Sister’s Alliance Newsletter: 11.13.2020

It’s Friday the 13th! Happy Freaky Friday!

Sister Circle via Zoom

If you weren’t able to attend the first Sister Circle, you definitely will not want to miss this one! We conducted a Mastermind Group where ladies offered a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support to sharpen business and personal skills. We challenged each other to set achievable goals, and more importantly, to accomplish them. Discussions included: time management, goal setting, juggling as a small business owner, setting priorities, virtual assistants, and social media! Mark your calendars now for the next Sister Circle event and RSVP here!

What would you like to see from Sister’s Alliance in 2021?

We would love to gain you ladies feedback to continue producing content and resources valuable to you. Click on this link (now closed) to be directed to our survey where we’ll look to see how we can better serve you!

“Investing: Why More Women Entrepreneurs Should Consider It”

Over the years, women have been making waves in the business world. According to What to Become, women now own four out of 10 businesses in the U.S., and in the last two decades alone, the number of businesses that women own has gone up by 114 percent. That doesn’t show any signs of slowing down soon, with an increasing number of women going to college and becoming the primary breadwinners in their families…Read more

Tamika Catchings, Tea’s Me Cafe Owner
Sister Shoutout: Tamika Catchings

Tea’s Me Cafe is Indianapolis’ premier tea bar and cafe that strives to show customers what the world was like before coffee. They offer the highest quality selection of teas and tisanes from around the world. The founder and owner of the cafe is well-known former WNBA player, Tamika Catchings, who played for the Indiana Fever her entire 15-year career. The cafe is located at 140 E. 22nd Street; check out their website here.

Sitting with Sisters Host, Mariah’s Insight of the Day

Today actually marks my 22nd birthday! Yes, my birthday is in fact Friday the 13th and I happen to have been born Friday the 13th, as well! The biggest business related takeaway I’ve gained from 21 and this crazy year COVID has brought us is “The best time to look for a job is when you have a job.” I recently asked one of my MBA professors when would be the best time to start looking for a full-time job for after my graduation in May of 2021 and that’s what he said. The advice hit me like a ton of bricks, to say the least!

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