Speaking of reading….I’m a busy person, and while I love to read books, I don’t always have the time. On a recommendation, I purchased an app called Blinklist, and it’s the best app I’ve stumbled on this year. In a nutshell, Blinklist is CliffsNotes in an app. You can read or listen to a 15-minute abbreviated version of thousands of non-fiction books. For me, the short or “Blinklist” version of most books is all I need, however in some cases if the book is really good, I will purchase the full version. All books are available in print or audio. If you read a lot of non-fiction books, but are short on time like I am, Blinklist is a perfect addition to your app collection.
Almost everyone, including Democrats, were expecting last Tuesday’s midterm election results to heavily favor Republicans. Many predicted a “red wave” where they would pick up 50-60 seats in the House and 3-4 in the Senate. Joe Rogan said the red wave that is coming will be like the elevator doors opening in the horror film The Shining.
It has been long understood that a nation of stakeholders makes for a strong union, and for that reason, closing the minority homeownership gap has been a goal and a topic of discussion for decades.
International business executive Sol Trujillo emphasizes the necessity of “running with” one’s own ideas to Gary Acosta as he recounts his road from just beginning in the telecom industry to co-founding L’ATTITUDE.
Investment banker and venture capitalist Martin Cabrera shares his origin story and talks about how Latinos are breaking into traditionally exclusive wealth building opportunities and changing lives.