Monthly Archives: March 2011

Please weigh in on my book distribution quandary

I had quite the education last week about processes and realities I didn’t want to know much about. It revealed to me, at a very personal, soul-searching level, just how difficult it is to break from the status quo while … Continue reading

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Blogging in Spanish for the Natural Resources Defense Council

In December I had a meeting at NRDC’s San Francisco headquarters with Adrianna Quintero, Director of Latino Outreach. I shared some of the stories about the environmental entrepreneurs from Latinnovating; she immediately recognized their uniqueness and potential impact. She graciously … Continue reading

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Grateful for friends with Radio Shows

I was recently privileged to be invited on two radio shows to discuss my entrepreneurial mindset and the creation of Latinnovating. Dr. Arlene Barro and Daniel Gutierrez (a.k.a. Motivator Dan), both published authors and entrepreneurs themselves, were kind enough to … Continue reading

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Networking at a science competition with a 6 year-old business partner

I was invited to attend San Jose State University’s Math, Engineering, Science Achievement Day last Saturday. With my six year-old daughter Kotomi at my side, we set out to spend a special “Mama and Kotomi day” enjoying the work of … Continue reading

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