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How the Game of Monopoly can Teach your Children about Money!

Teaching children the different concepts of Personal Finance can be a difficult topic of discussion for some adults.   Many adults feel clueless on where to start to make the subject interesting and captivating.  Keeping a child’s attention on the subject can be daunting if the approach is too analytical.  If you want to succeed with introducing children to the topic of personal finance, make the subject fun and exciting by using board games.

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Recognizing African-American Business Professionals

Since tomorrow will be the last day in the month of February for Black History Month.  I wanted to pay homage and respect to twenty African-American business professionals who have paved the way for our present and future.  I have read and studied these business professionals accomplishments and accolades, and my goal is to share their successes with all of you:

1.)                Paul Cuffe

2.)                William Leisdesdorf

3.)                Fredrick Douglass

4.)                Booker T. Washington

5.)                Madame C.J. Walker

6.)                AG Gaston

7.)                Bruce Llewellyn

8.)                Reginald Lewis

9.)                Oprah Winfrey

10.)            Catherine L. Hughes

11.)            Dennis Kimbro

12.)            Earl G. Graves Sr.

13.)            John H. Johnson

14.)            Russell Simmons

15.)            Berry Gordy

16.)            Robert L. Johnson

17.)            Shelia Crump Johnson

18.)            CH James

19.)            David L. Steward

20.)            Percy Miller (Master P)

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If U Think Education is Expensive try Ignorance

If u think education is expensive try ignorance


We’ll the title says enough, if you want to escape financial bondage the first step is to immerse yourself with education.  I listen to people who constantly complain about their situation, I want to invest in real estate, I want to start a business, I want to eliminate debt.  But when you ask these same individuals are they willing to invest in themselves to seek education the answer is always I don’t have time, I have to use my money on something else.  Escaping the shackles that may be holding you back is you, not educating yourself will prevent you from moving forward.  Some education is free and requires no start up costs the library, socializing with other successful entrepreneurs and real estate investors, seminars, webinars, internet and browsing at Barnes & Noble.  Get started today and make a difference with your situation.

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