Breaking the Myth of Sacrificing Everything for Success

By Carlene Cai Randolph As black female entrepreneurs, we often feel pressure to sacrifice our personal lives and well-being for the sake of our businesses. We may feel like we have to work around the clock to prove ourselves and be productive at all times. But according to Thema Bryant, president of the American Psychological…

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The Struggle is Real: Balancing Responsibilities with the Need for Rest and Self-Care for Black Women

By Carlene Cai Randolph As black women, we are all too familiar with the daily struggle of trying to balance our various responsibilities and commitments with our own needs for rest and self-care. It can often feel like we are constantly being pulled in different directions, with work, family, and community demands all competing for…

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The Power of Speaking Up: Why Black Women Must Advocate for Themselves in Love Relationships

By Carlene Cai Randolph As a society, we often see women of color being portrayed as overly emotional, angry, and aggressive. This stereotype has led to a general perception that black women are not capable of speaking up in love relationships and expressing their thoughts and feelings effectively. However, this couldn’t be further from the…

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Facing our struggles to find deeper meaning: A reflection on love and relationships

My faith has been tested at times, but I never lost sight of the Father’s boundless love. Sometimes, facing our struggles and examining our beliefs can be difficult, but ultimately it is worth the effort. For example, if you regret letting go of a relationship and vow to avoid future connections, you may find yourself…

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Breaking the Cycle of Stress: How to Identify the Root Cause and Take Control of Your Mental Wellness in a Diverse Workplace

By Carlene “Cai” Randolph Stress is a common issue that affects people of all ages, races, and socioeconomic backgrounds. It can come from various sources, whether work-related, personal, or a combination of both. Identifying the root cause of your stress is the first step in managing it. One way to identify where your stress is…

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Breaking the Silence: Black Women and the Struggle for Leadership Equality

By Carlene Cai Randolph Black women have long been “quietly overlooked” for promotions and leadership roles in the workplace. Despite their qualifications and hard work, they often face discrimination and bias that prevent them from advancing in their careers. Research has shown that black women are underrepresented in leadership positions across industries. A 2020 study…

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Unlock Your Pathway to Your Dream Job

What’s your dream job? By Carlene Cai Randolph Are you tired of feeling unfulfilled in your current job? Are you ready to take the steps necessary to land your dream job? Look no further. In this blog post, we will go over the steps you can take to unlock your pathway to your dream job.…

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Breaking Barriers: Black Women Leaders Transforming the Tech Space

The tech industry is one of the fastest-growing and most innovative sectors in the world, but it’s also one of the most challenging for black women who want to become leaders and entrepreneurs. Black women are breaking barriers and making their mark in tech despite the obstacles. They are changing the face of the industry…

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“Myomectomy: When a Uterine Fibroid Diagnosis Takes Over Your Life – How to Juggle Work, Home, and Surgery Like a Boss!”

By Carlene Cai Randolph So, you’ve been told by your doctor that you need a myomectomy, and your first thought was “What about my responsibilities at home, work, and life?!”. Don’t worry, you’re not alone! It’s normal to feel overwhelmed and uncertain about what’s ahead. But, as the saying goes, “When life gives you lemons,…

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Finding Your Honest Voice: How Former Life Obstacles Can Help Black Women Grow into More Successful Business Owners

By Carlene Cai Randolph As a society, we often see obstacles and challenges as negative things that hold us back. However, these obstacles can also be opportunities for growth and development. This is particularly true for black women, who often face unique challenges in their personal and professional lives. But through these challenges, black women…

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