Michbelles started out simple: we wanted to start a blog where home-based entrepreneurs could come and share their thoughts about the exciting businesses they’ve started. Soon enough, however, Michbelles quickly grew into an online magazine that focuses on making the corporate and financial world easier to understand and digest by the layperson.

It’s an understatement to say that the nitty-gritty of running a business –whether it’s a small, home-based endeavor or a multi-national behemoth –can be confusing at times. Here at Michbelles, we want everyone to be able to understand corporate jargon and financial terms and concepts easily; you shouldn’t need an MBA from Wharton just to be good at business (although it does help!) or to avoid going bankrupt. In short, we’re trying to take in-depth knowledge and make it easier to understand for all kinds of business owners and entrepreneurs.

Our staff of wonderful and amazing (they made me write that!) writers are from a wide variety of disciplines and backgrounds with a common goal: make business knowledge more accessible. We have writers who have worked in multinational corporations as C-level executives, and we have writers who have just started their own business in their garage. Regardless of where they come from, we at Michbelles all want our readers to have the most comprehensive information they can get about running a business in the modern world.

Our readers are just as varied as our writers, and we’re proud to have audience members from the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and even all the way to Australia, which just goes to show: we all have a shared interest in running our business in the best way possible.

Cindy Aguilera has over 20 years of experience in the corporate world, serving as the Chief Operating Officer for several startups and eventually leading her own startup incubation and investment company in California. Although she’s retired from the corporate life, she still enjoys writing about the ins and outs of the business world. On her off time, she loves to spend time with her husband, their Great Dane, and their 20 grandkids.

Harold Cheng started his online investment business in January of 2020, just a few months before the pandemic shuttered multiple businesses around the world. Luckily, his company remained afloat, and with his resources, was able to support multiple small businesses all around Southeast Asia. When he’s not writing for Michbelles, Harold loves to crochet with his life partner (although neither are great at it!) and speculating on stock market options.

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