When the Entrepreneurial Mom is also a Caregiver

Follow By Ola Jackson What’s a busy mom to do when she has to run her business, run her kids to the soccer game and run mom to the doctor’s office?  It can be a balancing act that can make a mom feel defeated. Mom has got to prioritize. Yes, ya gotta let even your […]

Go Get That Job, Girl!

Follow Are you going through a career block and not sure of exactly what you “Really” want to do with your life? Have you tried, “Job Shadowing?” Before you make the leap into unfamiliar territory, do your homework. Is there a person that you have your eye on; someone that you admire…that someone who sparks your […]

Brenda Tate: A Woman Living Her Purpose

Follow Brenda Tate Retired PPD Detective PA State Democratic Committee 40 Years in Law Enforcement OW: What has been your greatest inspiration? BT: Witnessing an African American family ascend to the highest o ce in the Free World. OW: When did you first become aware of your purpose? BT: Thirty years ago when I overcame […]

Multi- tasking: Wrap it Up!

Follow Use the first week of the month to wrap up loose ends. Finish all tasks that you put off last month. The end of the year will be here before you know it and you don’t want to have unfinished business impacting your bottom line. If you don’t use a to-do list, start one. […]

What Would You Do if Something Wasn’t Holding You Back?

Follow   Excuses… excuses, they come in handy. Excuses are a safeguard to protect us from the truth about why we are not doing what we want to do, or what we need to do. Let’s say no barriers are blocking you from accomplishing your dreams and living life to the fullest. Now, how does your […]

Covelli Enterprises Recognizes and Awards Partners

Follow Covelli Enterprises recognized four Pittsburgh organizations for their important community work at the third annual Partners’ Recognition Luncheon March 12 at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Shadyside. The Pittsburgh NAACP, the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, Onyx Women Media and the Wilkinsburg Employment Assistance Program were saluted for their collaborative efforts in the community […]

Erroline Williams: Talks Diversity in Academia

Follow Erroline Williams Director, Professional Development and Corporate Outreach Duquesne University School of Leadership and Professional Advancement By Tene’ Croom   Diversity in academia has been a hot button topic for decades. While some have rallied against it, hurling accusations of “un- fair treatment” or “reverse racism,” many organizations have embraced it, establishing departments and […]

Should Women Lean-In or Step-back?

Follow Online Lifestyle Radio at Blog Talk Radio with Onyx Woman Magazine on BlogTalkRadio     We all have heard the buzz – Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and author of Lean In:  Women, Work and the Will to Lead, admonishes women to believe in yourself, give it your all, “lean in” and “don’t leave before you leave” […]

Bounce Back from Failure

Follow Plan Now to Bounce Back from Failure By Contributor, Tamar Cerafici, Esq. Consultant and Lawyer   The very nature of running your own business requires you to fail. Why? Because you have to run risks. When you risk you have a 50/50 chance of failing. Actually, when you run your own business you can […]