It's hard to believe we're in the final stretch of 2021. We made it through 2020 with great expectations for 2021. At minimum, I thought we would have the Pandemic behind us, but instead it's becoming our new normal.
All we do is WIN is an affirmation and our theme for this quarter’s Be Well Magazine issue. Wendy Campbell, was selected as our cover contributor for several reasons.
By Carmen Ray
Hello Be Well for Women Readers,
It’s here!! Our highly anticipated issue with the theme that is so near and dear to me as an entrepreneur for over 30 years is here—as a living, breathing testimony! I have learned so much and weathered many storms, but through it all I have landed firmly on my perspective on collaboration.
By Shehara L. Wooten
Over the years, I've heard this saying and I believe it to be true. As a financial planner, I believe it is imperative to track and be fully aware of your net worth aka “wealth”, which is your assets minus your liabilities. However, numbers tell a story. If you speak with anyone about their net worth they will tell you what was involved in arriving at their own net worth whether it was an investment, an inheritance, a bankruptcy, or a large loan.
By Dr. Brenetia Adams-Robinson
In our post-pandemic world, we are hearing a lot as it relates to collaborating in order to make success happen. From corporate entities bringing resources together for community problem solving, to team members collaborating to enhance special project outcomes, to individuals bringing resources together to ensure success for the collective whole; collaboration has proven to lead to stronger, more productive outcomes for all.
By Crystal Thompson
Entrepreneurship is often a lonely road to travel. Be Well Magazine maintains a duty and commitment to provide an impressive cache of networking opportunities and business connections to make that road less daunting. In this issue, I am personally psyched and excited to report that success is not reserved only for the solo artist.
By Cyrena Martin
You never make that initial contact or introduce yourself. Why is there such hesitation to jump at the opportunity to congratulate our sisters for their style, charisma, and accomplishments? And even more importantly, why don’t successful, powerful women in leadership take the time to coach, mentor and uplift those who are struggling to start a business, get promoted, or secure a seat in the executive board room?
By Jojopahmaria Nsoroma
Although I have always believed that two or more brains are better than one when taking the necessary risks to achieve your dreams, it has taken me about 40 years to attract and work with colleagues who are not only talented but healthy, functional, and fun.
By Tamara Washington
Great, fantastic and AMAZING day, world!! I am more than excited to take my place on this platform and excel on the Be Well Network. Even more than that, I am elated to provide insight on the topic of Collaborative Economics being TODAY’s new currency!!
By Dr. Keisha Tate
Hey You, Black Woman!
Recently, I along with six other black female doctors wrote a book titled, The Black Woman’s Health O Pedia. We could no longer sit on the sidelines and watch our sisters succumb to health conditions that could possibly be eradicated with the proper knowledge, resources, and guidance. With alarming statistics like the ones below, it is time we RISE UP and share our knowledge and expertise to help our sisters.
By Yolanda Anderson Wagner
As I began to write this article, I asked myself when and why. When did I decide I want to be an entrepreneur? Why did I want to become an entrepreneur?