A couple of weeks ago, I took a course about being a 8-figure entrepreneur. (Yes, really. 8 figures…… $10 million and beyond). When I first received the email about signing up and a friend and coach of mine suggested I take it, I was like, “Really? That’s not for me, I haven’t even generated $1 million in my business…Read More
It has been 4 months since things started shutting down due to the Coronavirus pandemic but it kind of feels like years. Could you imagine being in quarantine for years? Well although it is not ideal, it is necessary to keep socially distancing to slow the spread, so I am staying in quarantine as long…Read More
Last week, it was widely reported that some supporters of the Biden Presidential campaign complained to his V.P. search committee that Senator Kamala Harris should not be chosen as his VP pick because she’s “too ambitious’. WTW??? What ‘s wrong with that.???? Ambition used when describing a man is an attribute but far too often used…Read More
Children are like a sponge. They learn more from what they see you do than what you tell them. That is why I often say when I am training or speaking that it is so important that we follow our dreams because although we tell our kids they can be anything they want to be,…Read More
Being an entrepreneur is in my blood. Growing up my Daddy always worked for himself. Although he had an office outside of the home where he met with clients, he also had a home office that he did most of his work from. So as a little girl, when I got home from school my…Read More
I am not a big sports fan, but growing up in the 90’s, I of course loves Michael Jordan. I did not watch a lot of basketball but learned enough so that I could be in a conversation with a cute guy and act like I knew what I was talking about. I don’t watch…Read More
It’s Teacher Appreciation week. But this year, it is different than any other year. Schools are closed, some people are still under stay at home orders and learning is happening virtually. During the Covid-19 pandemic, parents are learning how challenging it can be to be a teacher. I think we all appreciate teachers, but having…Read More
Tips for Creating the Perfect Home Office Space I have always had a place to work from in my home, but until the stay at home orders started being implemented thus requiring me to be home and be productive, I did not have a great home office. Having the right home office space is essential…Read More
If you would have told me 2 months ago that we would be in the middle of a global pandemic and that schools, businesses and even houses of worship would be closed, I would have thought you were over exaggerating. This is surreal. At the beginning of March, I was boarding a plane to attend…Read More
As our world continues to deal with the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, working remotely has become a necessity for most of us. Just last week, the Governor of South Carolina announced that schools will be closed through April 30. Other states have already announced that schools are closed for the rest of the year and several states have “stay at home” orders.
At first, making the switch to working from home – and learning how to manage remote workers as a supervisor – can be a bit overwhelming, especially when you add to the mix kids being home.
Tameika will share a few tips to help make the transition to working from home more productiveRead More