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The Silent Battles of Black Women Entrepreneurs: Healing and Empowerment

For some time, I've hesitated about the prospect of delivering a TED talk. As I get older, I feel the need to speak less and do more. I felt like I didn't have anything compelling enough to say on a stage that big. I told myself I’d wait until I FELT the words and I asked God to show me what I needed to say. And I think I know now. Navigating the realm of...
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Sistahbiz Takes on Denver Startup Week with a Bold Black Girl Takeover

Fall is rolling in and the notable Denver Startup Week is set to launch September 16-22. Sistahbiz is sending their Denver Delegation in for a full-on Black Girl Takeover. As the leaves begin to change and the air turns crisp, the anticipation for Denver Startup Week is ramping up. Though this year, Denver's own Sistahbiz Global Network prepares to make its mark on the event. We're sending in the "Denver Delegation" for what promises to...
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Empowering Black Women Entrepreneurs: The Power of Business Besties and Co-working

For Black women entrepreneurs, building and growing a business can present unique challenges and opportunities. The journey to success becomes even more powerful when supported by a trusted accountability partner or business bestie who shares similar experiences. In this blog post, we will explore the ways in which Black women entrepreneurs can cultivate effective accountability partnerships, utilize co-working spaces, and focus on grant writing to amplify their business growth. By embracing these strategies, you can...
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Avoiding Business Headaches: Identifying Clients Who Aren’t a Good Match for Your Services

  When a Potential Client May Not Be a Good Fit for Your Service As a service provider, it's essential to be selective about the clients you work with. While it can be tempting to take on any client who shows interest in your services, working with the wrong ones can cause a lot of stress and frustration for both you and the client. You likely started your business to find new levels of freedom...
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Fueling Success: 9 Ways for Black Women Entrepreneurs to Eat Healthy on the Go

As Black women entrepreneurs, we face the challenge of juggling multiple responsibilities while striving for success. Unfortunately, in this pursuit, we often neglect our own eating habits and overall health. It is disheartening to note that Black women have the highest obesity rates among all racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Additionally, compared to women of other racial and ethnic backgrounds, Black women experience higher prevalence of diabetes and hypertension. Amidst our hectic...
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Providing More Offers to Existing Clients

  It’s Cheaper to Keep Her: Don’t Sleep on Sales From Existing Clients As a business owner, you understand the importance of acquiring new customers. However, I work continuously with the founders in our community for Black women entrepreneurs to help them understand that it's equally essential to keep existing customers satisfied and coming back for more. Customer retention is crucial for any business as it directly affects the lifetime value of a customer. The...
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The Crisis of Black Women Entrepreneurs and Time Poverty

    Are Black Women Entrepreneurs More Prone to Time Poverty? I witness the impact of time poverty on Black women entrepreneurs whom I coach way too often. In fact, I've battled the issue myself for some time. I think we are especially prone to time poverty because we are often running an under-resourced, understaffed business. Moreover, Black women are often the primary or only deliverer of services. Time poverty is a state of being...
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Are Clients Questioning Your Pricing? Do This.

    When Black Women Consultants Tell Me Clients Question Their Pricing As a Black woman consultant, you may find yourself facing the question of why clients are questioning your pricing. You understand the value you bring to the table. You’ve put in the time, effort, and resources to develop your expertise, and you’ve honed your skills to deliver results. However, despite your confidence in your abilities, you struggle to close the deal and make...
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Avoid Scope Creep With Ease

    Oh, the Drama of Avoiding Scope Creep. I coach hundreds of Black, women entrepreneurs each year on how to avoid scope creep. Scope creep is wreaks havoc in their service-based businesses. It refers to the uncontrolled or unplanned expansion of a project's goals, deliverables, or requirements beyond its initial scope, which can lead to additional work, increased costs, and delayed timelines. This can cause stress for business owners, particularly when the scope of...
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10 Signs Your Visual Branding Is Not Professionally Done

When it comes to building a strong brand identity, visuals play a critical role in establishing credibility and building recognition. However, not all visual branding is created equal. If your company's visual brand was not professionally done, it can send the wrong message to your audience and may even turn potential customers away. Here are ten signs that your visual brand is not professionally done and may be ineffective: Inconsistent use of colors, fonts, and...
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