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The Woman Leading Tech Out of Its Cultural Systemic Discrimination

Determined & Destined For Better. After several years of experiencing phenomenal growth from the internet boom, along with steady commercial growth in web, the unexpected happened. From boom to bust, the market crashed.. Today, the significance of the internet crash aka “The Dot Com Fall Out” aka “The Internet Bubble Burst” created a landscape of […]

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LATINA CEO ¡CELEBRA! HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

During National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15, the contributions made and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States celebrate their heritage and culture. Hispanics have had a profound and positive influence on our country nationally, regionally, and locally with their strong commitment to family, faith, hard work, […]

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LATINA CEO Bloggers: Entrepreneurs, Professionals, Mothers y Mas!

Community of Bloggers LATINA CEO bloggers are entrepreneurs, professionals, mothers’ y mas! They write about advice, recipes, news, culture, and provide resources. They  also feature women and lifestyle content. Collectively we aim to educate, encourage, connect, unite and propel women. It’s about boss life, personal / professional development, motherhood, sisterhood, relationships and issues through the lens of self-improvement and creating exceptional opportunities […]

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Successful Business: Ten #StartupSundayTips by LATINA CEO

The startup scene is everywhere. If you notice, it’s happening across the nation with little diversity. Startup funding opportunities for women and minorities, in general, will be even less available, but it doesn’t mean your products and services don’t have a chance. All it means is that you have to be strategic, more resourceful and stay laser focused. The […]

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La Adelita

Women have always played a crucial role in war times but are often ignored or downplayed in history. A great example of this are the Adelitas who joined the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920), who became synonymous with the term Soldadera or Female Soldier, and were a vital force in the revolutionary war efforts against Mexican government […]

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10 Playbook Lessons from LATINA CEO’s Hispanicize Texas ’17

It took me years to understand my strengths and master them. What I learned is that it’s key to grow  from your past experiences and adjust accordingly. The beautiful thing about your journey is that it affords you the opportunity to make changes, whenever necessary. Take the time and do it right. And remember, scale thoughtfully. Here are […]

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3 Steps To Be The Woman You Want

It takes courage to be the woman you want. Whether you’re a mother, a career go-getter, the boss of your company, or a college student, there is a lot of pressure to be perfect to be like Super-Woman, or to never demonstrate weakness. It takes courage to be a woman. People, sometimes inadvertently, want you […]

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Leveraging Your Intuition

Our bodies have five senses: touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing. We use each of our physical senses to help us perceive the world and our surrounding environment. In addition, we also carry five other, unique senses that make up the very fabric of our own souls: intuition, peace, foresight, trust, and empathy. These ‘soul senses’ […]

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The Science Of Flow

Flow is characterized as a state of mind in which a person is fully immersed, evoking keen focus, genuine enjoyment, and complete absorption in the task at hand wishing to be accomplished. In short, flow is when you perform your best. So how can you apply and consistently stay in flow so you too can pursue your work […]

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