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Monica Borbely, a Latina without limits

From moving all by herself to America as a teenager, to working as a maid, and later starting and becoming the President and CEO of a multimillion dollar corporation, Monica is proof that the American dream of success is absolutely possible. 323 more words

The Truth About Creativity- Part 4: It's All in the Doing

“Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.”

– Eleanor Roosevelt

“Creativity takes courage. ”

– Henri Matisse

In my efforts to continue being both a student and teacher about female entrepreneurship in the iEra, where one needs to balance… 970 more words

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The Truth About Creativity- Part 3: The Crossroads of Productivity

“This Kickstarter project is only the beginning of what I intend to create…..It’s time to motivate our girls to help build our future.”

– Debbie Sterling, Creator of… 620 more words

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5 Latina Superpowers: Dr. Zoppi Rodriguez

Last October, I was honored to write an article about the Borinqueneers, a battalion formed by thousands of young Puerto Ricans that served in the US Army during World War I, World War II and the Korean conflict. 604 more words

Looking to the Future: Four Lessons From 9/11

Note: I’ve decided to interrupt the current series here on WordPress to bring you a special tribute to those who lived through, helped, and lost people on September 11, 2001. 976 more words

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Success for 21st Century women entrepreneurs

By Gina Linn Espinoza

We all have a shared history among us and we should all learn to walk our own talk.  We need to practice every day and be committed to helping others achieve their dreams as well.  1,088 more words

The Truth About Creativity- Part 2: The Case for Curiosity

“Inspiration does not come like a bolt, nor is it kinetic, energetic striving. It comes into us slowly and quietly and all the time, though we must regularly and every day give it a little chance to start flowing, prime it with a little solitude, a little idleness.” 845 more words

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