Dream Chasing

  • Dream Chasing,  Wealth Building

    Women leaders improve profitability

    As Women’s History Month comes to a close, Nasdaq had women leaders at Monday’s closing bell. With only 10% of Fortune 500 companies led by women, the symbolism of having some of the most innovative women at the intersection of finance, funding, and founding at the ceremony was not lost on attendees. “We all know that VCs are investing only 2% in female founders, and even less than that in women of color,” Shelley Zalis, CEO of the Female Quotient, said in a speech before ringing the closing bell. “But, we also know that women-led startups are outperforming their male counterparts, generating more than 63% more value and twice as much per…

  • Dream Chasing

    Transitions 2020

    In the middle of a pandemic and a civil rights movement (Black Lives Matter), I experienced much pain but also in the midst of the pain, moments of joy. How and why this happens is beyond me. What I have learned is to live in moment – love, laugh, cry, release anger, work on healing yourself from wounds caused by others, and wounds you gave yourself from being your worst critic and not being as kind to yourself. I learned that you can’t pour from an empty cup and there is no shame in saying no when people want your time or resources. Guard your heart. Every now and then…

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    Dream Chasing,  Events,  News-Press

    Dreams Realized

    Hard work, persistence, and patience are the formula for chasing a dream. Received good news last week. I am now part of The Huffington Post blogging family. For more information, click the link below. Beyond the moon happy! http://ronda-isms.com/2014/08/good-news-huffington-post-come/

  • Dream Chasing


    A rolling stone gathers no moss. Born and raised in Chicago, I followed sunshine to Los  Angeles after college. I spent my early 20s in Tinsel Town. Oh the stories! While there, a friend with contacts in the entertainment industry suggested that I start screenwriting. I shrugged her off saying, “I’m here to have fun before law school.” After a few years of fun, I returned to the Midwest for law school. In my spare time, I started writing a journal. However, when it came time to take the bar exam, all frivolous pursuits (i.e. anything not legally related) came to an end. After practicing a few years and experiencing…