My Jamaican background ignites my hunger for great food and even better music.
I love floral arrangements (especially peonies), tea time, and strappy sandals.
"Grant's cousin Emeka is married to a close family friend of mine Ngozi.
I attended a wedding in 2012 with my sister Oby where I got to catch up with Emeka and Ngozi.
When Ngozi found out I was single, she immediately started talking about how Grant & I would be a perfect match," Ral shares. "Neither Grant nor I were eager for the "introduction." But Ngozi & Emeka convinced Grant this would be worth it while my sister Oby convinced me of the same," she says.
Sometimes, I just have to stop and praise the sweet heavens above that I was born during this particular time in history.
The Internet continues to be something I’m deeply grateful for.
Specifically, I appreciate how this miraculous and magical vehicle revolutionizes the way we think, live, learn, work, create and distribute art, connect to each other and the world, and express ourselves on a daily basis.
My friend Peter Diamandis, author of the fantastic book “Right now, a Masai warrior on a mobile phone in the middle of Kenya has better mobile communications than the president did 25 years ago. If present growth rates continue, by the end of 2013, more than 70% of humanity will have access to instantaneous, low-cost communications and information.” One of the most exciting things about technology is how, in many ways, it’s leveled the playing field — especially when it comes to entrepreneurship.
If he’s on a smart phone using Google, he has access to more information than the U. The barriers to entry are lower than they’ve ever been.
And if you don’t know how to do something, you can start to figure it out — largely for free.