As an entrepreneur, you can create a successful business by identifying an often overlooked niche market and transforming it into an affordable service…
Reflections from Emilie Aries: As a passionate and hard working young entrepreneur, it is easy to become overwhelmed by all of the task you want to achieve. Between daily operations and strategic planning in our businesses, we all risk burnout at every turn.
My advice to young entrepreneurs: Believe in yourself. Believe in your dreams. Be resilient. The world needs entrepreneurs and changemakers like you.
An old cow pasture near Georgetown, Guyana has been given a new life. What used to be an unused piece of land is now home to the Non-Pariel Greenhouse Club. YLAI Network member Romel Putulall started the group in 2016 as a way to engage other local youth and find a way to recycle some … Read More »
“You got to figure out how to deal with failure … You make mistakes and the most important thing, just like in sports, is that you learn from the mistake.”
For those who write, we must take into account who we are writing for, and if we have to condense the news even more, do it without missing the truth.
I’m originally from Haiti and I have been a journalist for seven years. In my field, I am often faced with a natural disaster … Driven by the urgency to get the story out, we need a lot of reassurance from the community.
The only true and real solution to the fake news epidemic our societies are facing is the individual criteria that each of us uses to identify truth from falsehood.
“I quit my job with the intention of creating something that makes me proud.”
I believe good news has a power to change minds to do something to make the world better. Only knowing problems exist is not enough. We need to know the way to cause positive impact, and I know many people in Latin America who are doing it!