You cannot define or determine the nature of a person based on where he or she comes from. Throughout my new book, HOLA, we share that people, for better or worse, are just people. Here's a bonus story
It’s National Small Business Week in the United States and a perfect time to offer some tidbits about how and why small businesses are the backbone of the American economy. However, I’m guessing there are some things you don’t know about small businesses that you should know, things that’ll even make your day or, perhaps, year.
We are about to enter a nasty campaign for the White House. There will be mudslinging left and right. Columnist V. Knowles shares how anything, even the legacy of something like the Anglican church, can have corrupt roots.
As the debate rages about immigration, I have discovered that human beings have short memories. In an effort to awaken us all, my daughter and I decided to write a book compiling 10 stories of immigrants who demonstrate the kindness, the courage and the moxie upon which this country was founded.
In light of this year’s election in the United States and the brouhaha surrounding immigration, there couldn't be a better time to publish the book we’ve been working on for about a year: ¡HOLA AMERICA!: Guts, Grit, Grind and Further Traits in the Successful American Immigrant.
Four former contestants on NBC’s reality show “The Apprentice” have joined forces to denounce their former mentor Donald Trump and his bid for Republican presidential nomination.
Sometimes familiarity with a person, place or thing breeds contempt. Because of proximity and availability of something or someone, we forget or neglect to appreciate their value or worth. Columnist V. Knowles believes we have become too careless with God and doing good.
NLP Practitioner Tobi Atte knows that women think they are better at dating than men. But, here's Part 2 to his series on all the ways men MIGHT be more prepared (at the start) for healthier relationships than women.
After having examined the fraudulent, semi-deceiving, hypocritical culture of Christian men looking for mates, managing editor Tiffani Knowles has penned a column about being man enough to know self and not just God.
Years of working with the homeless and incarcerated have bought this notion sharply into focus, and afforded me a deeper insight into the workings and fallout of wrong thinking and wrong doing.