Entrepreneurship

Book Review: Leapfrog by Nathalie Molina Niño

Book Review: Leapfrog by Nathalie Molina Niño

The point of Leapfrog isn’t to identify how tough it is to “break the glass ceiling” as a POC, or lament on how difficult is it to prove your merit as a minority - no, this book is all about leapfrogging all of those setbacks and pushing them far behind you on your march to the top. 

Niño offers 5 sections of leapfrog hacks that deliver a total of 50 different hacks, and each is accompanied by a unique story of business success that was achieved by minorities, nearly all of them female.

Founders Need to Ask for Help - Even Though It's Terrifying

Founders Need to Ask for Help - Even Though It's Terrifying

As an entrepreneur, asking for help is hard. It’s also scary.

We live in an age where we are bombarded by the highlight reels of others - our peers, our role models, our perceived rivals. In many ways, social media simply represents platforms that enable mass manipulation, the chance to weave a narrative that is surely partially true, but rarely, if ever, tells the whole story.