Month: January 2012

A micropreneur is an entrepreneur willing to accept the risk of starting and managing the type of business that remains small, lets them do the kind of work they want to do, and offers them a balanced lifestyle. – Or you could substitute this definition with a more urban definition like: A micropreneur is someone […]

So, if it isn’t obvious, I want to clarify that the title of this post is just a catch-title. But I also want to clarify that the organization Black Founders is not just for black people. In fact, the organization is created for all. This statement does not take away from the mission of “increasing […]

A few weeks ago, I stumbled across an article in the Huffington Post, titled “Art Incubators: How Libraries Offer More Than Books.” The article highlights a project called Library as Incubator that focuses on using libraries as a community resource which support and allow collaboration with artists. The Library as Incubator Project appears to be focus on […]

This is my first post of the new year and so many updates. All the ultra cliches about the unexpectancies of life prove true in the later part of 2011 for me. In October 2011, my mother was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer which has spread to both liver and colon. The day after […]