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The struggle of Bootstraping a business. 

Bootstrapping a business as they call it, can be very difficult at times. Throughout the process a lot of sacrifices have to be made, but it’s all for the greater good. 347 more words

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Roadmap for Life: Everyone has a story to tell

Nearly 3 years ago, a friend of mine called Maureen Worrell decided to write her autobiography. I couldn’t believe it. I had always wanted to write a book – not an autobiography because, quite frankly, my life wasn’t really… 783 more words

100 First Dates

Customer relationships are the “beating of the heart” for your business’ life. What are you doing to make sure these interpersonal transactions are being handled just as well as the monetary transactions that you business performs daily? 971 more words

The Black Business Network

I run a Facebook group called the Black Business Network (BBN). It is a group specifically for the African diaspora – black businesses and black consumers alike. 474 more words

Dallas Summer Fun "Un-Bored" Series: See What's Up This Weekend...

If you’ve been bored in Dallas-Ft. Worth as the Summer of 2015 got underway some days ago, perhaps you haven’t been paying attention to this site! 686 more words

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Forming Co-operatives is a Smart Business Decision

The right kind of Co-op is a boost in spending power, product and inventory management for the small Entrepreneur. Wikipedia defines a Co-op as “an autonomous association of people who voluntarily cooperate for their mutual social, economic, and cultural benefit.”    The operative word is cooperative. 1,647 more words

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