“If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring in a folding chair.”
Black people (some of us, at least) need to stop thinking that people’s works outweigh their transgressions, especially when those transgressions have ruined other people’s lives in the process.
In the words of Sister Solange, I got a lot to be mad about.
I think a lot of single women want to rush to get married because they believe too many things they see on social media. They watch too many romantic comedies, post too many #relationshipgoals memes and listen to too much R&B. I know this because I see ya’lls statuses, I hear ya’lls conversations. (I’m generalizing here, and I’m also a cynic, so…)
That being said, let me warn ya’ll single ladies: STOP.
Because everybody has a story to share.
I was under the assumption that by 30, I was going to have my life together. But, nah.
As the cliché goes, you live and you learn — and, sometimes, the best way to learn is through other people’s experiences. So, if you’re a small business owner or entrepreneur in training, keep in mind these insights I’ve gleaned after working through the first try as a real entrepreneur.