Most of the media often paints all businesses with a single stroke, but in our experience businesses are each unique and so many of them are focused on making the world a better place. We’ve highlighted a few such gems below.
Sean Welch | Local Food Writer
I started my food blog during the early days of the pandemic. I grew up in the DFW and as days passed, I continued to watch as some of my favorite restaurants and those memories of my friends closed down. At first, it was a hobby to keep me occupied during such a slow time, but my focus was always on small businesses and locally owned ones. Surprisingly to me, the page took off. It grew much faster than I ever expected and my focus grew more and more towards the small businesses. Read more>>
Nia Cooks | Hip Hop Artist
Being a Hip Hop Artist is blessing, but being a women of faith takes the cake. Ministering through Christian Hip Hop (CHH) allows me to use my gift to reach the nation. I am able to give life experience’s that no other person would want to talk about. My platform in the CHH community allows me the chance to introduce God to others that may never walk in church. I am a vessel here to bridge the gap. Read more>>
Rah Kalon | Life Coach & Emotional Intelligence Consultant
Rah Kalon Coaching and Consulting helps individuals within our community recognize parts of themselves they have disconnected from in order to heal into an intentional, self-aware, mosaic of themselves. When people can fully face themselves, in all their dimensions of vulnerability and resiliency, they can more easily face others. The self-awareness of one leads to community awareness, and community awareness creates global change because what we experience outside of us is a mirror to what we often struggle with internally. The door is locked from the inside. Read more>>