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Her-Story: Jean Williams

This Women’s History Month has been rich with content featuring known and unknown females who have made great contributions to their communities, the United States, and the world. Perhaps my taking notice of this special content is tied to several events that have already occurred this year that include the Women’s March and release of … Continue reading

Crude Oil and Gasoline Prices Perform a Strange Dance for Spring 2017

Spring begins on Monday, March 20, 2017. Expect to be greeted by warmer weather across most of the U.S. Also expect to be greeted by a strange dance between crude oil and gasoline prices, because things are a bit wacky in this commodity market. Today’s average price for regular gasoline across the U.S. is $2.297 … Continue reading

A Question, A Problem, and a Recipe for Pi Day 2017

Pi Day is Tuesday, March 14, 2017 or 03.14.2017. Whether you are a serious math geek, a dabbler in numbers, or just a wanna-be, you’ll love Pi Day. Here in the U.S., we’ve been observing Pi Day for almost 30 years. The first Pi Day event occurred in 1988 and was hosted at the Exploratorium … Continue reading

Unconscious Bias: #NotTheNanny

What does a nanny look like? In the last two days, social media has been buzzing with a video of an interview between Professor Robert Kelly and a reporter from the BBC. It appears that Kelly is Skyping from his home office. He is providing comments on the scandal involving South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye and … Continue reading

The Brawny Man Makes Room For Women: #StrengthHasNoGender

We are starting the second week of Women’s History Month. International Women’s Day (IWD) will be observed around the world on tomorrow,  Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Participation in IWD has been growing annually with thousands of events – global gatherings, conferences, awards, exhibitions, festivals, fun runs, corporate events, concert performances, speaking events, online digital gatherings, … Continue reading

A Message From Small Business Owners: Before You Offer To Help Us, Ask Yourself These Five Questions

A recent post by Ruth Carter of Carter Law Firm, Time is Scarcest Commodity of Entrepreneurship, resonated with me so much that I was compelled to read it again. Here’s the introduction: Being an entrepreneur is one of the most challenging and rewarding things I’ve done in my life. I have almost total autonomy over … Continue reading