You’re Still Alive: 3 Lessons I Learned On The Anniversary of My Brother’s Death

In less than an hour, I will close the chapter on another day. Soon it will be Monday. Like many entrepreneurs and creatives, I will start another week of trying to share my perspective, one word and/or user interaction at a time. But before the day is over, I want to celebrate my brother. Today […]

3 Things I Do To Work Through Self-Doubt

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    I recently participated in a twitter chat for young women and girls. Within a few minutes of jumping in, I got this question: What do you think is the  biggest challenge facing young women today? I immediately responded with this: Self-doubt. As an entrepreneur, I’ve had my share of self-doubt.  As a woman […]

An Immigrant Perspective On Entrepreneurship & Tech Disruption

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Photo by Akhil Chandran on Unsplash It’s National Immigrant Day, and I can’t help but be proud to be a first generation American. I’m an immigrant, and so are my parents. This holiday got me thinking about the opportunities first generation entrepreneurs have that our parents didn’t have. It also got me thinking about powerful […]

7 Entrepreneur Lessons I Learned From Writing A Poem A Day

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In April, I celebrated National Poetry Month by participating in the #NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Month) challenge. While you may know me as a tech entrepreneur, my professional journey started as a poet, performer and educator. The goal is to write a poem a day and share it. I chose to share my poems on Instagram […]