Every professional has heard that having a mentor is key to succeeding in business. But seldom do you hear the details of how to get a mentor and what to expect. TNJ.com asked three career experts some of the most common questions about mentors and mentees.
Deborah Riley Draper's "Olympic Pride, American Prejudice” Shines a Light on the Black Olympic Heroes of 1936
The 2016 Olympics will end this Sunday, but the story of 18 Black Olympians who in 1936 competed in the Summer Olympics in Berlin was commemorated in the new documentary, “Olympic Pride, American Prejudice.” Here, TNJ Sr Editor Sergie Willoughby talks to the filmmaker about the legacy of these heroes and what that legacy means for today’s Black athletes.
It’s back to school time again! Parents and guardians are getting their children ready to start the school year off on the right foot. But while we focus on giving our children the tools to succeed in the classroom, we often overlook the need to educate them on dollars and cents.
Chef Kareen Linton has been busy cooking up a successful career. As CEO/founder/executive Chef of The Linton Group LLC, Linton has been garnering major attention and accolades.
For MWBEs, getting certified is no easy task. Vanessa Best, guest writer and business consultant (and TNJ 2010 "25 Influential Black Women in Business" honoree!), breaks down the ins and outs of working with the SBA, getting certified and growing your business.
Kobe Bryant has been no stranger to China, where he spends big to sponsor youth sports and education programs.
There’s no such thing as a bad workday at a museum, because you get to work with art every day. Just ask Dominique Luster.
The largest transfer of wealth in history is underway as those in the baby boomer generation transfer their wealth to their grown-up children.
Your business's value is always changing. You need to recognize the signs and conditions that lead to the highest valuation possible.
If you have the medium to market your business, filling up a YouTube channel with content should be on your to-do list.
Not everything disappears so quickly or completely, but new tech and consumer choices will spell the end for other items as well.