Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Charlotte Sophia, Invisible Queen

Queen Charlotte Sophia
As you may know, Queen 
Charlotte Sophia, consort of George III, was a Black woman - a woman of African ancestry.  

Dr. Stephanie Myers from Black Women for Positive Change has recently produced a book, Invisible Queen, about Queen Charlotte Sophia.  You can listen to it below. 

Go here for more Black history links.  

Friday, December 29, 2017

Books to Help You Prosper

Do you want to have more money in the new year?   Better finances?  Better career prospects? If so, what is stopping you?   What is getting in your way?

I can offer you highly effective methods to help you achieve your goals and experience greater prosperity in the coming year – through working just a few minutes every day. Starting NOW. 

For more information, click here to download my ebook Achieving Success.

Are you willing to learn methods that can help you to make major positive changes in your life? If so, download my ebook Achieving Success now. PLUS I have reviewed these books which can help you:

Feel Free to Prosper   Buy it in the U.S.A.   Buy it in the UK 

Switchwords   Buy it in the U.S.A.   Buy it in the UK

Your Quantum Breakthrough Code   Buy it in the U.S.ABuy it in the UK

Go here to read my review.   

Quantum Success  Buy it in the U.S.A. Buy it in the UK

Review coming soon.  

I highly recommend these titles.  But in the end, it's about taking responsibility.  You are responsible for your own success.  So it's up to you!  

Please share these links with your networks, and please leave your comments below.  

Here's to your success! 

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Have More Money in the New Year

We need to build our Black-owned businesses and our Black comunities economically and in every other way - I am sure you are aware of this. 

Positive change begins with self - with the individual.  And when we work together, we are so much stronger.  

I can help you make major positive changes in your life. The time to start is now, today. You can start to change your results now, in this very moment. Take action for just a few minutes every day and you can start to improve your results in any area of your life. 

For more about this, click here to download my FREE ebook, Achieving Success.  It contains my 3-Step Success Formula. 

Also check out this review of What They Don't Want Us to Know

Here's to your success in 2018!  

Monday, October 16, 2017

The Week of Nonviolence 2017

Dr, Stephanie Myers
Listen below to find out: 

What is the background to the Week of Nonviolence?  How did it first come about?  

What are the goals of the Week of Nonviolence?  

What events are being planned for the Week of Nonviolence?  How to get involved?  

How does violence affect Black communities and other communities all over the world?  And what can we do to transform the culture of violence?  

I was joined by Dr. Stephanie Myers, Co-Chair of Black Women for Positive Change. 

The Week of Nonviolence was founded by Black Women for Positive Change in 2014 and is in its fourth year. 

Go here for more about the Week of Nonviolence 2017

Listen below for more.   Please share this with your networks, and please leave your comments below.  Thanks. 

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Rashan Charles's Death

Another Black man, Rashan Charles, has died in suspicious circumstances involving the police  I wish I could say I am even a little surprised.  I really do.  

There was a mostly peaceful protest in Hackney, East London, last night, near where Rashan's death occurred.  But the local community are understandably angry. 

We MUST change this narrative.  And we can.  

What will you share with the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence 2017

See also:  How Violence Affects the Black Community.  

See also:  590 Deaths in Police Custody.  

Friday, May 12, 2017

Children and Knife Crime

Knives Taken from Schoolchildren
Let's talk about solutions.  

In the news today, we learn about the increase in children bringing weapons into school, particularly knives.  

This is in the news now, but it is something I have been very concerned about for some time.  I am particularly concerned about violence within Black communities, but this is something that affects ALL communities.  Listen below for more.  

Click here for my interview with Ike Lasater.  

Click here for more blogs from the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence.  

Click here for blogs about how violence affects Black communities

Click here for Success Strategies for Black People.  

Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Black People Have Higher Student Debt

As Dr. Boyce Watkins has explained, Black people are likely to have morestudent debt than their white counterparts. Students from our communities are more likely to take out student loans, and their student loans tend to be higher.

As I said in my recent blog post, Millennials Will Die in Debt, my ebook Shaking the Money Tree contains proven, effective methods for raising funding for your education. The experts I interviewed in Shaking the Money Tree explain step-by-step how to raise the money you need. One of my interviewees, Derek Hayes, had raised $500,000 for his fellow students at the time I interviewed him – I am sure he has raised much more than that by now.

See also: Say "No" to Student Debt, where you can download my free report. 

Download Shaking the Money Tree today – it can save you thousands.

Here's to your success!