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Aired 3 months ago 20:33
Interview with Folasade Ayegbusi - Don't Give Up!
Folasade Ayegbusi is an Enrolled Agent, Accountant, Speaker, and Small Business Growth Strategist. She has helped entrepreneurs and small business owners save over $25 million in lost revenue, tax assessments, penalties, and interest. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration in Accounting from the University of District of Columbia and a Master of Science degree in Accounting and Finance Management from the University of Maryland. Folasade has a powerful financial technique that helps grow businesses and increase their profitability. As a child growing up in an impoverished area of Washington, D.C., Folasade knew there was a way to be more financially stable and there was a better way to live life. With a laser-like focus on creating awareness for financial freedom and more diverse methods for entrepreneurial success, she strives to ensure that generational wealth is created. Today, she owns and operates Suncrest Financials. She is equipping businesses with the expertise they need to save money and expand guaranteed. Listen in to this episode as Folasade narrates how she was able to scale up her business single-handedly to what it is now. Snippets of her life story and the challenges she went through are also factors to what she has achieved today. Join her as she dishes countless wisdom in pursuing entrepreneurship. What you will discover in this episode: - How she got started in her career, how young she was and the many challenges she had to put up with to thrive in it - The biggest challenge she's had to face - Making her life's mission manifested in her chosen career - The idea of getting mentors to keep you relevant - What it's like to be a CEO and Sales Manager at the same time - Sharing nuggets of wisdom from her mentors and her advice to would-be entrepreneurs: persevere, keep going, but also take account of everything that you're doing. Key Takeaways â€œAnd I'm like these people aren't working. They're making money. Thereâ€™s no businesses in the community. The only thing that they want to do just go file the taxes so they can get a refund. I know it's something else that we're missing. So from that point on, I set it to be my mission to basically inform African Americans or not just African American women or men, but any underserved community about their finances. So my goal is, and what keeps me going is knowing that I'm making change in underserved communities about their finances.â€ - Fosalade Ayegbusi â€œOne advice that I would actually give them is to say, just don't give up. There's no security in the job at all. And the only security that you have is what you are actually committed to do. So many newbie entrepreneurs when they come in, they get shook up so fast or things didn't work out or project fell through. Don't give up because the same way that that project fell through, you go back to that job, you can do that job quickly.â€ - Fosalade Ayegbusi Connect With Folasade Ayegbusi Accounting With Folasade LinkedIn- Facebook Connect With Elena Maurel Elenamaurel.com Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram
Aired 8 months ago 10:08
People Thrive, Companies Thrive Podcast: Low unemployment and what that means for hiring
With the current low unemployment rate, do you hire at a 70% fit versus a preferred 90% fit? Listen to todayâ€™s episode to find out how the answer to this question can affect short-term solutions vs. long-term problems.
Aired 7 months ago 42:24
Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers: Discusses Her New Book "They Were Her Property..."
Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers discusses her new book "They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South," a book that dispels a common myth about the role of white women within the institution of slavery, as being one of reluctance and passivity. Previous scholarship has often depicted them as bystanders or even as allies to enslaved people; but in her new book, Jones-Rogers uncovers how white women in the antebellum south were actually adept slave owners and willing participants, reaping both economic and political gain from their involvement. FOLLOW SUMMER BRENNANPURCHASE "They Were Her Property..." bookWANT MORE ELECTORETTE? Follow the Electorette on social media:Electorette FacebookElectorette InstagramElectorette TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices