Rewarding Success: Part II Beliefs

Submitted by on Thu, 19/04/2012 - 15:03
In the first Part of the Rewarding Success series we discussed attitudes and the effects of a poor attitude. In this post we will examine beliefs which are an acceptance that a statement or that something is true. Our beliefs dictate our attitudes towards people, and subjects; it is what our body acts on because Continue Reading

Rewarding Success: Part I Attitude

Submitted by on Wed, 18/04/2012 - 13:51
It is very difficult to become the thing you despise the most or have negative views of yet many people become the victims of their own thought process. Still, most people want to be successful but they do not realize that success comes from within and it is a product of how you view successful Continue Reading

Not for Profit and for profit Partnerships 2

Submitted by on Thu, 15/03/2012 - 14:30
Continuing with our series on the not for profit for profit partnerships; I find that many people I talk with are amazed by this concept. Many of your credit counseling not for profit agencies are in some way affiliated with a for profit company. It is a relationship that works because helping people is what Continue Reading

Not for profit and for profit Partnerships

Submitted by on Tue, 13/03/2012 - 16:12
The purpose of a not for profit organization is to do good, make an impact, improve a community or communities which can manifest itself in numerous ways. We must realize that everyone is a stakeholder  in the economy and we all have a vested interest in America performing at its finest whether they are a trader, degree or Continue Reading

Women and Poverty

Submitted by on Mon, 12/03/2012 - 19:23
It seems like we were beginning to reduce the poverty rate in the U.S. by the end of the 1990s. Then as the year 2000 came around poverty levels started rising again.  By 1999 the overall poverty rate had dropped to 9.3 percent for all families, 4.9 percent for married couples without children, 11.8 percent Continue Reading

Thinking About African American Leadership

Submitted by on Thu, 08/03/2012 - 18:17
I use to hear my mother tell stories about the role and leadership of pastors in the African American communities. Back in those days it was more grass roots activism and people were able to see exactly what their church leaders were advocating in the community. Today many in the African American community are seeing the affluence’s Continue Reading

Death: the Result of Poor Decision Making

Submitted by on Wed, 07/03/2012 - 18:45
 Yesterday in Orlando Florida poor decision making has resulted in the devastation of three lives; one more devastating than the other two. A young man (Brandon Lee Bradley) and his girl friend (Andria Kerhner) have been accused of gunning down a 30 year sheriff deputy (Barbara Pill) in Brevard County Florida as reported by the Continue Reading

How I Spent my Life

Submitted by on Tue, 06/03/2012 - 22:13
I use to hear an elderly gentleman say “dem young boys acting like there ain’t no God in the world”. It was not until I got older that I really understood exactly what he meant. He was speaking about the mindful attitudes some people develop where they are so consumed with an idea or concept Continue Reading

Small Business Feature/ Design Theory

Submitted by on Tue, 06/03/2012 - 18:38
I had the distinct pleasure of working with Jean Perpillant who is the owner of Design Theory an Internet design and social media design and consulting company. The first thing I noticed about doing business with Jean is the experience itself; he was focused on educating me more than selling to me. Design Theory educated me on Continue Reading

Energy and your Business

Submitted by on Mon, 05/03/2012 - 21:18
How is the price of oil impacting your business? I have heard many say that high oil prices are just another tax on the small business community, the middle class and the poor. CNBC  reports that 23 senators and 45 members of congress are attempting to crack down on speculators. This article will define what Continue Reading