Serial, social entrepreneur no longer believes that doing the right thing and making the right decisions in her ventures means she will be poor and struggling. Watch as this social change agent share’s her entrepreneurial journey, the lessons she’s learned and her mission to eradicate racial inequality.

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"Need more focus? Want to figure out how to make more money in your business or social venture? So did this week’s entrepreneur Jenniel Jacobs, founder of DaJen Eats a vegan creamery and restaurant. "

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Jordan Stroman is the embodiment of hope and encouragement, a true reflection of the non-profit, Live Alive, she co-founded. The inspiring 26 year old who encourage others to not give up, to keep pushing forward even when things are difficult despite living with a progressive dis-ease, much like muscular dystrophy that has left her wheel chair and breathing apparatus dependent.

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"I’m a creator, I have ideas… then I try to find the best medium to present them. Once I figured out who I was and what I wanted to do…that has been the only thing in my whole life that I was really good at. There is no back up plan for me… "

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Lindsay Brim knows why she’s here and what she’s meant to do…Following her heart led her to co-found Crossroads Corral, an equine therapy, non-profit which horse centered mental health counseling and therapy.

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Jonathan Wachob and Brandon Carpenter agree, “entrepreneurship is like getting punched in the face and yelled at everyday… getting back up the next day to do it again.

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Kristen Wiley, bootstrapped her business, Statusphere, an online platform to connect micro-influencers to brands for $2K. And that was after she built a blog with monthly views of 30K, created an influencer post that recorded 80,000 repins on Pinterest and worked on other people’s brands at a social media agency all within a couple years of graduating from college.

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Chandra Arthur, a black business women in tech started Friendish, an app to help you find like minded friends after feeling very alone after returning to her hometown, Daytona Florida after living abroad in Berlin Germany for four years.

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Watch as Andres Aranguibel the 20-something, tech co-founder of Hotswitch rolls back the covers and shares his roller coaster tech startup journey. Along the way he shares the epiphanies which led his team to raise $300K in a year to fund their app.

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Teska Dillard and Vernice Atkins Bradley are co-founders in Votum Construction LLC. In this excerpt of their Dear Rockstar conversation they crack us up. Yep, this is real talk about life as business partners. Inspiration for co-founders and startups everywhere.

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