JULY 2020
Curated Content for Founders, those with the Audacity to control their own Legacy.
FOUNDER FRIDAYS is a weekly highlight of the powerful men + women who build their own companies and organizations. We hope that these short pieces will provide awareness, inspiration and motivation. Contact us to be featured: https://www.hubriswealth.us/contact-us

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Founder Friday-Scott Steward

What can we say to do this Gentlemen Gen X'er some Justice? Well ... first and foremost Mr. Scott Steward wears many hats and flaunts several alter egos. This is part of what makes him one of the more interesting entrepreneurs you will ever meet.

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Women of color are starting new businesses faster than...

Consider this stat: Over the past year, women started an average of 1,817 new businesses per day in the U.S. That now represents 42% of nearly 13 million businesses overall, which employ 9.4 million workers and generate revenue of $1.9 trillion.

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This underfunded female demographic is launching the...

Gail Warrior, who created one of the largest woman- and minority-owned construction companies in the U.S., remembers her first experience applying for a business loan back in 2000. She was chief executive of Dallas-based Warrior Group, a modular...

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3 Ways You Can Access Capital for Startups - Black...

Small business owners face a number of challenges when it comes to accessing capital. Whether it's debt or equity, many lenders and investors just don't provide capital to startups. According to Small Business Trends , only 56% of businesses...

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Disaster assistance

The SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters.

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How These Entrepreneurs Have Mastered The Art Of Delegation

Starting a business requires the founder to do most of the work. They are often reluctant to delegate tasks, believing that if they don't do it themselves it won't be done properly. But unless they learn to delegate they put any growth potential, ...

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To Be a Great Leader, You Have to Learn How to Delegate Well

One of the most difficult transitions for leaders to make is the shift from doing to leading. As a new manager you can get away with holding on to work. Peers and bosses may even admire your willingness to keep "rolling up your sleeves" to...

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Every Founder Struggles to Delegate. Here Are 3 Things...

Lead By Bill Green, Author and CEO, LendingOne @allinbillgreen My first experience delegating my responsibilities in business was life changing. The year was 1987, and my first company, Wilmar, was 10 years old. But despite having reached that...

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Which Small Business Retirement Plan Is Best?

Want to know how to choose the best retirement account for your small business? Curious how to pay less taxes on your self employment income? Which retirement account is best for your business? We cover your retirement plan options and how to...

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Personal CFOs can make life easier for busy...

One of the newest financial services buzz words is "personal CFO." What exactly is a personal chief financial officer and why do you need one? As client's lives continue to evolve, get more complex, and grow increasingly time compressed, the...

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The SWOT Analysis is a framework used to evaluate a company's competitive position and develop strategic planning.The SWOT is a framework used to evaluate a company's competitive position and develop strategic planning.The SWOT Analysis is a...

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The Art of Leverage

As you know, Leverage is the ability to control much with just a little. Leverage equals speed or velocity and it is a critical part of the wealth equation. More to the point, the more leverage you have the wealthier you will become.

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Black Women in Nonprofits Matter - Non Profit News |...

We don't need more statistics, research, or testimonials on the sector's failure to uplift Black women in executive leadership roles; we need demonstrable, decisive action.

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This past Father's Day Our Founder, Eric McLoyd, shared his thoughts on Fatherhood.
Father's Day Duality

Fatherhood. When asked to put some thoughts together about being a father, my first thought was Black fatherhood. I then asked myself if there was a difference between being a black father and just being a father-of course, there is.

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