Avatar

I talk with Black women entrepreneurs consistently about the importance of creating a customer avatar. You’ll see this all over the internet and in sales courses everywhere, including the Sistahbiz Global Network coursework. Despite how often it comes up, though, it’s still common to see customer avatars being misunderstood, taken for granted, or straight up underutilized once the initial activity is completed. Point blank, that’s just a waste of an amazingly valuable exercise and business...

New Year CEO Prep

Whew! What a year! This year 2020 has been filled with ups and downs, wins and losses, for the nation as a whole and for the Black community in particular. While over 40% of Black business owners have closed their doors due to the pandemic, others have experienced unprecedented growth and advancement due to an increase in support for Black businesses and, in fewer cases, a shift to more profitable business models as needed to...

Kisha’s Favorites: The 2020 Sistahbiz Holiday Gift Guide

Looking for your black-owned, women-owned gift guide? I got you. Check out my favorites list and surprise your loved ones with beautiful goodies this year while supporting the black-owned business movement. For the Health Enthusiast From virtual fitness and yoga gift certificates, to CBD remedies and herbal popcorn, this list will put a smile on the faces of your beloved wellness gurus. @fitandnu https://fitandnu.com/ @samoralife https://www.samoralife.com/ @pureheartjuice https://www.pureheartjuice.com/ @azzizahsherbalgreenpopcorn https://herbalgreenpopcorn.com/ @simplypurecbd https://thepurestlife.com/shop/ @blacupuncturist www.watermama.org For...

Give the Gift of Wine: Black, Women Owned Wineries

Black, women-owned wineries and vineyards are establishing powerful brands and making a once-exclusive industry inclusive for all. Consumers now have dozens of Black-owned wineries to choose from when looking for their next alcoholic indulgence, and we’re highlighting a few of the sistah-owned ones below - and just in time for your holiday gift shopping journey. Shaking up an already established and male-dominated industry isn’t an easy feat, but with a little Black Girl Magic plus...

Terrand Smith Leads Women Businesses in the Retail Game

We're shining the spotlight on our Sis Terrand Smith. As a matter of fact she's showing us a thing or two about how to prepare a strategy and execute a plan for getting more online sales this season as she brings her expertise to the Sistahbiz Retail Holiday Mastermind. Before we get into her advice, successes, and challenges, you gotta know that Terrand oversaw close to $1 Billion in revenue during her decade long career...

Sistahbiz Spotlight on Kadija Taylor

Meet Sistahbiz board member, Kadija Taylor, and see how she discovered her secret sauce.    Kadija is the broker and owner of Home & Sanctuary, a real estate and design company. Her passion is rooted in helping clients purchase homes and create spaces that reach beyond beauty and functionality and speak to the soul.  After graduating from the University of Colorado at Denver, she began a career in property management. With more than eleven years in...
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