OURERRANDS: Who says Personal Assistants are just for the Rich and Famous?

As a personal assistant since the age of 11, Justice Miranda understands the “Jack of all Trades” mentality required to keep her employers happy and empowered to focus on their top priorities. She prides herself in knowing that she was able to alleviate stress and provide freedom and efficiency to her previous employers who consist of small business owners, franchises, and even celebrities.

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Felicia Jackson: How a Mother Leaned into her personal tragedy and created a life saving tool for the masses

After the traumatizing experience of not being mentally prepared to perform CPR on her son, Felicia turned her life’s work of taking care of others into action by creating CPRWrap. This vivacious mother of three has proactively created a solution to address the 350,000 cardiac arrests taking place each year by inventing a revolutionary aid that simplifies CPR down to just four steps and is easy for everyone to use.

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Empowering Women through connection and community: When Toss met EnrichHER

After a midwestern upbringing in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Marissa Swanson packed her bags and moved to Atlanta, GA where she would create her budding entrepreneurial career creating the fashion app Toss. While Toss simplifies the task of “getting ready” for the fashion conscious millennial, the development of Toss has come with it its challenges when identifying capital resources that are in line with a women focused target market. 

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5 Valuable Takeaways From Oprah Winfrey’s Success as an Entrepreneur

Oprah Winfrey has achieved an unprecedented level of success in business. Not only has her work as a media proprietor and talk show host propelled her to a net worth of over $3 billion, but she is currently cited as one of the greatest philanthropists and most influential people in the world. President Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and both Duke and Harvard Universities have awarded her honorary doctoral degrees—a long way away from her impoverished youth in rural Mississippi and inner-city Milwaukee.

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Roshawnna Novellus
Diversity And Inclusion Are Critical To Startup Success

Diversity and inclusion are equally important in the workplace. The words are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same.Diversity means “differences” – religion, race, age, sexual orientation, gender and culture – the things that make us unique. The definition of “inclusion,” on the other hand, is the act of using all of these individual characteristics to create a beneficial and meaningful whole.

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