The Aroma of Your Business | The Smell of Negativity

I’ll never forget the first time I visited a friend of my Mothers during a Thanksgiving Dinner. Mom had already told me that the food was going to be really good and I trusted my Mother’s culinary palette as she was a Texas woman who could throw down in the kitchen. She made the best

Using Yesterday’s Methods Today | Communicating with Your Team

I LOVE ICE!!!  Okay, before the “Don’t use all caps police” come after me get started, let me explain why I chose to use all caps. From 5 years of age until around 15, I was a chronic ice chewer. I mean, it wasn’t just to cool my drinks but it was a must for

A Hard Pill to Swallow

My niece can’t stand taking medicine. I mean she literally has an emotional struggle to bring herself to put the pills in her mouth and swallow. Imagine the “fun” I had babysitting her when she needed to take medicine. It took a long time and a whole lot of finessing to get those pills down

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Awe, the excitement of what would be new yet simultaneously nervous of the unknown. I am referring to a few times when my family relocated to new neighborhoods. We had to be there for each other emotionally and stay encouraged during the process of leaving behind what we loved, became accustomed to and would miss,

Learning and Keeping Proper Form

Track and field is my Sport of Choice. There is nothing like watching it on a large screen TV with family and friends while enjoying chicken wings or cauliflower wings for vegans, cocktails/ mocktails, and desserts.  I love everything about it from the 100 meter race, triple jump, to shot put.  I did it all

Do Hustlers Make Good Bosses? I A Look at Corporate/Organization Leaders

Let’s get one thing straight from the start. I hate the word hustler, as it has come to mean a person who is constantly looking for ways to make a dollar. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with people who are trying to advance, make a living and create opportunities for themselves.  It’s

The Workplace in Turbulent Times

School was supposed to be a place of learning math, science, history, literature, physical education and language arts, but within those classrooms, hallways, cafeterias and libraries, you learned so much more. There, you became aware of the backdrop of people’s lives and the challenges they faced.  Whether it was your best buddy from the fifth

Working with Ms. Davis has been outstanding. She helped us clearly identify the goals and
critical paths to achieving positive outcomes of our projects. Her approach to work can be
described as relentless excellence, which contributed to showcasing our services to our
customers. Her skill at communicating expectations, outlining objectives and goals with clarity,
tactfulness and convincing confidence has been a rare asset to iKatalyst Group.
She has proven over and over again that her commitment to hard work and successful goal
achievement is a mark attributable to her strong integrity and an exemplary character. This
has strategically positioned us to be competitive in our industry.

Samuél Brobbey Jr.
President/CEOPresident/CEO, iKatalyst Group, USA,