Guests For The Holidays? Simple Recipes Could Elevate Your Hosting Cred

braised-short-ribs The holiday season has arrived, which means it’s that time of year when guests expect you to bring them some figgy pudding – or any type of pudding for that matter. Continue Reading →

How To Watch The Market In Uncertain Election Times

donald-hillaryWith the presidential election dominating the news cycles, many investors may be keeping an eye on the stock market as well as the voting booth as they wonder what impact the election of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump could have on their portfolios. Continue Reading →

9 Rules Of Brain Healthy Eating From Harlem To Harare

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By Dr. Daniel Amen

Harlem is one of the food capital’s in the United States, “If you are going to eat right to think right, it is critical to make sure your food is loaded with proper nutrients that your body is able to properly digest.”  Continue Reading →

Want to Build Long Lasting Relationships? Start Doing This One Thing Every Day

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By Matt Stewart

Some argue that entrepreneurs suck at relationships. On the contrary, I think most of us are pretty good at them. Continue Reading →

Essential Oils For Your Harlem Hair

hairfinity before and after in harlemWith summer underway, it’s important that we give our hair the nutrients and minerals that will protect it from the heat, sun and chlorine damage. Continue Reading →

Tolerance vs Acceptance From Harlem To Harare

tolerance-vs-acceptance in harlem1By Mac Bogert

I was working with a leadership development group on the topic of conflict (one of my favorites, since I grew up in a family that didn’t have conflict HAHAHA). Rarely do I use another person’s slides, but that’s how this one worked out. Continue Reading →

3 Reasons To Cultivate A Personal Brand

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Starbucks understands the importance of promoting its brand. So do Whole Foods, Disney and McDonald’s, just to name a few. Continue Reading →

Advice From Extraordinary Minds For Your Harlem Kids

LCKids at lincon center in harlemMoms and dads determined to raise children who love to learn and who respect others might do well to skip the latest parenting guides and turn instead to Socrates and Confucius. Continue Reading →

4 Career Pitfalls To Avoid From Harlem To Harare

east-harlem-blurrCareer stability isn’t what it once was.

That’s why many workers frustrated with today’s corporate climate are venturing out on their own, offering their skills and experience to those very same corporations, but on a consulting rather than fulltime basis. Continue Reading →

Harlem Eat Up Participants In Front Of The Apollo

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A note from Harlem.

Harlem EatUp is happening NOW – with fine dining collaborations taking place at your favorite Harlem restaurants as we speak! Continue Reading →

New York Is The 5th Most Financially Savvy State

east-harlem sliderWith April being Financial Literacy Month and more than 40 percent of U.S. adults rating their knowledge of personal finance a “C” or lower, the personal finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016’s Most & Least Financially Savvy States.   Continue Reading →

Creating A Mindset Defined By Your Values From Harlem To Harare

keen on growingYou say you want to spend more time with your family, but instead stay late at the office to get ahead in your career. You vow to give back to your community by volunteering, but can’t work it into your schedule. Continue Reading →

Don’t Follow The Crowd, Children’s Book Encourages Just Be You

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By William Campbell

One of life’s biggest lessons is allowing yourself to follow your own path and to recognize what makes you special. The lucky few recognize this as children, but many of us are adults before we realize we don’t have to do what everyone else is doing! Continue Reading →

Making Your Passion Your Profession From Harlem To Harare

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By Marsha Friedman

Recently, I was chatting with a new public relations client, and hearing his remarkable story reminded me of how we often separate our professional branding efforts from our true passions. Continue Reading →

When Women Lead, Companies Often Prosper

women4By Nicole McMackin

Often I am interviewed and asked about successful women in the workplace and my views on being one of the few to break the glass ceiling in the technology sector.  Continue Reading →