It’s important to keep in mind that so many people only post their perfect moments on social media, creating an illusion that they have a perfect life both professionally and personally. They airbrush their lives just like they airbrush their photos, taking away any imperfections and creating a fantasy that often makes others feel inferior.

Although it’s been a difficult year for many of us with the pandemic affecting us in many ways both personally and professionally, you don’t have to feel stuck. Use this time productively to set plans into motion for the future and building the life that you want for yourself. 

To help you do that, I

Being an entrepreneur is a great way to make your mark, pave your own path while being your own boss. Especially if you can identify a need in the market for goods or a service that you can provide that others are not providing in the same way or not providing at all.

That being

Sometimes social media really works wonders in bringing people together who you wouldn’t have had the opportunity to meet otherwise. One such person who LinkedIn brought into my life is Olivia Kiratu. Despite living on opposite sides of the world (she lives in Kenya and I live in New York City), we have developed