Shelf, Page, Book (April 7th)
10 Books by Black Authors to Read This Black History Month
Author Q&A With Jim McKelvey
Culture isn’t what you say, it’s what you do.
Keep working. Producing. Improving. Consistency is key.
You better be ready to go to war when you build a business especially if your vision is big enough to take business from the big boys.
The more I wrote, the more I understood my purpose, which was to speak on behalf of women who were experiencing injustices, women who often felt voiceless and unheard, and this meant I had to tell their stories, even if those stories were uncomfortable to tell.
People are born with far more Aesthetic Intelligence than they realize. The good news is it can be developed. The bad news is it takes time, and it takes work.