There is excellence in Black business. Shop Kemet is here to shine a much-needed light on that excellence and to honor the people behind it. We not only support Black-owned business, we helpto make it possible. This is how we own the digital block.
Despite the $1.3T contribution the African American community makes to the U.S. economy each year, it still feels like our needs go largely ignored by the majority of traditional retail. Buying products that meet our needs can feel overwhelming and take a lot of time — especially if we have to visit multiple locations to find them. Shop Kemet addresses that challenge by curating culturally relevant products in one convenient online location to introduce our customers to new products, save time, resources and money!
The products and services offered on Shop Kemet represent what Black Excellence is all about. And while we emphasize cultural relevancy in everything we do, we remain welcoming to all because we recognize that what’s good for us is good for others too.
“Black consumers continue to set the pace for early adoption of new and emerging products in the United States and beyond.” Forrester research
Our hair, our skin, our style, our mood…it’s all as special as the people it represents. Shop Kemet is a celebration of everything that makes us the unique people we are. We’re happy to share it with the rest of the world. Welcome to Shop Kemet!
Defaulting to Mindfulness: The Third Person Effect
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- Welsh novelist Sarah Waters sums it up eloquently
- In their classic book, Creativity in Business, based on a popular course they co-taught
- Novelist and screenwriter Steven Pressfield
- A possible off-the-wall idea or solution appears like a blip and disappears without us even realizing
The short answer is yes. According to Kross, when you think of yourself as another person, it allows you give yourself more objective, helpful feedback.
Both of these assumptions, of course, could be entirely false. Self-censoring is firmly rooted in our experiences with mistakes in the past and not the present