The “S” Experience by my definition is the way in which family and friends treat and perceive you on your journey to success. Yesterday, I shared with you my experiences and hoped many of you can relate or learn from it. Check out some helpful hints on coping !
I have only walked this earth for 25 years but I have learned a lot from my experiences as well as those around me. With that I’ve decided to chronicle this journey and call it The “S” Experience. The “S” Experience by my definition is the way in which family and friends treat and perceive
I just had a great conversation with Ms. Ajarah Bomah of Rhoyalty Concepts about the importance and meaning of “Women Mean Business,” and I had to share what we discussed with my fellow business women and social entrepreneurs!
“I must have been around ten years old when I saw Roots for the first time, but the effect on me… Kunta left me defenseless against anything that Africa was selling. In him I saw a warrior, a King. And when he held his newborn daughter Kizzy up to the sky and said, “Behold the only thing greater than yourself,” I saw a father figure that I never had” – Erickka
Having moved from Ethiopia to the US, Mayron Yohannes yearns to move back. Mayron expresses, “I am the product of an African education, culture, and household. I want to take my skills and expertise back to Africa to better the lives of many people.”