Grit and Grind

A weekly Business and Entrepreneur podcast
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We all age. It's a fact of life and unavoidable truth.  What happens when the risk of injury from falls and illness increases when there is no one around in the home.  It's a huge problem as there is a growing number of the aged population that
We've all seen the door camera videos. Someone runs to your front door, grabs your amazon package and then, flees the scene as fast as possible. This is a reality for thousands of people who loose packages every day due to theft. Garbiel identi
Have you ever travelled alone? Millions of people do this every year and discover new places, people and cultural experiences. I've heard that some people find themselves on these solo trips and discover new things about themselves. However, wo
There are millions of entrepreneurs that still manufacture and sell their good in hundreds of thousands of local stores and supermarkets across America. However,  trade has gone global and for these smaller manufacturers, expanding their operat
What does leveling up even look like? For some, it might mean getting a salary raise, a new job, change careers or even start a business. The underlying fuel in all of these potential moves is the knowledge required and the motivation to go
Imagine waking up and all of your income being wiped out by COVID-19. That's what the majority of DJ's are facing today. At the same time, there is also an explosion of DJ's livestreaming on social platforms and entertaining millions of people
In this episode, I had the pleasure of having a sit down with the amazing Carmen Mays.  Carmen is the founder of elevators where she is fostering equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems by developing innovative corporate supply chain strategies. S
If you've ever been to a networking event and found yourself exchanging enough cards to fill your wallet or purse then you understand the struggle. An even bigger problem is getting referrals from people. If you have ever referred someone you m
In this episode, I spoke with Brittani Hunter, the founder of a digital media platform that helps Black entrepreneurs and professionals advance their careers through smart, actionable resources. She is a  culture-driven, media-tech entrepreneu
After 10+ years working in the hospitality industry, Samella had seen her fair share of inefficiencies. One in particular that she couldn't get over was the guest experience. There was a gap between the guest and the host that desperately neede
Kimberly Jolsasun is the founder of the, where she uses technology to help expecting moms raise money to offset the rising cost of raising babies. 
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