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Stanford University’s National Overview of Hispanic Entrepreneurship©

By : Baltazar Acevedo y Arispe, Jr., Ph.D. The Borderlands Group, Waco, TX This brief narrative will provide an overview of the status of Hispanics as entrepreneurs on a national scale. The major source is from a national research survey that was conducted at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California in 2017.  In future narratives,…

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The Art of Leadership from a Military Perspective

By: Jose L. Soto The science and the art of leadership are fundamental to the military. The military systematically develops both enlisted soldiers and officers to lead in progressively more responsible positions.  Senior echelon leaders are in charge of thousands of soldiers, manage large budgets, and make decisions that in times of war have a…

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Mental Wellness & that #EntrepreneurLife Part 3

By: Jaja Chen , LCSW, CDWF In Part 1 and Part 2 of our mental wellness series, we have been talking about burnout and how it can impact entrepreneurs. This week, we will explore the practical of what to do to prevent and address burnout. 5 tips include: 1.) Prioritizing Self-Care The Self-Care Wheel (http://www.olgaphoenix.com/key-offerings/self-care-wheel/)…

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Mental Wellness & that #EntrepreneurLife Part 1

By: Jaja Chen , LCSW, CDWF My passion for self-care and burnout prevention began during my Master of Social Work (MSW) research project. For my project, I researched how self-care impacted counselor secondary trauma and burnout (compassion fatigue) levels. Much of the research on burnout comes from the fields of social work and medicine. However,…

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Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to Launch Series of Events for Community Enhancement

Fresh into the new year, the Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (CTHCC) ventured on a strategic planning session to discuss new objectives for the organization. New President and CEO of the CTHCC, Alfred Solano, established a point of redirection for the Board of Directors and staff on the weekend of Jan. 25. As the Texas…

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Mental Wellness & that #EntrepreneurLife Part 2

By: Jaja Chen , LCSW, CDWF In Part 1 of our Mental Wellness series, we talked about what burnout is and why mental wellness matters to individuals, communities, and businesses. This week, our focus is on why burnout risks can heighten amongst entrepreneurs. Historically, burnout research has been focused on helping professionals. Helping professionals include…

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