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KIKO DAVIS, THE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN FEMALE BANK OWNER

Kiko Davis is the only black female bank owner in the United States.  This financial magnate has broken grounds in her field. She’s also the founder and president of the Don Davis Legacy Foundation, established in 2016 to perpetuate the legacy building efforts and initiative envisioned and developed by her late husband, Donald Davis.

Here are four attributes to learn from Kiko Davies

You must be courageous

Make courage your superpower. Make fear a tool to conquer adversity and challenges, no matter how insurmountable they seem. The more substantial the obstacle, the stronger you should become.

Don’t be afraid to fail.

Fail as much as you can, because with each failure is a valuable lesson no one could ever teach you. In the lessons, you will gain wisdom, perseverance, and strength. It is rare to meet a successful person who has not failed a couple of times

Embrace your warrior spirit

In each African woman is an innate warrior spirit, which makes it easy to lead and to win. It is known that courage, strength, courage, intelligence and analytical ability are the hallmarks of a great leader, however, a warrior spirit transcends that. An African woman naturally possesses an empathetic and sensitive spirit, they are simply being socialized differently.

Give back no matter how small

To whom much is given, much is required
Giving back is the rent you pay for sitting at the table of success. Just like an apartment, if you don’t pay your rent, you’re evicted so it is when you don’t give back.It is not only the right thing to do, it also empowers you, helping people reach their full potentials adds value to you.



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