Entrepreneurship: It Ain’t Easy But It’s Worth It

This weekend I posted a rant on my Facebook page about how F%&*# up it is that a blockchain company, that is still in idea stage, raised $12.5 million in 12 minutes resulting in a market cap of almost $300 million. By the way, it has generated no revenue and most people have no idea […]

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Everything I Know About Entrepreneurship I Learned from My Mom

Throughout my life, I have always been interested in business. As a kindergartener, I had big dreams of starting a company. To this day, mami loves talking about my first venture, IDC, Inc.— Important Documents Corporation. She has worked in banking my whole life and never missed a chance to share her world with me. On sick days she […]

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Leaning In: A Latina’s Journey to Negotiating a Higher Salary

First generation college graduate, first generation to have a career not just a job, first generation to become independent before marriage? Sound familiar? Raise your hand if this describes you.   Often, there is a lot of pressure for us young Latinas to pave the way, to be role models. Naturally,we respect the sacrifices made […]

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Super Mamá: Balancing School & Family

Everyone needs a strategy for becoming academically successful, especially working mamás!  First, congrats if you have decided that you want it all and are willing to sacrifice a little for the grand prize. Go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back, you deserve it!       As a mother who went to […]

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5 Interesting Careers for Business Majors

  Pursuing a business degree and trying to decide what to do with it? The good news is that a business degree is one of the few degrees that offer a wide range of career opportunities. Too often, students are convinced they must work for a bank or financial institution and don’t realize there are […]

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Maximizing Your Bicultural Skills

In case you haven’t heard chica, Latinos are the new hot market! According to the leading consumer research group Nielsen, “Hispanic women are a key growth engine of the U.S. female population and are expected to become 30 percent of the total female population by 2060.” Nielsen is appropriately calling this demographic change the “Latina […]

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