Act As If

Watch Nely Galán explain how to “act as if” to succeed in business and in life.
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Money Madrinas: 12 Latinas Who Invest in Other Women

Everyone wants to be a #boss these days, and Latinas are killing the entrepreneur game, starting businesses at six times the rate as non-Latinas. But before you quit your day job, it’s important to know that being a fab founder ain’t for the faint of heart—getting the money to launch and grow your business is both paramount and challenging. In ...
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From Consumer Affairs: How to Get a Business Loan – Where to look and how to prepare to fund your small business

Kate Williams, Ph.D, Consumer Affairs Introduction According to The SBA Loan Book: The Complete Guide to Getting Financial Help Through the Small Business Administration, over 99 percent of all business entities in the US are small businesses. These businesses represent over half of the private workforce and the private-sector output and over 40 percent of all private commercial sales in ...
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From Forbes: From Teen Mom To 3 MIT Degrees: This Latina Shares Her Secrets To Making The Most Of Your Career

Vivian Nunez, Forbes, Nov 17, 2016 Noramay Cadena is a #bosslady in all aspects of her life. As the daughter of immigrants, she understood the intricacies of growing up in a Latino family, the responsibility that it entails and the opportunity that living in the United States affords her. As a teen mom, she understood that the example she set ...
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From The Washington Post: A ‘Silver Lining’ on Election Night – First Latina Elected to U.S. Senate

Samantha Schmidt, The Washington Post, Nov 9, 2016 In the midst of disappointment for some Latinos nationwide on election night, some found a silver lining: For the first time, a Latina was elected to serve in the U.S. Senate. With the backing of outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.), former Nevada attorney general Catherine Cortez Masto won a Senate ...
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From The New Yorker: Ana Navarro’s One-Woman Revolt Against Donald Trump

Photo by Matt Roth Jonathan Blitzer, The New Yorker, Oct 19. 2016 The pundit and Republican strategist Ana Navarro has called Donald Trump a “vile bigot,” “flat-out racist,” “jerk,” “swamp thing,” and “crazy orange man with an unidentifiable furry object on his head ranting into the wind.” She makes her living coining tag lines, but she cemented her reputation by ...
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From The Atlantic: 2016: The Year Latinos Saved America?

James Fallows, The Atlantic – Nov 5, 2016 Two of my long-time, politically well-experienced friends have been in Nevada recently, doing get-out-the-vote work. Independently, each has just sent me a note saying that their experience and observations match what the Jon “the sage of Nevada” Ralston has been reporting: Namely, a huge surge in early voting among ...
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From Fox News Latino: The year of the Latinos: Hispanic Voting Surge Shaking Up Presidential Election

Andrew O’Reilly, Fox News Latino – Nov 7, 2016 It’s one of the questions that has been asked again and again this election year: Will the sleeping giant that is the Latino vote wake up this time and play a crucial role in deciding who the next president of the United States will be? Early voting data from a number ...
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From The Miami Herald: Latina Voices are Reshaping Florida — and the Nation

Suzanna Valdez, The Miami Herald – Nov 2, 2016 The unstoppable growth of the U.S. Hispanic population is well documented. Hispanics are the nation’s largest ethnic group, making up 18 percent of the population. More and more, Hispanics are redefining American culture as we embrace both our Latino and American identities. And our influence on the American mainstream will ...
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White House Initiative on Education Excellence for Hispanics

Post Latina in the U.S. Summit featuring the Adelante Movement’s founder, Nely Galán!
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