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WITH A CURRENT BUYING POWER OF $1 TRILLION, THE AFRICAN…Continue
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Working from home is easier now and more possible now than ever before. Be apart of Team REAL Freedom and experience life at another level. Check out this awesome link...Detailed World Ventures Presentation…Continue
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Thank's to the internet, we basically live different lives. We shop differently. We communicate differently as a society. Heck, we even play differently. The internet is like an extra sense or body that we rely on to get us through not just our day, but our lives as well.
So the question is, has the internet changed how we conduct business so much that brick & mortar businesses will end up being something of the past, or will the internet slow down in terms of what we can…Continue
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I have a few industry colleagues who feel similar sentiments when it comes to producing and promoting positive media. Having conversations with them lets me know I'm not alone in the struggle. It's like we're raging against the machine, storming the fort, taking the Alamo. I mean, I…Continue
Added by Chanelle Renee on December 31, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Today's Kwanzaa principle is Kuumba or Creativity. The goal is to do as much as we can to leave our community more beautiful than we found it.
That's certainly the goal of the online TV network we're aiming to launch. We'd like to expose creativity in a way that it hasn't…
Added by Chanelle Renee on December 31, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments
The Kwanzaa principle is UJAMAA which means shared wealth. Cooperative economics can help African Americans take physical control of their own destinies by understanding that no one can be totally self sufficient.
That is one of the main principles the online TV network and the BrightGirl Media…Continue
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I've been nominated for a Live Blogging Small Business Influencer and your votes would be greatly appreciated. Vote for me at…Continue
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Fox Business host Eric Bolling apologizes for using ‘language interpreted’ as racist: "White ‘Hizzouse" ‘We did go a bit too far’
Everyone is blogging about everything these days. Topics range from family to business with everything in between. And there is an audience for each and every topic. As cool and fun as blogging is, there are no written rules. This could be good or bad depending on the blog topic, blogger and audience. For business blogs, though, there…Continue
The 4th Training in my Stream Cosmetics Distributor Training series that I conduct with my team of distributors focuses on "Networking For Profit". Networking is important for every entrepreneur. Many feel that you can network 100% online and skip the in-person opportunities. Not so true. While the online relationships may grow from an initial in-person meeting or online connections result in opportunities to meet and work together…Continue
Added by BFHS Network Chief Editor on April 10, 2010 at 2:52pm — No Comments
Two Rules for Business Start-ups
By: Brian Tracy
Entrepreneurship is the art of finding profitable solutions to problems. Every successful entrepreneur, every successful businessperson has been a person who has been able to identify…
More Customer Engagement, Loyalty, in Your Small Business
If your small business has earned a devoted cadre of loyal customers, you can assume they have a vested interest in your ongoing success. They want uninterrupted, easy access to the products or services they love—and, therefore, want your company to thrive. But have you given your customers a way to help out?
"Generic fandom is nice,"…Continue
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