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Negotiating while Black
I Negotiated major deals, trained thousands of executives, and continuously trained myself over the past 18 years. But so are many people in the world.
The difference is my background. A Black man from the French Caribbean. Raised by a single mother in a “bad” neighborhood of Paris until 18 years old. Who was then accepted to a university in the fanciest part of Paris and ultimately received his MBA from Columbia Business School and works as an executive for a global corporation.
That gives me a unique perspective on challenges people of color face when negotiating.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Greatly appreciating your blog. Brave stuff! May I quote you? “Money is a terrible master, but an amazing servant”Christopher
Love the vulnerability you are sharing in support of a greater cause.Tessa
- Lessons from Narcos on Netflix – Why do they never have enough money?After watching the 4th season of Narcos, it hit me. No, I am not talking about every drug lord ending up dead or in prison. No, I am not referring to the fact that there will be drug lords as long as there is demand. I want to highlight how they always run out of money. How can you run out of money? The Cali cartel made up to $7B per year at the height of their criminal empire.
- Everyone’s guide to investing” I want to create generational wealth; how do I get started?” A simple question. Still, I struggled to give a simple answer to people asking. Until now.
- My inner saboteurs were my most vital allies until they became my enemiesA saboteur is a person who deliberately damages or destroys things. How could a saboteur be a good thing in my life then? It never was a good thing, but some of the impacts were useful earlier in my journey.