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The Arts

“The arts.” Those two words roll off your tongue rather effortlessly and they sound ultra-cool too…the arts! I have a very eccentric friend who has a passion for a multitude of creative entities so when she says “the arts” she does ...

Let’s worry less and live more

  Each day, quarter and year brings with it its own struggles and successes. It is easy in the hustle and bustle of it all to become overwhelmed and start letting your mind get out ahead of you. As a Christian, I often seek scripture as a ...

IMBM salutes family-owned businesses

  The definition of family is changing, and so is the look of what for years has been known as a “traditional family.” Now, “family” transcends the characterization of being born of the same lineage or even the traditional male-fem...

Diversity makes us more dynamic

Imagine if you will a world where everyone looked, thought, lived and worked the exact same way. Sounds pretty boring, doesn’t it? Beyond being yawn inducing, a world in which there are no differences, whether superficial, cultural or intellectu...

HR imperative to companies walking the diversity talk

Donna Brazile, the esteemed political strategist, professor and author, once said, “Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance.” Most savvy human resources professionals would agree with Brazile. Diversity is a ...

Proud to be Hoosier but looking for progress

By Shannon Williams Birthdays have always been fun to celebrate, but Indiana’s 200th birthday is one for the record books! Let’s be honest — being two centuries old is a pretty big deal, and all 6.5 million Hoosiers should be very proud. ...

Balance your life sooner, not later

It is the nature of most working professionals to, well, work. And for many of us, that work comes at a pace that far exceeds the time generally allotted in a traditional workday. Unknowingly, we may oftentimes find ourselves investing more effort ...

Willpower takes entrepreneurs far

By Shannon Williams Experts like psychologist and Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman say the key to entrepreneurship is one’s state of mind. While factors such as the type of business, products and services offered play a significant role in the ...

Claim your wings and soar to new heights

In this issue of Indiana Minority Business Magazine, we focus on Indiana’s proud contributions to the world of aviation and flight. From the state’s premier airport in Indianapolis, to smaller, independent operations, such as Gary, we examine ...

We need more Americans like Bill Mays

By Shannon Williams Sadly, as I and other members of the Indiana Minority Business Magazine staff were finalizing this first issue of 2015, we were given the painful duty of reporting on the death of the publication’s owner and publishers, ...