As we all know, when it comes to business, men are always the center of attraction as it is generally believed by the society that it is the duty of the man to go into business in other for him to take care of his family, while the wife on the other hand, is handling the domestic activities including cooking and washing of clothes in the home.
According yo him, he said " The first female self-made millionaire was Madame CJ Walker, a black woman. Black women are endowed with business acumen, not just other room acumen! When you are broke, don't think of a man. Think of a business plan."
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